Aug 27, 2013

Top 20 Google+ Communities Your Business Should Join – UpCity
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Google+ continues to grow as users get more and more established on the platform. It’s no surprise that long-time G-plus users appreciate the ability to create, manage, and be a part of specialized social circles. With more than 359 million monthly active users, that is an understatement. However, there have been enough communities released to give rise to the question: what are the best communities to join, especially if I’m a small business owner?

It is difficult to find Google+ communities that contain adequate engagement yet don’t end up labeled as link building directories in the process. Our goal included finding groups more interested in helping new members than attaining the highest number of +1’s. A strong community is not the quantity of content but rather the level of engagement. Moreover, high quality content comes from intelligent discussion and not from building a lot of links.

Although we know what are the best Google Plus Pages to follow and how to become a Google+ expert, we have trouble pinpointing the best communities within which to network and learn from. As a result, we put together this list of the top 20 Google+ communities small business owners should join.

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