Twitter Post being indexed and shown on Google is Good, Right? Is this to help Google Plus which is a Ghost Town, right?
So this morning started with having a conversation with another REALTOR about Twitter Post (or Tweets) being indexed and shown on Google. The other REALTOR saw how that could impact his tweets and was very excited.
His excitement turned around suddenly and he started griping about Google Plus. He felt that Twittter was doing this to help Google Plus from being a ghost town any longer. What? He was calling Google Plus a ghost town?
At first I could not understand why he was calling Google Plus a ghost town. But then after looking at his profile and noticing that he had 30 followers and less than 2,000 views, it became very clear to why he thinks Google Plus is a ghost town. He does not post content that people on Google Plus seem worthy enough to view.
I think Google+ is anything but a ghost town. With over a million views and counting I find some useful interaction and benefits for being on Google+ for my real estate business.
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