Top 20 Google+ Pages from Social Media Delivered

Brandie Broihier | @Brandienic 

The release of Google+  in 2011 sparked a major topic of discussion in the world of Social Media.  The Google+/Twitter Feud  made headlines recently when Google announced the new "Search Plus Your World" feature.  (See our article about the feud here.)

Buzz continues to grow surrounding the viability of Google+, and while some companies have yet to catch on that Google+ will be more vital than ever in 2012, others are already doing it right.

Social Media Delivered is proud to present the Top 20 Google+ Pages. Circle (that's Google+ for "follow") these pages and let us know what you think.


Mashable The latest in social media, business, tech, entertainment and world news.

What can we say, Mashable rocks Google+.  Consistent content and linkage between platforms, Mashable is doing it right.



Nasa To reach for new heights and reveal the unknown so that what we do and learn will benefit all humankind.

Nasa has been named in the Top 5 Google+ Pages multiple times, and for good reason.  They were an early embracer of Google Social Media and the content of their page is out of this world.



American Heart Association Building healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke.

The American Heart and Stroke Association is using Google+ for Social Good by posting informational health information.  They also offer consistent hangouts to promote prevention and early detection of heart and stroke related diseases.



Expedia Welcome to the official US Google+ Page for Expedia! We're here to make traveling easier for you!

Expedia leveraged the power of linking Social Media platforms by drawing their followers to Google+ by hosting a contest on Twitter.  Their level of interaction with followers is stellar.


The White House Get news, go behind-the-scenes and engage with the Obama administration

Political opinions aside,  the White House made history with their recent hangout with President Obama himself.  Way to embrace the times, D.C.



Pepsi Where there's music, there's Pepsi.

Pepsi has one of the coolest image banners out there.  The company has always been one to embrace pop culture, and Social Media is no different.  


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Android A place for Android fans everywhere to meet, share and get the latest on all things Android.

Aside from cool images and Android-centric how to's, Android uses Google+ to help promote the Google+ features available.  They have also created sub-pages for app developers to gather and share knowledge.



Thomson Reuters Thomson Reuters is the world’s leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals.

Thomson Reuters did an outstanding job linking the company's other Social Media platforms to their Google+ page, and have established a hefty following.



Dell The power to do more.

Dell provides quality images and how-to posts for their products.  Aside from product engagement, they interact with circlers over videos posted from news sites.



RedBull Red Bull Gives Wings to People and Ideas. +1

Red Bull gives you ... one of the best image banners on Google+ and hangouts too.  All that energy must keep them busy.

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The WWE The official home of WWE Superstars and Divas on Google+!

The WWE (one of the big names referenced in the Google+/Twitter Feud) is tying their huge Twitter following to Google+.  They have WWE Superstar pictures from their recent "Must Follow Athlete on Twitter" contest displayed with discussions about the contest.


Time Magazine Breaking news & current events from around the globe.

Time Magazine combines excellent content, good visuals, and engagement with followers to leverage Google+.  Their image banner isn't bad either.



Angry Birds Ca-caw!

One of the biggest games in mobile app history, the people at Angry Birds know how to use Social Media to further the reach of their already insanely popular game.


Amazon Earth's Biggest Selection.

Through frequent and consistent attempts to interact with circlers, Amazon uses Google+ to drive traffic to their well-known site.

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Starbucks Our mission: to inspire and nurture the human spirit – one person, one cup and one neighborhood at a time.

Starbucks not only extends their brand image via Google+, they are one of the few companies who already make use of featured links to bring circlers to their website.

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The Muppets Disney's The Muppets is the #1 Comedy in America!

Just before the release of the new Muppets movie, Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy hosted their very own hangout.  Miss Piggy insisted on being in all the important circles, they say.


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Marvel The House of Ideas and home to the Avengers.

It is no surprise that Marvel is one of the more visually appealing Google+ pages out there.  They frequently post videos and images to spark discussion and buzz about new projects.



The Food Network Official home of the Food Network on Google+.

The Food Network, another early adopter of Google+, uses engagement features to interact with circlers.  They recently partnered with Zagat in a co-hosted hangout.



Carnival Fun For All. All For Fun.

We love Carnival's approach to Social Media and they've extend their mission for fun to Google+.  Their first post makes their intentions clear:  Hi there!  Welcome to our new page.  We love to push the envelope - go where others haven't before.  Our Google+ goal?  Create as fun an experience here as you have on board.


Zagat News, reviews and ratings for thousands of top restaurants worldwide.

Featuring Top Chef hangouts on a regular basis, Zagat provides a quality Google+ page consistent with what we have come to expect from the classy brand.

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