Aug 16, 2011

How to use Google+ Hangouts for Business
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Written by : janlgordon| 0 | Social Media

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You can use Hangouts on Google+ for your business – lots of good ideas on how to do it successfully.

Excerpt:   What are Hangouts?   Most Google+ users know about circles but I’ve come across several users who don’t really know how Hangouts work.

In simple words, Hangouts are a way for people to video chat with users within their various social networks – or circles. Anyone in that circle can decide to join and chat.

Watch this Google video to see hangouts in action.

What’s in it for your Business? The basic idea behind Hangouts is to promote face to face communication. It makes more sense for business users as they can connect with the prospect and existing customers to answer their questions, showcase their products and services etc.

They could also use it to do a video conferencing session with their partners and resellers. The possibilities are endless – networking events, virtual meetings, Affinity development, Ask the Expert are all good candidates for Google+ Hangouts.   http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/8Tyf1i/smedio.com/2011/08/16/how-to-use-google-hangouts-for-business/
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