Wednesday, November 13, 2013

How To Insert Google+ Post On External Websites Use Embedded Posts

If you're a publisher or blogger who wants to insert a Google+ post (written by yourself or others) in one of your articles, you can use embedded posts!

Embedded posts enable you to: 
  • Quote notable individuals or brands on Google+ inline in your article. 
  • Display Google+ posts in a Google+ branded frame identifying the source of the content. 

The post will update if the author of the post edits it.

When your visitors encounter the Google+ embedded post on your site, they can +1, comment, or follow the post author, all without leaving your site.

Embed a post 
  • While viewing the post in Google+, move your cursor over the right corner of a post to reveal a down arrow. 
  • Click the arrow to expand the post options and select "Embed post." 
  • A text box containing HTML/JS code will appear. 
  • Copy the code to your clipboard. 
  • Paste the code in the location of your article where you'd like to display the post. 
Currently, only public Google+ posts are embeddable on external websites.

Source: Google Support

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