Google+ expands author attribution, gets embeds

Google introduces more options for Google authorship, and adds embed codes for Google+ posts

AUTHORSHIP AND EMBEDS. Google is pushing to make Google use even more ubiquitous with two new offerings. Screen shot from Google+

MANILA, Philippines – Google is pushing to make the Google+ a more ubiquitous part of computing life, expanding author attribution on Google searches and introducing post embedding for Google+ posts.

In an announcement post, Google said it was integrating Google+ sign-in features with Google’s authorship program, beginning with integration on and Typepad posts.

If a user signs into those services with his Google account, posts made from that sign in will be associated with that Google+ profile.

Google is also rolling out its own embed code on Google+ posts, allowing users to place public Google+ posts on their sites.

GOOGLE+ EMBEDS. Google+ now allows post embedding. Screen shot from Rappler's Google+ page

Developers who want to take advantage of the new feature can find information on post embedding on this Google for Developers page. –

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