The main difference—based on my experience—between Google+ and other social outposts like Twitter and Facebook is that it organizes people around content first and people second.
In other words, the ability to search through vasts amount of content from all over the world is the starting point with Goolge+. Then you find people talking—with authority—on the subject and you circle them.
What does this mean for you as a blogger? It means that you’ll be way more productive researching the topic you’re writing about and the people who are saying meaningful things about those subjects than if you just went hunting and pecking on Twitter and Facebook for “the cool people”.
How is Google+ helping you as a blogger?
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