Although it launched months ago, Google +1 went live in June.
If you are in marketing, you should get a baseline on it. You should understand the +1 ramifications to your paid and natural search.
Here is a great summary from Smart Insights (http://www.smartinsights.com)
My favorite implication mentioned in the article is that Google +1 offers “social proof” to search – analogous to Facebook “likes.”
That’s the question posed by Mark McGuinness in his great post on the fact that all attention is not good attention. Have a read: http://ow.ly/5s3pg (via @markmcguinness)
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