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Google Experiment Lets You Share Results Directly on Google+

19 July 2012 BY

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A new experiment from Google lets you share pages on Google+ directly from the search results. I personally haven’t seen this option yet but Berian Reed, head of search marketing AutoTrader UK spotted the ‘Share on Google +‘  after performing a search.

As you can see in the screenshot below the option is placed to the right after the URL of the search result  where currently the +1 button is placed. After clicking the button you can add your own comment and choose circles before sharing on Google+.

Currently you can not share a page in the search results but you can only +1 it. If Google decides to roll out the new share option it would be a little strange that you can share a page that you haven’t visited yet.

Tabbed sitelinks

Talking about the search results, also recently spotted by Mediaworks online marketing, are new tabbed sitelinks  that Google is currently testing. In the screenshot below you can see that the sitelinks are divided in different categories each containing a couple of links.

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Michel Wester is the owner of the Dutch website WebSonic.nl, started in 2004. WebSonic mainly focuses on news about Google, Twitter, and Facebook. Next to the news the site has a lot of tips for PC users and starting web developers.
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