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6 Ways to Use Google Hangouts for Your Business

Do you use Google+ Hangouts?
Interested in ways to use them for your business?
Google+ Hangouts are a great way to hold group meetings, interact with customers, interview people and share your expertise.

In this article you’ll discover 6 ways to use Google Hangouts for your business.

#1: Upgrade Conference Calls

Want to feel more connected to remote employees, contractors, vendors and others you work with outside of your office? If you have fewer than 10 people in attendance, upgrade your conference calls from voice to video with Google+ Video Hangouts. This will increase everyone’s engagement in the meeting, as you’ll be able to see attendees’ facial expressions and gestures.

#2: Host a Q&A Session

Want to turn hangouts into an opportunity to interact with your audience? Host informative Q&A sessions with people in your business or industry leaders.

#3: Interview Industry Leaders

Video interviews make great content, and they’re easy to create with Google+ Hangouts.

#4: Enhance Job Recruitment

Is your business hiring? Don’t just post a job listing. Hold a hangout on air session for potential applicants letting them know more about your opportunity, how to apply, tips for applying and insights into the job they would be doing.

#5: Launch a Product

Launching a new product? Use Google+ Hangouts on Air to host a live product launch party.

#6: Hold User-Group Meetings

Want to virtually bring together users of a specific technology or tool? Hold a weekly or monthly user-group meeting.
























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