Google +1 Analytics & Implementation Screens

May 11, 2011 • 8:15 am | comments (6) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Other Google Topics
 

Google +1At the Google I/O event yesterday, Danny Sullivan captured a preview of the Google +1 Button.

He wrote about it and posted several screen shots at Search Engine Land.

In short, he showed the implementation screens for publishers to generate the button and pick the button layout and size. He also showed several screen shots of how the +1 button is directly integrated into Google Analytics - which is the cool part.

Here are two of the many screen shots Danny shared - to see them all, go to Search Engine Land.

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Comments:

Anuj

05/11/2011 12:37 pm

great implementation. Thanks for sharing the screenshots.

Frugally Savvy

05/11/2011 04:49 pm

I can't wait until Google rolls this out so I can add the button to my website

J.G. Moore

05/12/2011 05:59 pm

Google needs to add this for Facebook Likes and Tweets for this to be useful.

Guest

05/13/2011 09:10 pm

 I dont think it will be integrated within Google Analytics, for now.

IrishWonder

05/13/2011 10:56 pm

Half arsed concept to start with - and half arsed implementation. Google is not a social network, period. No matter how much they try to be one.

Mark Asciak

05/16/2011 07:22 am

 They've never made a secret of wanting to go social but this is more about using social metrics to assist in ranking websites...

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