Google Plus One (+1) WordPress plugin launches v1.2

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For those of you who have a website or blog and are looking to integrate Google Plus One (+1), we can reveal WordPress plugin launches v1.2. There are two options for you here; the first is by automatically doing so before or after you have added content, or by manually adding PHP code instead. By doing so manually gives you greater freedom of where you want to add the new button.

The latest WordPress plugin not only allows you to add the new Google +1 button, but also other button options as well, which you can read in more detail on the WordPress website. This latest feature is expected to produce some amazing results for webmasters, and we should expect more sites to integrate the button into their websites, as we have.

We all know how social networking is key to success on the Internet, and although the Google Plus One is a little late to the party, it is still expected to become a popular tool. If you want to make it on the Internet today, then you are going to not only need Google’s help, but the help of your friends and readers who like your site as well.

We have learned that those who now use the Google +1 button have seen improvements in their search results. We have to remember that this will not be the case for all websites, as the reader needs to like what they are reading. It is no good if you have the button on your website, only to offer the reader nothing in the first place – and there are certainly a great number of websites like that on the Internet.

Are you using the new Google +1 button, what results have you seen? Do you think that this new Google feature will take off?

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  • http://socialposer.com/ Collin

    Great information. Thanks! I’d also be interested to know how you added that nifty sidebar on the left side of your blog posts with the tweet, FB, +1 and Share buttons. 

  • http://socialposer.com/ Collin

    Great information. Thanks! I’d also be interested to know how you added that nifty sidebar on the left side of your blog posts with the tweet, FB, +1 and Share buttons.