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Google+ integrates recommendations for mobile sites

Authored by: Sterling Keys — May 13, 2013

Ahead of its I/O, Google has already released a few updates and tid-bits. Live as of today, Google+ and Google Search now work together to suggest content from your mobile site. 

As noted in the preview above with, you can discover new and related articles based on Search Authorship, another recent release from Google that allows authors to link their content to their Google Profile. An unobtrusive pop up from the bottom pops up, letting the user know about relative content and pages and doesn’t  redirect unless the user specifies that they want to.

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A preview of the new recommendation update to mobile sites and Google+ / © Google

These new recommendations can be used whether or not you’re signed into Google+, however, with being signed in, you can view more information in regards to whether the content has been shared within your circles.

To give features a test drive, head on over to any article page on your Android or iOS device. As time goes on, Google is expected to announce more partner companies willing to integrate this option into their mobile site. 

What do you think about this latest addition? Welcome update to discover content or another sneaky way to get more views in on mobile sites? 

Via: Engadget Source: Google

From all the way over on Vancouver Island, Sterling Keys started off his smartphone adventure with an HTC S710 equipped with Windows Mobile and knew there had to be something better. Over the next few years, and countless different operating systems, he has finally found his home on Android.

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