Would the new Google Plus One button help bring traffic to our articles? Will we be able to add the button soon?
Google Plus button would drive a tremendous amount of traffic yes. Already in Beta for several other advanced features coming out from G+ soon, I am seeing the impact of SEM/SEO and relevant content push from the +1 feature.
I hoping we are able to add it to our sites soon and you can actually use your Google Plus account now to recommend your articles by publishing them.
When users search Google for related content, and if they follow/friend you on G+ they will see in search results your suggestions.
The think the Hubpages staff have address this, I think Jason said we they are waiting until the sub domain changes have all been completed, so we could be seeing the button added very soon.
by Abbyfitz4 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...
by zoey246 years ago
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by Dorsi Diaz6 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...
by Garrett Mickley6 years ago
Have you guys heard about this? I'll post two links, one to the official Google blog and one to Matt Cutt's blog:http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2012/01/ …...
by Emanuel Bucsa5 weeks ago
Hi, hope any of you can help with this question. I used to write and publish articles some time ago and it went well. I don't know if any of you remember Squidoo, but that's where most of my articles were. I used to...
by Paul Edmondson10 months ago
I wanted to share two trends I see in content that are very successful today. The first one is what I call the opposing argument to the search term. Google wants balanced search results. You will often see articles that...
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