Google+ Now Has Deeper Integration With Google Search
This morning @BerianReed, the head of search marketing at AutoTrader UK, found out some deeper integration of Google+ within Google Search. Reed noticed that some search results have a link that says “Share.” When clicking on Share, it will let you post the link to Google+. The above image was taken from Google UK so it would be hard for U.S. users to recreate the results. Google Product Manager Sean Liu wrote:
This article was written by Amit Chowdhry. You can follow me at @amitchowdhry or on Google+ at +AmitChowdhry
Starting today, we’re rolling out a new experiment to show a Share link in Google search in place of the +1 button, making it easier for you to share a great website with your friends. Now when you click the Share link next to a result, you can add a comment about why you found it useful. You can then choose if you want to share it publicly or just to your Circles and it will post to your Google+ stream, making it easier for you to share directly from the search results page. This will appear for those searching in English.