Google announced a couple of new features to their Google+ platform last week, both which should drive up your ‘Google Klout’ reputation, as when you create content and share it online, you want everyone to know that you are the originating author. The first feature is the introduction of embedded posts and the second, automatic author attribution
Starting with embedded Posts
An embedded post is simply the functionality of allowing any other website owner to take your post and embed it into their website (think about embedding a YouTube video its the same principle). The text, photos and videos are all supported so if you publish a really useful piece on your Google+ page then others may use it. All the posts are fully interactive so visitors can +1, comment and follow you inline.
This is a great feature that will enable you to get your messages distributed further online, and its simple to do, simply use the drop down menu on the right hand side of the Google+ post and click on embed post. You will then get the code you need to display the post.
You can see an example embedded post below
Secondly, Google+ have started to integrate Google+ sign in with their authorship program. So if you connect your WordPress.com account with Google, for instance, the articles you publish will now be associated with your Google+ profile automatically.
If you haven’t already started taking part in this then you really need to hop on board, here’s the link to Google to find out how