Secrets of Great Google+ Content – A Video Tip with Matt Siltala of Dream Systems Media
Are you still on the fence about using Google+ for business purposes? It’s time to get off and jump in, advises Matt Siltala, president of Dream Systems Media. He also acknowledges that many businesses worry that they’ll be able to consistently post engaging, professional content that reflects their brand while helping those who’ve added their Google+page to their circles.
The Solution: Turn Presentations into Images
Matt thinks one solution lies in revisiting existing content and collateral you’ve already pushed out to customers and your market via other channels. In particular, existing presentations are a GREAT place to start:
“Something I’ve done to drive traffic and interaction is to turn to any kind of presentations I have and other uploads I may have placed elsewhere,” he explains. “Once I have a presentation in mind, I can make and an image version of it and upload it as an image set right into Google+. You can go through and view these images as if they’re in a PowerPoint presentation. It’s a great way to get interaction and discussions going, and it can drive conversation around specific slides. It’s like Slideshare.net,” he adds, “but is the photo version of that. It’s a great way to add visual content and posts to your business or client’s Google+ Page.”
About Matt: Internet Marketer and Blogger
Matt received his degree in the field of technology in the form of Computer Information Systems. He first started search engine optimization in 1997 before he even knew it had a name. His expertise is across the board with Internet Marketing, but his loves are SEO, reputation management & viral marketing. He has been heavily involved in the Internet marketing world for several years. He is anxious to share his knowledge of Internet marketing with others and help them be successful online. Matt Siltala is the main author of the Dream Systems Media Internet marketing blog: www.dreamsystemsmedia.com/blog. Reach him on Twitter @Matt_Siltala
Published: March 20, 2012 By: