Google for past some time has been experimenting of integration of its Google+ button across its products and services. First up, a few days back, I notice a “Plus One” button on a Google AdWords ad — which appear, if your are logged in to your Google+ account.
Google +1 button today rolls out a new feature that show show more relevant content to users. Now, when users hover over a +1 button, they will see recommendations for other great content on your site.
“For example, when I go the the Chrome Web Store and look at +1 recommendations on the …
Google introduces two Google+ gadgets to its Blogger.com blogging platform, the “+1 button and Google+ Badge.”
“Unlike the +1 button that can appear below a post, this gadget is specific to your blog. Displaying it on your blog will allow visitors to endorse your blog and share it with their friends,” posted Bora …
The ubiquitious +1 button is now sporting a fresh coat of paint, following in the footsteps of the new red and white of Google+ icon. Starting today, this update will be visible first to Google+ Platform Preview Group and shortly thereafter will be rolled out to the public, informs Google.
iGoogle today, recevied a few more improvements to look and feel that simplify the page further while offering even more personalization. “We partnered with iStockphoto to bring your favorite Gmail themes to iGoogle – just pop open our theme directory to try them out,” informs Google.
In Google+ new, first Google announced that over a “million websites now use Google+ plugins — like the +1 button and the badge for Pages” — to help visitors connect with their brand and share their content with others.
Second, the company rolled a improvements to these plugins including:
Google in developer preview added more options for integrating the Google+ badge into a website. On November 8, last year, Google+ badges was initially released with only two options: an icon version and a standard badge version. Now, you can now configure a badge with a width that fits your site …
Google in an effort to bring you new ways to grow your blogger.co m based blog and engage with your readers using Google+ today introduced the “+1 counter,” which allows you to quickly scan your dashboard to see which posts are most popular on your blog.
Google+ over the next few days will be rolling out a new ‘opt-in’ feature called “Find My Face,” which will help your friends and other people tag your photos if you are in their pictures, and help you tag them if they have activated Find My Face.
Google Analytics invites social networks and platforms to integrate their activity streams with Google Analytics. “Through these integrations, marketers and publishers will be able to discover off-site engagement, optimize their engagement within each social community, and measure the impact of each social channel and its associated digital investment,” blogged Google Analytics team.