Google+ Updates: Embedded Posts, Authorship, Blogger

by Panah on September 10

in Google Plus News

Google+ has received a number of updates in the past couple of days. For starters, you now have the ability to embed Google+ posts (just like what Twitter and Facebook are doing). Just find the post you would like to share on your website, and use the arrow on the upper right hand corner of the post to get the appropriate code.

embed posts

That’s not all though. The Authorship program is expanding too. By partnering with WordPress and Typepad, bloggers on both platforms can now use their Google+ accounts to log on and tie their accounts together faster. Those of you who happen to still use Blogger to run your website are going to be happy to know that Google has enabled auto-sharing for Blogger.

Starting today you can automatically share your blog posts publicly to Google+ — as soon as you publish them, with no additional clicks. And of course: if you’ve enabled Google+ Comments, any replies on Google+ will also appear on your blog.

I wish such a feature was available for WordPress.org sites. But these are all positive moves by Google.


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