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@JayBaer Understood Jay, clearly the main hive are on facebook and I appreciate the fact that it's not the obvious thing to do. @mikestenger , SocialGameplan, It's has been a huge gamble to invest time into Google+, but twitter has not taken off in the mainstream in the UK and I had a hunch about G+ so it becoma the core of me strategy and it has so far not let me down. I have seen some incredible engagement that has since made me feel quite comfortable about the sheer power of the SEO side of Google+ which is only going to get better.
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I'm with you on that Jay, small businesses don't have time to do these things. They can't be that active on facebook and this is going to add quite a bit of friction into the mix. I think facebook have shot themselves in the foot here. I am encouraging small business to come out of the woodwork and get onto facebook sometimes, but to add these hurdles is an extra annoyance. The bottom line is, if you are a small business and you only have small amount of time to invest in one social platform then it would be Google+. It's simpler, easier and with it's implications on SEO I'd say it's the winner.