Google Brings New Feature To Google+, Makes Easier For You To Link Your Website To Your Google+ Page

Posted on Jun 13 2012 - 7:51am by Editorial Staff

Google loves Google+ a lot and want the same thing from you to do to love it, that is why it keep no stone unturned, the search giant has released a new feature which will helps you link your website to your Google+ page.

Now, what’s the purpose of this, well the time you link your website to your Google+ page, your recent posts will appear in lots of relevant places across Google. By setting up this new feature, which is just a three-way simple process, you will notice that the links to your Google+ page will start showing up in the Knowledge Graph section of Google search results.

Here’s what Google’s Dennis Troper had to say about it:

When you link your website to your Google+ page, your recent posts can appear in lots of relevant places across Google. For example: when users search for your brand, an excerpt from a recent Google+ post may appear to the right of search results.

Today we’re rolling out an improvement that makes the linking process a lot easier for page owners. In fact: you can complete the process in just a few simple steps:

1) Visit your Google+ page, open its profile, and click ‘Edit profile’

2) On the About tab, save your website URL, then click the new button, ‘Link website’

3) Follow the instructions for adding a short line of code to your website’s homepage, then click ‘Test website’

If everything’s set up correctly, you’ll see a confirmation message. Within a day or two, the link between your website and your Google+ page will be active, and a check icon will appear next to your URL on your profile.

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