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In this course, author Lorrie Thomas Ross teaches you how to use Google+ to effectively promote a business. Discover how to set up an account for a business or client, and add company information, post photos and video, create compelling copy to market products or services, and improve your reach with contacts. Find smart ways to leverage the power of Google+ circles, blogging, and video sharing to make a real and lasting connection with an audience. This course also shows you ways to improve market visibility and open an online dialogue about your business.
So we have talked troubleshooting tips, we have talked about changing and updating your profile, and there's one last way that you can get help with your Google+ for business page, and you don't have to cry SOS, you actually have a whole resource within Google+ that you can take advantage of. So what I'm going to do is show you how to get there. I'm logged in under the Profile which you'll spend most of your time in as you're managing your Google+ page. I'm going to go ahead and hit the Home tab, and do you see this little spoke right here? You can go ahead and go to Help, and that is your access to the Google Support desk and anything that you want to know, Managing your albums, About the +1 button, Google+ Local, things that you can spend time on and things like Troubleshooting Hangouts On the Air, any type of issue you have is lodged under this section.
And in your lynda.com exercise file, we actually include a link, and it's the support.google.com/plus, so if for any reason you forget to go to this little spoke area under Help, you can go to your exercise file that you can print out or save to your Desktop or anywhere in your personal computer and also find the link here.
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