A VERY Quick Poll: Do You Like Google Plus?

google_plus_logoMyself and other members of the team here at Silverbean have spent a lot of time publishing posts and predictions around Google Plus and it’s importance in the world of SEO. As much as I understand why we should be using Google Plus and the benefits it can bring, I personally am not the biggest fan (shock horror!).

Recently, I’ve had a handful of conversations where the person I’m talking to isn’t much of a fan either and it’s led me to question: does anyone really like Google Plus? Now for one I am certainly not criticising those who do, I’m just interested in some feedback from others in the marketing world.

So today I ask you:

Are you a fan of Google Plus?

I’d really appreciate your feedback using my very quick survey below.

If you’d like to provide reasons for your feedback, please use the comments section at the bottom of the page.

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4 Responses to “A VERY Quick Poll: Do You Like Google Plus?”

  1. We use G+ to get pages cached quicker with our site, I personally use it as I feel forced to as I want to connect with certain people in my industry and thats what they use, where 75% of the time I use Facebook, instagram and twitter, as my everyday social profiles.

  2. Dan T says:

    I really only use Google+ for Blogger because of the exposure it offers on the Google Search Engine. Otherwise, it doesn’t really offer a unique way of communicating via social media or a unique service, other than SEO through Google. I predict that Google+ has some room for growth, Google Analytics is still the king of social media analysis and expanding Adwords to other blog hosting sites seems readily plausible. But, any large moves will probably come with an acquisition like Blogger did.

  3. katyfrazer says:

    Yeah there certainly seems to be a lot of people who are feeling forced to use Google+ because of the SEO benefits, but don’t actually enjoy using it, which seems a little on the unfair side to be honest.

  4. John Ryder says:

    It doesn’t really know what it wants to be. It’s trying to be a bit of everything but doesn’t really do anything better than it’s competitors.

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