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Now that Google+ is open to the world, you might notice that you’re being added to a ton of circles. This is probably because new users are importing their Google contacts and adding them to circles in droves. It might not be the best way to use the service, since a full stream is already tough enough to deal with.
Widget Plus uses the newly available Google+ API to let you share a badge on your website or blog that represents your Google+ identity.
All you have to do is enter your Google+ ID number into Widget Plus, which looks something like:
You can then choose to customize your badge’s header and title, as well as include your latest updates or not. This is going to help spread Google+ even further, especially for avid bloggers and tech enthusiasts. Something super impressive is that you can even choose the language for your badge. Chinese, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish and Swedish are available options.
We should be seeing these widgets pop up all over the place now.
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