Google has just added two new features to its social network: automatic author attribution and embedded posts.
These are major because they allow users to increase the visibility of their content very easily. For more information, you can read my article at http://www.examiner.com/article/google-gets-embedded-posts-and-automatic-author-attribution.
My online friend Stephan Hovnanian, who is always on top of things when it comes to Google+, tagged me to let me know that he had come up with a few ideas on using embedded posts. Here is an extract below:
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Articles that talk about examples of Google+ posts can now embed them directly, instead of linking out.
Those of you who write blog round ups can now embed posts directly. A word of caution on page length and readability though, sometimes cutting up your article with lots of embedded IFRAMES and API calls will land you a lousy reading experience, especially on mobile.
Embedded shared circle posts
Share your circle, then embed the post into a blog post so people can see the shared circle post (note: you can’t add the shared circle directly from the embed; clicking “View People” will take you to the G+ post)
Read the rest of the post at https://plus.google.com/105076725141939280120/posts/4uprmfSX4gg