Hot answers tagged google-plus-1
If the website hasn't provided you a way of adding it's site to your +1 Tabs, you can install this Chrome Extension. It will add the current site you are on to your +1 Tab.
If you want to see posts you’ve +1’d on Google+, check out your Activity log. If you want to see the things you’ve +1’d outside of Google+, you can visit the +1s tab on your Google+ profile. Computer Open Google+. Near the top left corner, click the drop-down arrow > Profile. Under your cover photo, click the +1’s tab. Android ...
Google+ doesn't stream the posts you have +1ed. So you can't retrieve that list. To Google, that +1 tab is for everything you have found around web and recommended. Inside Google+, +1 for the posts are just a feature to show the post owner that you like that post. That's all.
Google +1 is equivalent to the Facebook and Twitter share buttons. When you click +1 on a post, it's the same thing as when you share a link through the other web services. The thing you have to note is that it won't show if you're using the +1 from inside a post on a Google+ Circle. It will show if you click it from a website or Google search. That's the ...
In case you're still interested, I found a way that you can see what you're looking for. In Google+: Hover your mouse over the top left of the screen to open the Google+ main navigation. Select Settings. Scroll down to the Apps and activities section and click Manage apps and activities. Select the Google tab at the top. Click on the Google+ link in the ...
Yes that's possible !! See the below-mentioned formula to do just that. Formula A2 = HYPERLINK("http://www.jacobjantuinstra.nl") =IMPORTXML( "https://plusone.google.com/u/0/_/+1/fastbutton?&count=true&url=" & A2, // URL "//div[@id='aggregateCount']" // xpath_query ) copy / paste ...
You tab until you get to it, then hit the enter key. I just tried it. I like keyboard commands too, but this one is too much.
The Google +1 Button extension disables itself on HTTPS sites that have query params (?foo=bar). Today, we’ve removed functionality from the button when you visit https sites with query parameters. This means the +1 button will be grayed out and be unclickable when you visit sites that (a) start with “https://”, and (b) contain the characters “?” or “;” ...
The Google+ Buttons Policy states: Publishers may not attempt to discover the identity of a Google+ Button user unless the user consents to share his or her identity with the Publisher via a Google-approved authorization procedure. I don't think you can see a list of people that clicked the +1 Button. "Publicly +1 this" means that anyone who can see ...
Go to the data liberation page (your name in the upper right -> Account settings -> Data Liberation). There you have the ability to export all data (you can even choose what data to get).
Download Adblock Plus Add filter ##button.esw Goodbye Google PlusOne icons.
For a non-Chrome solution there is the Google Plus One Bookmarklet which should work in any modern browser.
Install the +1 Plus One Extension for Google Chrome (this extension appears to only need access to your browsing history while others want access to all your data) Open up the site from your bookmarks Click on the +1 icon on the toolbar (you'll find this next to the wrench) Click the +1 button to confirm The +1 of the webpage you're looking at will now ...
According to this WIRED article, +1 Google is investigating wether to consider it as a signal in future updates of the search engine. Google confirmed its plans in an e-mail to Wired.com. “Google will study the clicks on +1 buttons as a signal that influences the ranking and appearance of websites in search results,” a spokesman wrote. “The purpose ...
I've had a great time working with you all in the Webmaster Central forum, but it's time for a small change. As the Google+ platform grows and the +1 button social plugin becomes a more integral part of that Google+ platform, we'll be moving the primary support channel for questions about the +1 button on your site to the general Google+ platform forum. ...
For a list of your +1-ed sites. https://plus.google.com/me/plusones And if you want to get them in a JSON-like format that can be parsed. https://plus.google.com/_/plusone/get?oid=<google-plus-id>
To see all your +1's on Google Plus posts, go to the link given below and click on +1's button: https://plus.google.com/u/0/apps/activities To see all your +1's on external websites, click on +1's tab on your profile page. If it is not visible, then go to Google+ settings and enable the option to show this tab on your profile.
Visit the +1 tab on your profile Click on the big blue Edit button at the top of the page. Check the Show this tab on your profile checkbox Click on the blue Save button below that. +1's will now show on your profile to all users, logged in or not.
I don't think it is possible to determine the identities of the people who gave a Google +1 to a website or URL, whether on your own website or one that you don't control. This wasn't announced until 27 Jun 2012 by Google, a long time after you asked your question! Now Google policy seems quite explicit (emphasis mine): Publishers may not attempt to ...
The +1 tab on your Google+ profile is strictly website URLs you have +1'd. This number includes a variety of things including but not limited to: +1'ing website URL's, +1'ing posts or comments on Google+, as well as liking YouTube comments.
It appears that that information is no longer accessible through a link on Google+ since the recent redesign. In order to view your previous "+1's" through a link, you'll have to go Back to classic G+. You'll find a link in the lower left on the menu, which will take you back to your old-style profile which will show +1's as a menu item. You can also go ...
For Firefox users: Print and follow these steps to turn off/disable/remove Google +1 Buttons from search results with or without AdBlock or AdBlock Plus and without having to create a Google profile: Go to Firefox Profiles folder on your hard drive. To locate your Firefox Profiles in Windows XP, Vista, 7: press: Windows Key+ R Type in: ...
Steps to Enable/ Disable Google +1 Button Goto Google +1 button page Click on Try now button Now you have turned on the google +1 button. If you want to leave or turn off google +1 then goto Page Click on Leave button Source
The +1 button is now (or soon) set to allow for sharing on Google+. Here's a quote from SilconFilter: Starting today [August 24], though, the +1 button will finally become useful. Over the next few days, Google will roll out an updated version of the button that will allow users to use it to share content with their circles on Google+. The button ...
The exclamation mark means most likely the site was unavailable at one point in time. If the +1 button is unavailable or has stopped working, you'll see this image: A +1 button error can occur for a variety of reasons, including the following: Server timeout: Check your Internet connection and try refreshing the page. Suspended profile: ...
By default, I think they show up as part of your profile on Google+. You should see a +1 tab with content that you have +1'd (is that a verb?) There's documentation / marketing material about it here. I believe you can toggle some setting to have your +1s show up to people in your circles.
You can also find your +1 activity in your activity log: https://plus.google.com/apps/activities
No. While it is possible on WordPress powered blogs to see certain information about your posts that were shared using other services e.g. Reddit, Digg, it is not possible with Google Plus posts. Google has a very clear policy (finally!) about this. While you can get certain information from Webmaster in aggregate, Google won't reveal information on ...
Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible