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Why Google +1 is Failing

The black clouds of fiasco have not spared Google post release of their +1 service. The webmasters and end users are not sure about as to what +1 is and what all it can accomplish? It’s Google Buzz like color scheme of +1 makes it all the more confusing offering from Google. Although it was positioned against Facebook for competing against Facebook Likes, Google +1 has proved out to be a great fiasco amongst the one and all. The service is available in the Beta mode marked by poor documentation makes it a low quality solution amongst the already competitive tech market and SEO space.

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It’s been fortnight since the service has been released and similar to Google Buzz the much hyped Day 0 release is going down the drain by the passing moment. Not many are sure about the core benefits of the service at this point in time. The early adopters and spammers are anticipating pushing up their Page ranks with the service. Google +1 will not impact the page rank by any means and it is a solution to popularize content on the web. Perhaps Google wants to clean the web and reward the webmasters who publish unique content via the +1 plug-in and their consistent Panda updates.

In order to test +1 service you need to sign up with Google and participate in their experiment. However, the webmasters who have established sites and network should look to gain from the pre-existing bandwidth of other SEO tools and not rely on +1. Google’s new service has already received -1 from the tech analysts across the globe. There is little to no value for the webmasters who are trying to market their sites in a meaningful manner. Therefore, count your option well and read the reviews of the service online before leveraging from it.

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