Google Plus Post Images: An Interview with Guy Kawasaki

Google Plus Post Images

Google Plus Post Images: An Interview with Guy Kawasaki

Recently Kersten Kloss and I had the pleasure of interviewing Guy Kawasaki on his book “What the Plus – Google + For the Rest Of Us”.

Guy talked about numerous things including Google Plus Post Images.

Here is a transcription from the Google Plus Post Images Video:


And and uh… and it’s beginning interesting in the book you also mentioned you know in photographs a, it’s very important is the subject you’re focusing on and to cut out all that’s all the stuff around and you use you mention also that the you you
post a photo with every single blog post or you try to at least. Explain a little bit about the importance of that and how do you deal with with video in the same situation


Well with video, typically it’s youtube so when you embed the video there is that your first frame, right if people want to look at it in line they don’t want to necessarily click on the youtube link and go to YouTube, they’d rather just watch it there so that’s fine.

I believe that every post should have eye candy and that eye candy is either photo or embedded video because I have noticed that when you regular text you get far fewer shares and comments and plus ones and it’s because most people do what I do, which is post pictures and videos so you know. It’s uh…graphic world and so if you don’t do that you give a lot less interaction

To find out more about What the Plus!: Google+ for the Rest of UsGoogle Plus Post Images Click the link or click on the image below:

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