Over the next 10 months, Google will phase out of Google+. Google’s decision follows a history of low usage and engagement. Google+ will remain active for enterprise customers who use it to facilitate conversation among co-workers. Now focusing on a “secure corporate social network”, Google+ will roll out new features for that use.
Though Google+ is phasing out, Google My Business has expanded displayed features for businesses such as business description, services, bookings, messaging, and the ability to post as you would have done with Google+. Though similar to Google+ posts, some ways the post feature is different is that it does not show regularly after seven days and it incorporates a call-to-action button.
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We mentioned in our previous post in February that Google would begin marking http sites as “Not Secure”. Yesterday, it became official. Google began showing “Not Secure” to the left of the web address in the URL. Where it previously would have shown: “http://example.com”, it now shows “Not Secure | http://example.com.” This can not only hurt where your website shows up in Google’s search engine results (SEO ranking), but it will also hurt the confidence of visitors to your site when they see that warning.
Google recently announced that beginning in July 2018, Google Chrome will begin to mark sites that have not implemented SSL as “not secure”. Anyone visiting these unsecure sites will see a warning that the site is not secure. You can imagine the negative affect this could have on visitors to your website! Continue reading
Our clients often ask if they should post to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or on their website blog. The short answer is yes. The best way to get your updates or useful information out to as many clients and potential clients as possible is to publish the content as a blog post on your website, then to post the blog post onto your socials media channels. Incorporating your blog with social media drives clicks, improves rankings, and enriches your potential clients with useful information. Continue reading
Everyone at Lineberry Marketing would like to wish you and your family happy holidays! We will be closed December 25th-January 1st and will reopen January 2nd. We are very grateful for each and every one of our employees, clients and vendors. Thank you for making 2017 a great year.
Happy Thanksgiving! We are so grateful for another successful year during which we continued to expand our team and talent to provide innovative marketing and design solutions for our clients. Our company has grown this year including hiring a new employee, implementing internal systems that make our websites more safe & secure and pursuing several industry related certifications that elevate our expertise and service offerings to our clients.
We would like to thank each of you for your business! A special thanks goes out to all those who referred us to their colleagues, friends and family, thank you!
We hope you enjoy the holiday with your loved ones! So our team can enjoy time with theirs, we will be closed on Thursday and Friday for Thanksgiving.
Lineberry Marketing is proud to announce that Jeff, Lizzy and Rebekah each achieved their Google Analytics Certification last week. This certification demonstrates a thorough understanding of how to collect data about your users’ experience on your site, configure and process that data, and create meaningful reports using that data. These reports provide insight as to how we can improve users website experience, increase traffic and generate more leads.