Google+ Is Now Open To Nonprofits


Google+, the search engine company’s new social networking platform, launched earlier this year, but began with only allowing individuals to create profiles and use the network to connect to others in “circles.” Now this week, Google has announced that the platform is now open for business – allowing companies and organizations create pages to promote their business. 
Ahem....that means nonprofits, too.
It’s up to you to decide if your nonprofit should create a Google+ page. The Chronicle of Philanthropy has created a page that shows how some nonprofits have already started to use Google+ for social networking. It's a great place to explore the PAWsibilities of this place for networking and for nuggets of information.
If you do (or will soon...or will sometime in the future) create a page, Alpha Dog Marketing would love to be a part of your circle, and have you join ours. We will be adding partners, colleagues, friends (2 and 4 legged!) and followers to our page, so stop back and see what's going down in the new  to see what’s new. Follow this link to our page and start connecting in a new way.

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