This week I received a call from a Google representative offering me the Google Adwords $100.00 coupon. I have received this offer in the mail and in the past received similar calls from Google or whomever they employ to make them, but this time was different.
Instead of assuming that I was about to unleash a barrage of information on the future of Google to an mere solicitor, I assumed I was talking to the brains, the inner workings, the essential blood of Google itself.
We started talking about the Google Profile and how this is an incredibly powerful tool to leapfrog a business into cyberspace and potentially a real financial future, all based on the dependable, genuine, sincere and real Google Profile.
Google Profile Building
I explained that it was like a school kid trying to start establishing credit so that later it could be used in the business world, so it should be with their Google Profile. What if the Google Profile could be nurtured, massaged, caressed, into a tool that would enable the individual to attach it to their business and automatically gain authority and respect in the Internet and search engines?
I proposed that Google Profiles be used to gain such respect by the owner offering the cyber community useful and honest information, thus gaining credit, over time. Just like in life, it takes time to develop trust, so it should take time for you and your Google Profile to gain trust.
How could you gain trust using your Google Profile?
You could make honest comments as feed back on businesses, post videos worth watching on YouTube, upload pictures of your area of influence and places you have visited. You could start a Google Blog and keep updates on your activities throughout the years and Google Plus websites that you consider of value. All this can be done without Spamming and over time can become a rated system similar to that of Google Pagerank, but instead it encompasses your entire profile on the Internet, regarding Google.
Google Profile Pictures
Another idea I threw out was attaching watermarks to pictures. Google Profile already uses technology to analyze pictures, so my suggestion was that cameras automatically add a signature stamp, a watermark, to all pictures as you click away. The idea is similar to a date-stamp, but a company logo or profile picture could be used instead, which would tie the picture into your Google Profile, where you have previously identified yourself or your logo. Obviously this should be an opt-in, but just image how easy it would be to network all your pictures and possibly videos on the Internet.
We talked for over an hour and I had to hang up and get back to making money off the Internet. We concluded that it was entirely possible that Google could in fact focus on collective community and Google Profile building by community oriented members, and entirely avoid focusing on the negativity of Spam.
Editors note: I just read that this feature, facial recognition, had been released yesterday by Google called ‘Find My Face’. Now when companies like Sony and Motorola offer a facial stamp on pictures in phones, which will automatically attach to your profile, they will have something.