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Embed Google +1 button without use of JavaScript

Is it possible via some ingenious way to include a Google +1 button within an email?

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marked as duplicate by Eight Days of Malaise, phwd Aug 3 '11 at 5:12

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I don't think this is a duplicate. E-mail is different than trying to embed a link/button on a webpage without JavaScript. Not everyone is using HTML e-mail, and even so, there's only so much one can do with that. – Al E. Aug 3 '11 at 12:58

You might be able to do it by deconstructing the link created by the Google Plus One Bookmarklet but you're looking at a lot hand-crafting plus relying on ctrlq.org to stay around. (Of course, the bookmarklet itself also depends on the latter.)

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