To considerably rise the number of Google + views one must be do two things:
- Sharing images and using communities.
- Embed a highly shareable image within each post on your blog or website.
- Post the image to G+ with a link back to your post in the description.
- Share the posted image in relevant G+ communities with large audiences.
If you sign-up to a G+ community with a large volume of members, the post you share to the community is shared on the feed of community members. The larger the audience, the larger the impression share, the more “views” your page will receive.
Start Pinterest board where people pin images from our Google Plus page. These images link back to Google Plus page posts. When visitors click on the image pins G+ page views are increased as they are directed to G+ page.
Posting Google Plus images on other social networks, either manually or using something like Friends+Me, can drive traffic to our Google Plus page or profile. NOTE: Be sure you post those images to Google Plus publically or none of this matters.
Anytime posting or sharing something on Google+ and people see it page gets a new “view”. Anytime image goes by in someone’s stream it is a new “view”. When sharing popular images on Google+ and it shows in somebody’s timeline it is a new “view”. Mostly any viewed content in Google+ network counts as a view for Google + page.
Even if a person doesn’t actually click on link but it comes up in their search or they scroll past it because they are in one of Google Circles (like Twitter Lists or Facebook Group), that counts.
Adding relevant people to your circles will result in a majority of the people adding you back. Hashtags also can be a great way to increase exposure even when followers count is low.
Share your posts in Google Communities. The great part of communities is that the community members are passionate and hungry to learn more about the community topic, which means they are eager to +1 content they like and have rich conversations.