[INFOGRAPHIC] Happy 6th Birthday Google Plus!

Google+ 6th Birthday

Do you use Google+? I think it’s a great platform to increase search engine visibility. So I’ve decided to mark Google Plus 6th birthday by sharing a timeline of its evolution. Since it launched in June 2011, Google’s social community has received mixed reviews. However, Google+ has been remarkably effective for Google in driving the unification of the full suite of Google products and services. Personally, I use Google+ to share my blog posts, podcasts and vlogs with relevant community members and to increase my SEO effectively. Benefits of Google+ Google+ content gets indexed immediately and shows up in search

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[SURVEY] Re-Connecting Donegal Diaspora With Home

Donegal Connect

  Campaign to Attract Diaspora to Donegal in 2018 Launched Donegal Association launches survey to explore interest in Donegal Connect, a week-long series of activities to be held next year Take the survey now and have your say on Donegal Connect 2018. The Donegal Association in Dublin in conjunction with Donegal County Council has plans to reconnect the Diaspora with their homeland in 2018. Branded Donegal Connect,  the week-long series of activities is aimed at reconnecting emigrants with their home county on a number of levels.   [WATCH] Interview with Niamh Walsh, Donegal Association in Dublin about Donegal Connect  

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Converting Your Social Media Fans into Voters and Activists

Converting Your Social Media Fans into Voters and Activists

There’s often a noticeable disparity between those who follow political pages on Facebook, Twitter, and other social media sites, and those who actually vote in elections. If you have a lot of social media fans but want to turn them into active participants instead of just passive observers, here are some options you can explore to make this happen.   Calls to Action One proven effective approach, is to tell your fans what you want to do in a straightforward way. People respond to bold statements, it’s just a fact. Don’t just write something in your posts about “it would

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