Google+ Crowdsourcing User Data

Google+ has recently started asking users to complete their profiles similarly to LinkedIn. Now if you think you’re safe by ignoring their incentive, think twice!

Your circles can now supply additional (valuable) data about you to Google through this handy little feature:

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In the screenshot above you can see the link inviting users to enter private notes about their contacts, for example their nickname, email, phone, address and notes:

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Once you save the custom notes they become part of users’ profile, visible only to you… and Google?…

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CLICK! Digital Expo

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Search Engine Optimisation: an introduction and benefits by Dan Petrovic, Dejan SEO Brisbane

  1. Session: 12.15pm-12.35pm
  2. Session: 4.10pm-4.30pm
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 Presentation slides are now available for download: Dejan SEO: Click! Digital Expo

Event Information

Official Website: http://www.clickdigitalexpo.com.au/

Opening Hours: 9-5pm (Doors open 8.30am) Monday 12 November 2012

Location: Sofitel Brisbane Central Hotel, 249 Turbot Street, Brisbane.…

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Google+ Wants Complete Profiles

Google+ has started encouraging users to complete their personal profiles. LinkedIn has been very persistent on profile completeness and have used the percentage bar to motivate users to supply more data. Google+ now uses a similar approach for users who have not yet supplied all the information to their social network.…

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Website UX Session

Last year +Amit Singhal wrote about creating quality websites and great user experience (http://goo.gl/AebUO). This advice is also promoted by Googlers like +John Mueller and +Pierre Far in hangouts and webmaster forums. User experience should be part of everyone’s SEO process and in order to promote this idea, we’ve gathered a panel of unbiased users to give their honest opinion about: www.carzoos.com.au

If you’ve missed the hangout on air you can watch the recorded session here:

We asked hangout participants to give us feedback on user experience, layout, content and overall quality of the Carzoos website.…

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Impact of Follower to Following Ratio on Google+

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The objective of this experiment was to determine whether there is a connection between the ratio of “circled” and “in circles” and page position in internal Google+ search. Often you will find that very popular pages follow only a handful of others and they tend to rank high on Google+ searches.…

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