I just wanted to share with you guys, what i just "discovered", i think it's pretty amazing: Yesterday was the date of the finale episode of The Walking Dead season 3. (It's very popular, as you might already know ) Today: The #1 results on the search "the walking dead season 3 episode 16" (The season final) is a Google+ posts that were published only few hours ago. The spot 2-3 as well. (I'm not sure if it's from the same guy) Similar keyword "the walking dead season 3 episode 1" has 60.500 monthly exact match searches, and 201.000 for October 2012 as the best month) Search: http://www.google.com/webhp#q=the+walking+dead+season+3+episode+16&pws=0&hl=en&gl=US&fp=1 First result: https://plus.google.com/communities/113648017976776800617 (No wonder that it's a SEO tactic.) For this example, it seems like Google values long tail keywords especially high on Google+. Anyone have experience with this method? Though it seems like it won't rank for quite long, it still seems quite effective because of the extreme high short-term popularity (also a bit long term) of the keyword combined with the insane fast 1# ranking.