Google Feature – Google +1 Button
The +1 button on your site allows your users to recommend your site to their friends, potentially bringing in more qualified traffic from Google search. Google have announced two simple updates that will make both the +1 button and the page loading it, faster. One of the factors that affects Google’s ranking of your site is page load time.
Firstly, they have begun to roll out out a set of changes that will make the +1 button render up to three times faster on your site than before. For this you don’t need to do anything.
Google’s Software Engineer, David Byttow, announced on Google’s Webmaster Central Blog on July 26, 2011:
One of the 10 things we hold to be true here at Google is that fast is better than slow. We keep speed in mind in all things that we do, and the +1 button is no exception. Since the button’s launch, we have been hard at work improving its load time. Today, we’re proud to announce two updates that will make both the +1 button and the page loading it, faster.
Read more on Webmaster Central Blog
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
The code without the async snippet looks like this:
The code with the async snippet looks like this:
The code with snippet should be included below the last <g:plusone> tag on your page for best performance.
Google +1 Goes Global
The +1 button will appear on Google search pages globally
Introducing Google +1 Button
Watch a short video to learn more about the +1 button
Put Google +1 Button on Your Site
Make it easy to recommend your pages in Google search
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