This morning we are delighted to announce that Hearsay Social now supports Google+ Pages, allowing Hearsay Social customers to effectively manage multiple local business profiles on Google’s social network for the first time.
Since the launch of Google+ Pages last week, our customers have expressed interest in using Google+ and its Circles feature to grow their brands and books, and deepen customer relationships. Customer feedback is critical to driving our platform roadmap, so we jumped on the opportunity to partner with Google+ to fulfill those requests. This morning Google+ announced that Hearsay Social was selected as one of just a handful of industry leaders for the trial API release and partnership.
Our brilliant engineering team has worked diligently to ensure that Hearsay Social’s core product modules are supported in Google+ from day one:
- Hearsay Social Content Publisher for scheduling posts and campaigns across brand and local pages
- Hearsay Social CRM for deepening local customer relationships
- Hearsay Social Compliance Module for FINRA and SEC compliance and infraction monitoring (used by financial services customers)
- Hearsay Social Analytics to roll-up metrics across every brand or local page
When Google+ first rolled out a public beta over the summer, several forward-thinking organizations built company profiles–but these were soon shut down by Google+ because it was not yet ready for non-individual users on its network. Last week the social media-savvy companies returned, but this time their profiles were allowed and encouraged.
Here’s our Hearsay Social Google+ Page:
Be sure to circle us and we’ll return the favor!
From driving brands to embrace local pages, to integrated social media campaigns and customer segmentation through Google+ Circles, we affirm our commitment to keeping your organization at the forefront of social media innovation.
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