More and more, I’m becoming a fan of Google Plus, or Google+ as the logo shows. As Facebook continues to evolve into a commercial space with more ads than status updates and less supportive to those with Facebook business accounts unless you pay to promote your statuses, Google+ is looking more like the better choice for writers and other creative artists. At first, I used it as just another platform to establish as I’m getting my stuff written and ready. So I had created an account a while back. But lately, I’ve been diving in to see how it can be useful for marketing purposes. And you know what? I’m finding myself using my Google+ page more and more, even personally. The Layout –…