There was lots of drama in Google Plus-land over the past weekend around an article posted in +Forbes listing 5 reasons why Google Plus has died. If you heard this and you're concerned, I encourage you to follow the link below and read +Mark Traphagen analysis and in particular +David Amerland's rebuttal. In my own experience, nothing could be further from the truth and I take an almost perverse delight in seeing article like this as it means that I'll continue to experience a competitive advantage for myself and my clients by using Google Plus for #seo



A Truly Awful Google+ Hatchet Job on Forbes Exposed As some of you know, I’ve…
A Truly Awful Google+ Hatchet Job on Forbes Exposed

As some of you know, I’ve made it my policy for some time now not to waste time responding to the… – Mark Traphagen – Google+

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8 thoughts on ““Google Plus is Dead” says +Forbes

  1. Because I have way too many — way way too many — SEO consultants, search marketing coaches, content marketers, business coaches, life coaches, social media experts, social media consultants, social media gurus, social media coaches, marketing consultants, blah consultant, Google blah, blah coach, social media blah, etc, etc, etc in my stream. It's boring and mostly bullshit.

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