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Google Developer Timothy Jordan Talks Google+ for SES San Francisco

15 August 2011 BY

This week San Francisco is host to one of the bigger SES Events in the year: SES San Francisco. Again many marketers will gather to absorb information from experts in search and social. You can expect something special from us too.

One of the topics will off course be Google+, how to handle it, how to make it work. And what does it really mean? Searchenginewatch already looked forward to this by doing an interview with Developer Advocate at Google Timothy Jordan, who will be talking about Google+ in San Francisco.

Jordan discusses some interesting elements in the video. For example how Google feels they are not ready for businesses and brands yet and the missing search in Google+. He recommends a “patch-on” solution site search (like for example a search on mentions for State of Search on Google+).

Transcript of the video here.

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