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Google+ continues to integrate with the web, and soon many will have the social network of the internet behemoth Google plastered across their favourite sites. Just like a Twitter or Facebook post, it’s now possible to embed public Google+ posts on your own website and it’s quite easy. Here is a ferocious example:
The new embeds also allow you to do everything you can when viewing a post on Google+ including the ability to +1 a post, comment on it or even follow the author who wrote it.
It should be noted though that Google+ will require users to embed more code than Twitter or Facebook though, but not by much.
Embedding public Google+ posts on your own website is quite easy:
- Navigate to a public post
- Open the options menu (arrow in top right corner)
- Choose embed post
- Copy and paste the embed code onto your website.