|November 18, 2013|
|Google Gives a Facelift to Google+ Profiles, Reducing the Size!|
|By Navneet Kaushal|
| Starting today, Google will be rolling out a visual refresh to the Google+ cover photos on desktop. The minor change will bring a fresh & refined look to your Google+ profile.
While the size of the cover photo got bigger with earlier updates by the team, the latest roll-out will reduce the size while retaining the 16:9 ratio.
The name, work, and location information that was found spread across the bottom of the cover photo will not appear to the left. It will resemble to the Google+ hovercard that is seen on hovering the cursor on profile or page. The background where profile/page information lies now appears blurred but good. [...]
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| Advocacy happens when customers or employees talk favorably about a brand or defend it without being asked to do so. They just love the brand, what it stands for and how it makes them feel.
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