Google+ introduces Embedded Posts and Author attribution
Google‘s social networking platform Google+ introduces public embed posts on their service. With this new feature bloggers can embed any public pots from Google+ to their blog like what they already do in Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
In Top of the right hand of every Google+ post if you click the options menu you can see ‘Embed Post’. You just want to copy and paste the code where ever on your blog or website. Google announced on their official post that “In addition to sites like WordPress and Typepad, many of you (in fact, millions of you) are posting content on Google+. We want to make it easy to expand your audience across the web, so today we’re introducing embedded posts.”
Google+ also introduced author attribution. Google says that “So if you sign in to WordPress.com with Google, for instance, the articles you publish will now be associated with your Google+ profile automatically. Now the author attribution only integrated with WordPress and Typepad.
In last August Facebook introduced Embed posts. This is a smart move from Google+ and seems better than Facebook embeding system.