How many of you, fellow Hubbers, are using Google+ to promote your articles?
I do hit the google+ button and I think it does help rankings a bit, but I tend to prefer the other social media facebook, twitter and even pinterest I think have done better for me.
I use Google+ more than any other site. It's easy, convenient and the views are an added bonus. I promote my hubs along with my fellow hubbers.
I post to Google+ occasionally, alifeofdesign. Somewhere, I was reading that it was not "cool" with Google to do it much? Of course I could have misread or misunderstood that. I don't use the Google button here on HP, but post them in my own thread on Google+. I am thinking that we should not promote from the button, our own hubs.
I do, but I cannot really say that it makes a difference in added views for my hubs.
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