Google Like – Google +1 binds Search Engines and Social Media Together

By On March 31, 2011 • Search Engine Optimization Comments (0)

Guess what? Google now offers a peer to peer recommendation through their so called Google +1. Now I can say that google is really serious on beating the ass out of the youngest billionaire ever – Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook. They are really treating facebook as a competitor, foe, villain or anything you may want to call an opposing force.

This is the way of Google on getting social. Google +1 is all about your peers recommending something, recommendation when you want them. And it is available on different verticals, a

webpage, a listing, a recipe, a local business, a Google search result and even on Ads (I’m wondering how PPC big payers would react?).

This is personalization (not the instant) and I believe that this will shaken up Search Engines as a whole.

All you need is to put up your Google public profile and there! You can +1 everytime you see this

button appear on the side of what you are looking at. This will give you a similar feel on Facebook like. But Google has their own brand of saying it. +1, +1 , +1 that’s it. You can now recommend to your friends or anybody in your community without copy pasting the link on facebook. You’ll just have to +1 +1 anything online.

Share your online browsing experience to them through you public profile in google and enjoy browsing together with them.

This is one step ahead against facebook or any search engine optimization. What I heard is that this is only available on Google english and soon to be applicable on all countries that have google.,,, au, tk, etc.


Jayson Bagio is the lead strategist of SEOteky. A digital marketing team from Manila, Ph who specializes in content marketing and link building. Get in touch with him using the contact form on the side or by visiting the about page. You can also follow him on twitter & google+.

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