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You should use data-href="http://example.com" for the +1 button on your site. You've been doing it wrong, so you were collecting +1 for your G+ page instead of your website! Don't worry, I'm sure you can collect +1s again!


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It is possible but its important to note that Google wants data sent and using such methods can break at anytime. I've read about people using this before but again it can break just as many other methods such as Liking on Facebook does often break. <script type="text/javascript"> function loadScript(jssource,thelink) { var jsnode = document....


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Google+ Google+ pages only offer rel="nofollow" links to external web pages, which means that, generally, these links will have no impact on page ranking. You can read about how popular search engines handle this attribute here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nofollow#Interpretation_by_the_individual_search_engines It appears that the main SEO benefit one ...


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A Google+ Page can help you with SEO, but the impact is going to be minimal, if any at all. The Google My Business page is a must for local search. However, they are two different things, as much as Google still tries to pretend they're not. Gone are the days of Google+ being a must have. Back when it was supposed to be Google's little "Facebook killer," ...


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Google pushes most if not all of the Pagerank to the new page when you use a "301 Moved Permanently" redirect. Google has been ambiguous on the "all or most" point in the past. Here is the latest video that Matt Cutts posted answering: What percentage of Pagerank is lost through a 301 redirect?. After that, lots of people were still confused in the ...


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Using g:follow gives more with the "rel" then client:plusone.js, and if the users are allowed to sign in with button class="g-signin" you can go in more details defining onSignInCallback. https://developers.google.com/+/web/people/


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Your +1 links should either refer to the website's top-level domain or the specific page on which it's placed. You should then use the rel="publisher" element or a verification via Webmaster Tools in order to tie-in the relationship between your site and your Google+ page.


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Your og:url tag is currently: <meta property="og:url" content="http://prodct.info/chromebooks/" /> Should it not be the unique URL of the page? Be sure to test any changes with Webmaster's Structured Data Testing Tool Description of og:url: The canonical URL of your object that will be used as its permanent ID in the graph.


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Any user's want to show individual G+ button for different post/pages then they should recommend to use this code: //where to show 1+ button... <g:plusone expr:href="data:post.url" size="medium" annotation="bubble"></g:plusone> and paste this below code before </body> tag: <script> (function() { var po = document....


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The new api requires that you do something like this: <div class="g-plusone" data-href="http://domain.tld/example"></div>


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You can share something via the following URL, as per the documentation: https://plus.google.com/share?url={url} or alternatively https://plusone.google.com/_/+1/confirm?url={url}&title={title} This is the Google+ equivalent to the Facebook and Twitter methods you’ve posted above. Unfortunately, this won’t +1 the link, only share it. I’m not very ...


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