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Google Feature – Google’s +1 Button for Sites

On May 31, 2011, Twitter has launched the new Follow button that enables visitors to a site to subscribe to their Twitter feeds directly from their sites with a single click. And on June 1, 2011, Google released its +1 Button (pronounced plus one) to the whole web. Both these buttons could be seen on the right sidebar of this blog alongside the Facebook Like button launched just over a year ago.

Google’s feature first rolled out in late March, appearing next to 2 percent of its English language search results and ads in the United States. Now Google has taken the social plunge even further and offers the +1 button to web pages. With the +1 button’s new accessibility, you can +1 a page while you are on it. The +1 button is shorthand for this is pretty cool or you should check this out.

Google’s +1 button allows you to publicly give something your stamp of approval. Your +1’s can help friends, contacts, and others on the web find the best stuff when they search.

Create Google +1 Button

If you’re a webmaster, you can get the +1 button code, and place on the pages where you want your +1 button to appear. I have put it on the right sidebar to recommend my blog, and also on the top social media bar of blog posts so that a visitor may recommend an individual article.

Add +1 to your pages to help your site stand out
+1 buttons let people who love your content recommend it on Google search
Sign in to create your first +1. There are four sizes of the button available: Small (15px), Medium (20px), Standard (24px), Tall (60px). You may or may not include count. Learn more about implementation:
Create a Custom +1 Button
If you want to be strategic and ensure that your pages with the +1 feature reaches SERPs as much as possible, Google has some recommendations on how to make this happen.

How to +1 Something

To +1 something, all you have to do is click the +1 button. When you +1, the +1 button will turn blue, and you’ll see a message box confirming your +1.

How to +1
Confirm and +1

Manage +1’s in Your Profile

In order to +1 things, you first need a public Google profile. Your +1’s will be automatically added to the +1’s tab in your profile and will be viewable across the Web.

The +1’s tab on your Google profile allows you to manage all of your +1’s in one location. For instance, you can delete +1’s for content you no longer wish to recommend.

If you’ve chosen to display your +1’s tab publicly, people who visit your Google profile can see all the items you’ve +1’d. If you’ve chosen to keep your +1’s tab private, only you will be able to see the contents of your +1’s tab.

Manage +1

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For those of you who have already implemented the button, you will need to update the code to the new async snippet, and then you should see an overall improvement in your page load time.
You should only include the +1 JavaScript once, either using the standard way or the asynchronous way.
For the best performance, put the new async snippet right after the last +1 tag.
To generate the new async snippet, use +1 Configuration Tool.
Create a Custom +1 Button
Please, also read:
Google +1 Button Now Faster
The +1 button will now render up to three times faster on your site
Recommend GoldenTwine Blog on Google
Recommend Article: Click +1 that you see on the top Social Media Bar to recommend this article or any other on this blog to your friends and contacts when they search.
Recommend Blog: Click +1 that you see on the right Side Bar to recommend our blog.
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While there may be social aspects to any medium (e.g. links to share an article by email), social media typically refers to those media whose major functions are oriented toward sharing of information, and consequently most of the information on such media are generated by users. Common examples of social media sites are Twitter and Facebook.
Social media marketing is the process of promoting your site or business through social media channels.
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Admin/Author Admin/Author: Subrato Paul, owner of GoldenTwine Informatics founded in April 2003, lives in Kolkata, India. He is a freelance website designer, Internet marketer, social media enthusiast, and blogger. He writes in his blogs and as a guest writer about marketing and social media, eCommerce, website design and development, and his website.
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