Learn how to add social payments to your website so that visitors can download premium content by tweeting, liking or sharing your page on Google Plus.
Google Plus, or Google+, is a new social networking site from Google where you can share interesting stuff, video chat with friends using Hangouts or connect with brands.
Google Photos is a new Chrome App that will help you quickly upload photos to Google Plus. It can automatically pick the best shots from your photo albums.
Learn a simple workaround that will help you conduct polls and surveys on your Google Plus profiles and business pages.
You can publish blogs posts and RSS feeds to your Twitter, Facebook and Google Plus pages automatically with the help of a popular cross-posting service.
RSS feeds are not available in Google Plus but you can quickly generate feeds for any Google Profile or Page using the Feed+ app for Chrome.
Gogle Plus show how your website is performing in Google search results – it displays how many times your articles appeared in Google results and the clicks.
Google doesn’t offer an API for Google+ thus making it impossible for you to cross-publish status updates to Twitter or Facebook.
Google can now display the author’s name and profile picture in search results next to blog posts / news stories that they may have written. The photo links to their Google Profile page.
Google Analytics can automatically track how visitors are interacting with the Google+ button but third-parties aren’t allowed to track the clicks.
The Share on Google Plus bookmarklet lets you recommend (or +1) pages and you can also share websites among your Google+ circles.
The new profile pages of Google Plus allow cover photos similar to Facebook. And your cover photos can be up to 960 pixels wide.
What is total number of users that are on Google Plus. An updated sitemap file for Google Plus profiles hosted on Google.com reveals that number.
Want to add your Google Profile picture in search results? Learn an easy way to add Google Authorship markup to your website without the rel = author tag.
Google has started including information about the authorâ€™s Google+ circle count in search results.
Facebook, Twitter and Google+ are the most active social sites but which of them would bring you the maximum clicks or highest engagment?