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Google +1

A social component in Google search. If a website has the +1 button, clicking it shares the user's endorsement with friends and contacts whenever they search on Google. 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.
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 4.5 percent, which tops the combined numbers of the Twitter share (2.1 percent) and Twitter instant follow (1.3 percent).
Facebook and Google+1 also display information on R.