What exactly is the g+1 symbol that appears at the top of hubs? Should you click this on your own Hubs?
The g+1 means that someone has referred your hub to google. The more g+ hits you get, the more people will see what you have been writing.
Thanks for the info ..you explained well ,g+=google plus (new social website by google in an attempt to beat facebook)
In relation to this, the more people that hit that button the higher your Google Ranking will go. That is based on what I have seen happen with my own material.
HubPages just announced yesterday that they are going to drop integration of Google+ on the site when the new layout launches.
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