January 24, 2013: Google+ Why you SHOULD bother!

google-plus1-580-75Yet another social network? Or the world’s (ultimate) social platform? For some small businesses – and larger businesses alike social media and its many social networks is still a scary place. The amazing opportunities of social media have yet to capture the attention of some business owners or those in the C-suites. As a result, social media has yet to become part of a strategic plan to reach consumers, constituents and the public at large.

Even if Facebook and Twitter are not sending shudders down your spine, the thought of dealing with yet another social network may have you running for the hills. That is, our friend, simply fear talking. You might be missing the most essential reason why Google+ is the most powerful and most gratifying social network yet.

If you find Facebook,Twitter and LinkedIn have yet to earn their keep, this presentation will show you how Google+ will ease your fears and how you can easily use it to spark conversation about your business and discover the synergies between being social and being discovered on internet searches.

Learn why you should embrace Google+.  Come to this Social Media Club of Southwest Florida meeting on Thursday, January 24.  Check in and networking begin at 6:00 p.m., with the program from 6:30 to 7:00 p.m. Terry and Kelly O’Hanlon are our gracious hosts at the Reliabilityweb.com facilities at 8991 Daniels Center Drive in South Fort Myers.  Thanks to our hosts, there is no cost to attend the meeting.

Birgit Pauli-Haack

Birgit Pauli-Haack

RSVP here on our Eventbrite registration page!Our presenter will be Birgit Pauli-Haack, co-founder of Relevanza, Inc. and owner of Pauli Systems, LC – both based in Naples.  Birgit has more than 16 years of web development and web community expertise and is active in providing pro bono technology products and services through Naples Free-Net.  She is a frequent presenter on internet topics at conferences worldwide.

If you have questions about Social Media Club or the meeting, contact Gail Lamarche, President at [email protected] or 239-344-1186.