The new embeds look exactly like a regular, fully functioning Google+ post and feature all of the usual tools, including the ability to follow the user who wrote the post, +1 a post, add comments and, of course, read them.
Say for example, if you sign in with Google plus to your WordPress account, Google will now highlight your name, picture and link to your Google+ profile when your posts appear in its search results. The company is also working with a variety of other sites, including Examiner WikiHow and About.com to expand this program to other sites and apps that use Google+ sign-in.
With the new embedded posts features, users can grab relevant posts and add them to their website to make a point. The embedded posts supports texts, images or media posts. The feature will be available on the public posts and can be accessed from the drop-down that is on every Google+ post.
It now appears Google+ may be the pivotal key when it comes to Search engine optimization, something long suspected by many observers. Simply having people share posts via Google+ buttons may have enormous effect on how high a webpage ranks in search engine results, so there’s little doubt having embedded Google+ posts will do the same.
Google+ is a great social media service for people to interact with friends and strangers alike. However, much like fellow social media sites Facebook and Twitter, it also serves as a great tool for bloggers and writers.