What is Google +1 and How is it Different from Facebook’s Like Button?
There is a lot of talk about the Google +1 lately. If you are not sure what that is, here is a comparison between Google +1 and the Facebook “Like” button.
With Facebook, you “Like” a page on a website and Facebook puts it on your profile page. Your friends can look at what you like, but maybe they won’t.
Google’s +1 works a little differently. Google +1 is not related to a social network; it is geared towards Google search, search ads and recommending sites across the web. Google +1 tells your friends that this product, site or ad is something that they should check out. In addition, the Google +1 button will be used to influence “a page’s relevance and ranking” according to the Google Webmaster Central Blog.
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