How do I put the google plus in the hubs along with fb and tw
It should be added automatically after your publish your hub. I will see it on your right hand side of the hub.
Its weird because im sure it was there before they updated the hubpages layout, im not sure its something we can change though
Hubpages decided to remove the Google +1 button from the share options after Google announced in their webmaster blog that it is not as effective as they had hoped for use in their search algorithms. You can see a post about this from HP staff member MickiS at http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/99624#post2133817
Thanks for the information, Glenn. But, one more question: Does that mean sharing your stuff on G+ won't help in google rankings?
Thecrazzykylex, Your ranking would increase based on more G +1 by other people, but not if you +1 your own content. Anyway, we don't have it anymore in hubs and it will soon be removed from Q&A too. Google is cracking down on self-promotion, so
When hubpages did their update they determined that most people who use google+ use a button on their browser to do it so it wasn't worth them leaving it on the hubs.
I recently got in a dispute with another member and the result was that the google+ extension only works for google chrome. So if you don't use chrome it's really difficult to get the browser button.
thank you everybody for your answers,I guess they did away with the google plus.at least for now.
by sonykkid 7 years ago
Anyone using google plus to promote their hubs
by Ryan Buda 8 years ago
How do you get google plus one button on your hubsI see that the google plus button shows up on my profile page but not on any of my hubs. Do I have to do something to get it to show on each hub or is the plus one button not available on individual hubs?
by Dorsi Diaz 9 years ago
I was just wondering....I really don't get this feature yet. I guess it's sort of like "liking" something on Facebook? I know it's supposed to help Google rate our writing. Is it OK to ask readers to click our Google plus sign if they enjoyed the hub?
by Abbyfitz 7 years ago
Hello,I have tried several times to put the google plus into my settings so it sets authorship. I've followed the instructions that several hubbers have written in hubs, and I've still been unsuccessful. Can someone post a Google Plus Authorship for dummies please? lol
by Paul Maplesden 7 years ago
Hi there,I am starting to write hubs on Google Plus, but noticed that there weren't really any categories that they could call home!The closest I could find was Google Buzz, which was discontinued in December 2011.My suggestion would be to add a new category for Google Plus in the following...
by Mike Pugh 8 years ago
Will Hubpages ever move to Facebook or Google Plus?Let us known if you think whether or not hubpages will move its entire network to Facebook, or Google Plus, and also do you think whether it would be a much wiser decision to help us all expand our horizons here, or do you think the possibility of...
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