UPDATED Google+ Template Guide and Post Tips [Small Biz Social Friday]

Google+ Template

11/13/13 UPDATE: Google+ header and profile photo dimensions have changed since we posted this. We’ve updated the template; download the PDF below. 

While Twitter has been all over the news this week, we’ve been studying up on Google+.  A few weeks ago we asked our users which platform they wanted to learn more about and Google+ was a top request….So for our next Small Biz Social Friday series we’ll be looking at how brands can use this important and fast-growing (but not super intuitive) social network.

To help you get started, we created a handy template guide with size requirements for cover and profile photos. And have also included a few tips for how to craft the perfect G+ post. Hat tip to Martin Shervington for the tips; if you want to learn everything there is to know about Google+, check out his blog

Here are some posting tips:

Google+ Template

And here’s the cover image guide: Screen Shot 2013-11-14 at 9.14.15 AM

Download the PDF version of this guide here.  Inside you’ll find a downloadable template you can open in Photoshop to make a cover image for your G+ page.

How have you been using Google+? Any strategies that are working well for you?

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4 Responses to UPDATED Google+ Template Guide and Post Tips [Small Biz Social Friday]
  1. goleng lucky adamu Reply

    Very interesting guide!

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  4. Burst Reply

    nice guide dude

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