Google+ debuted to much fanfare in June 2011 as the search engine giant sought to establish itself as a social media network. Although it has not successfully competed with Facebook in terms of how people use it, G+ has been a viable and useful alternative for businesses, not least because it can create measurable results in your website’s SEO. As all social networks, G+ continues to evolve. Here’s a rundown of some of the most recent changes, and what they might mean for the future of G+.
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