Google +1 Goes Global

The +1 button will appear on Google search pages globally

Google +1

Google Feature – Google +1

Google introduced the initial +1 feature only a few months ago and then released the +1 button for websites earlier this month. Now the feature will be available worldwide!

Until now, Google’s +1 button was only available on google.com’s English language search results. But now the +1 button is rolling out globally.

Starting off with the UK, Germany, Japan and France search sites this new feature will be expanding quickly to most other Google search sites soon after.

Google’s Product Marketing Manager, Kari Wilson, announced on Google’s Webmaster Central Blog on June 27, 2011:

+1 around the world
A few months ago we released the +1 button on English search results on google.com. More recently, we’ve made the +1 button available to sites across the web, making it easy for the people who love your content to recommend it on Google search.
Today, +1’s will start appearing on Google search pages globally. We’ll be starting off with sites like google.co.uk, google.de, google.jp and google.fr, then expanding quickly to most other Google search sites soon after.
Read more on Webmaster Central Blog
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