Dental Marketing with Google Plus

By now, you’ve probably heard about Google Plus. But do you really understand it?

In many ways, the social networking service is Google’s answer to Facebook. But Google Plus integrates all of Google’s many services, making it an important tool for businesses looking to raise their online profile.

Watch the video to learn more about Google Plus »

It’s easiest to understand Google+ you see it in action. In this video, Julie Frey walks you through the G+ interface. She’ll show you how you can add her, Jim Du Molin, and The Wealthy Dentist to your circles.

You can get your own Google Plus account (also known as “G+”) with the click of a button. Plus, you can set up a page for your office that includes contact information, location, photos, updates and more.

You’ll also learn about the Google +1 Button. You’ll see this button all over the web – on websites, articles and videos. Anytime you see something you like, just click the +1 button next to it.

There’s a lot going on inside Google Plus, but that’s no reason to be intimidated! Google has worked hard to make it user-friendly.

So climb aboard the Google Plus train! This video will help get you started.

Remember, the name of the game is helping people find your practice online!

Click here to get your own G+ account

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About Jim Du Molin

+Jim Du Molin is a leading Internet marketing expert for dentists in North America. He has helped hundreds of doctors make more money in their practices using his proven Internet marketing techniques.


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