This launch represents a huge turning point for Google +, because it adds a social functionality to Google Places, but also to Google Maps… which will probably encourage people to create a Google + Profile and share the experience they have had in any local businesses.
Hotels including restaurants are first concerned but so are small and medium sized hotels… because their presence on Google Maps will redirect hotel guests on their G+ Local page first.
It’s time for hoteliers to optimize their presence on G+ and G+ Local, to do so take a look at the presentation below.
This week, we found it interesting to share with you the Grand Life Hotels applications.
This app enables users to explore New-York City like a local, the best way to make the most of your trip and get back with a real “American” experience.
Download the application here