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How To Create Title Tags in Google+ Posts

There are many reasons why your dealership should be using Google+.  

Content on the portal is being indexed well in Google search if you have the right strategy in place.

One thing that you may not know is how to create a Title for your Google+ post when it only have ONE open box for content.

The trick is to start your article off with a one line title.  

Then surround the First Line of your post with an asterisk at each end,  

The title of the blog post I created here in Google+ would look like:

*Create Title Tags in Google+*

When you save the post, Google+ will make what is BETWEEN the asterisks the title and use it as the title for search engines result pages.  

This of course makes the Title part of your Google+ SEO strategy so think on the best balance between social and search.

I hope you enjoyed the tip!

Brian 

 

Brian Pasch CEO of PCG

Brian Pasch, CEO

PCG Digital Marketing

 

Joey Abna
Nice, thanks for the info Brian.
Lindsey Auguste
Nice, quick tip, Brian. Thanks!
Bryan Armstrong
O.K. That is just helpful and easy. Thanks!
Tyson Gamblin
Love it Brian, thanks for the quick tip. I am feeling a Brian Quick Tip of the Day every day (if so I am excited!)

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