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Google +1

A social component in Google search. If you like a website that has the +1 button, clicking it will share your endorsement with your friends and contacts whenever they search on Google, and the site is one of the results. Introduced in 2011, Google +1 is similar to the Facebook Like button. See Google+ and Google.
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The option to endorse them via Google+1 is available on their site as well as a link to their Facebook to promote further connection between the client and Super Sound & Security.
It also indexes the members' profiles to all major Internet search engines-Google, Yahoo, and Bing-and to social media networks like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+1, and Pinterest.
Examples include user-friendly developments such as a full history log of all surveys completed, rewards claimed and friends invited through the program, as well as a Facebook sign-up and Google+1 option, allowing members to comment and share pages with their friends.
Some of those issues have to do with its circles, streams, chats and hangouts, and Google+1 to name a few.
Google+1 is more widely used than Twitter's share button with an integration rate of 4.