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10 Quick Facts About Google+

On January 19th, Google+ hit 90 million users. So a little focus on that platform is probably needed this week as mostly I have talked about Facebook.

I really could not make the points that the title indicates any clearer, so am sharing a page from a great paper from HubSpot – How to Use Google+ for Business.

From Hubspot

3 Responses to “10 Quick Facts About Google+”

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