Whenever a user publicly shares a link on Google+, an annotation will show up under that link when it appears in a friend’s search results.
For example, if I share a Mashable article about Google+ eliminating pseudonyms publicly on my Google+ page, users who have added me to their circles will see a note that I shared that link if they stumble upon it in Google Search.
- Silicon Alley Insider: Google+ Is Expanding Throughout Google Like An Octopus (GOOG) (businessinsider.com)
- Better Search Results for All: Google’s Panda Update Goes Global (siliconfilter.com)
- Google Brings Public Plus Posts to the SERP (searchenginejournal.com)
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