Google +1 Button - What is means for your website for SEO

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As many of you have already noticed, Google recently made Google +1 available for site owners to use on their website. One a user clicks the button, a link to the content appears under the +1's tab on the user's Google Profile. The Google +1 button will be seen in the Android Market, Blogger blogs, Product Search, and YouTube in addition to Google search. Here are few important things you should know about the Google +1 button

1.  Google calls the +1 button "shorthand for 'this is pretty cool' or 'you should check this out'.

2. The +1 button will influence search rankings. As per Google's David Byttow,: "We'll also start to look at +1's as one of the many signals we use to determine a page's relevance and ranking, including social signals from other services. For +1's, as with any new ranking signal, we'll be starting carefully and learning how those signals affect search quality over time." 

3. Google may re-crawl pages with the button, and store the page title and other content, in response to a +1 button click.

4. The page will display aggregate number of people who +1'd the page when you are signed in gmail account.  

5. According to Google, visitors will see "more, and better qualified traffic coming from Google" as you can see recommendations from friends and contacts beneath search results.  Are you looking for website designer Gurgaon or SEO Gurgaon services? GetPromoted Gurgaon is an expert in online marketing. 

6.  Many experts feel that Google Buzz and Google +1 button will soon be merged.  

7. The button is customizable. The API documentation can be found here: Multiple buttons can be placed on a single page. Google suggests +1 button most effective for placement around your content, above the fold, near the page title and close to sharing links. 
Don’t spam from single machines - Google has strict policies, this is from Google terms and conditions:
“Publishers may not sell or transmit to others any data about a user related to the user's use of the +1 Button. For the avoidance of doubt, this prohibition includes, but is not limited to, any use of pixels, cookies, or other methods to recognize users' clicks on the +1 Button, the data of which is then disclosed, sold, or otherwise shared with other parties. Publishers may not attempt to discover the identity of a +1 Button user unless the user consents to share his or her identity with the Publisher via a Google-approved authorization procedure. This prohibition includes identifying users by correlating +1 Button reporting data from Google with Publisher data.
Publishers may not alter or obfuscate the +1 Button, and Publishers may not associate the +1 Button with advertising content, such as putting the +1 Button on or adjacent to an ad, unless authorized to do so by Google.
Publishers may not direct users to click the +1 Button for purposes of misleading users. Publishers should not promote prizes, monies, or monetary equivalents in exchange for +1 Button clicks. For the avoidance of doubt, Publishers can direct users to the +1 Button to enable content and functionality for users and their social connections. When Publishers direct users to the +1 Button, the +1 action must be related to the Publishers' content and the content or functionality must be available for both the visitor and their social connections.
Google may analyze Publishers' use of the +1 Button, including to ensure Publishers' compliance with these policies and to facilitate Google's development of the +1 Button. By using the +1 Button, Publishers give Google permission to utilize an automated software program (often called a "web crawler") to retrieve and analyze websites associated with the +1 Button.”-with inputs from Google and others sites. 
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