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Share Your Post to Google+ with New Blogger Setting

Share Your Post to Google+ with New Blogger Setting

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Google is doing everything it can so you can connect both your Blogger and Google+.  Since Google is going for a head-to-head battle with Facebook, the company aims to integrate all their products with their own social media networking site Google+. One of the things Google has made is an update on the Google+ tab to Blogger, an extra feature they launched last year.

The goal for this feature is to share your posts to Google+ once you’ve already published your posts. The latest update is that you can now save time by having the post automatically shared once you hit the publish button.

Paul Crowe of Spice Up Your Blog shows you this cool tutorial so you can connect both together.

Simply click Google+ from the menu of your Blogger blog to turn on the new Blogger option. If your site is not yet connected to your Google+ account, you have to connect them first. After you’ve connected both, you will now see this option to automatically share the post or you can continue with the current option to share with prompt.

If you’ve seen these choices: Automatically share after posting, Prompt to share after posting and use Google+ comments on this blog, simply enable or check the first one (Automatically share after posting).

To understand more about this feature, check out Crowe’s post on what the new Google+ tab means so you can connect both your Blogger and Google+ via this link .

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