Scoop.it introduces the Google +1 Button

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Expressing yourself, sharing your passions and using curation to build the legitimacy of your expertise are strong pillars of the Scoop.it vision. They are the foundation of this strong idea that the time of curators is coming.

Each time we work on improving the experience of our community, we always keep in mind this constant aim: to augment your visibility as a talented curator.

Therefore, we want to be sure you can share your curation work everywhere and enjoy expressing yourself easily.

The Scoop.it everywhere features were created to:

  • make your curation available on all your social networks in one click
  • make your social life on the web as instinctive as it should be. We are not another tool to maintain. We envision to be the platform that spreads your voice everywhere fast and meaningfully.
  • Be open and let you export your curation to whatever destination you want through our blog platform integration Tumblr, WordPress), our RSS feeds or our embeddable widgets.

You’ve requested it and we’ve listened: so quite logically, it’s time to offer to our users a new opportunity to share  their passion on one other platform, by introducing the Google +1 button.

Wherever there is smart content to share and interest to spread, we will support you. Curators provide more than organized sources: you offer an engagement that we witness everyday on Scoop.it and of which we now measure the quality of through the recent introduction of the Scoop.it Score.
Relevant content, qualitative context and cross-platform sharing sounds to us like the winning combination for being heard, right?

+1 😉

The Scoop.it Team

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Ricardo Vilela
10 years ago

I’m starting use it. Thank you.

Ricardo Vilela
10 years ago

I’m starting use it. Thank you.

Richard
Richard
10 years ago

Did I miss where I can d/l or install this?

Anonymous
Anonymous
10 years ago
Reply to  Richard

Don’t need to install it! If you go to a topic, below each post you have now the Google +1 Button in the toolbar.

Pablo Rodriguez-Bilella
Reply to  Anonymous

I have to say that these days all the G+ buttons have dissapeared from my Scoop.it site. Can you help me?

Anonymous
Anonymous
9 years ago

Hi Pablo, the G+ button is now under the share button:

Kfriery
Kfriery
10 years ago

Doesn’t appear on my posts yet….

PatPro
PatPro
10 years ago
Reply to  Kfriery

It seems you need to use google chrome. I have in Chrome but not in Explorer

Anonymous
Anonymous
10 years ago
Reply to  PatPro

Hi PatPro, the Google +1 Button is displayed below each post, whatever the browser you use, Explorer included.

Anonymous
Anonymous
10 years ago
Reply to  Kfriery

It should be displayed in the toolbar below each post (on the view mode).

Kevin Friery
Kevin Friery
10 years ago
Reply to  Anonymous

Nope.  Using IE7 at work, Safari on my iPad, and neither show the +1 button. 

Video SEO
10 years ago

90 days ago, social media content curation was a foreign term to me. since then, i’ve become a SMCC fan.

Francis Tierney
Francis Tierney
10 years ago

Excellent work, was hoping this would happen 🙂 try using Chrome it shows up for me now @d460781dcb094947a02a3067d2c22c74:disqus

AutistasAngeles333
AutistasAngeles333
10 years ago

Cool txs would like to have a connect to G+ acct too if that’s possible? Please and thank you very much

Ninoblasco
Ninoblasco
10 years ago

Yes, the Ottoman job, congratulations.

planetMitch
planetMitch
10 years ago

Don’t know what is going on with Disqus but I’ve posted this 3 times now and still don’t see it… Ok, to me you’re half way there… I appreciate the +1 – but why isn’t google + now one of my “accounts” that I can connect and post to directly? In order to get an entry over on google+ in your current implementation, I have to post to scoop.it and then click the +1 button to see the ‘share’ link. Too many steps!Please make google+ a connected account so everyone can directly share in my timeline on google+ on the form where I’m “scooping.it” like I… Read more »

Anonymous
Anonymous
10 years ago
Reply to  planetMitch

Yes, you’re right. But the Google+ API is not ready for that. 

The first part that was published is read-only so that we can’t have the same UE than with FB or Twitter.We hope that Google+ will soon publish a write API as well but when we saw they were only releasing the read part, we didn’t feel like keeping our users waiting any longer. So we decided to release this implementation as it enables the sharing to G+. But we’ll come back to that: don’t worry.

Thanks for the feedback!

Guillaume Maurin
10 years ago

Why we couldn’t post anymore on G° like when it starts and just only +1 ?

lelapin
lelapin
10 years ago

is there a problem with cross-posting on LinkedIn? I don’t see any of what I recently scooped reflected there.
Also, regarding Google+: I don’t get the possibility to add a comment anymore (as of today, was working yesterday).

lelapin
lelapin
10 years ago

I don’t seem to get anything but French curation in place of English ones. Can someone have a look and fix this, fast? Thanks.

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9 years ago

Expressing yourself, sharing your passions and using curation to build the legitimacy of your expertise are strong pillars of the Scoop.it vision.

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8 years ago

I’m extremely impressed with your writing skills as well as with the layout on your blog. Is this a paid theme or did you modify it yourself? Either way keep up the excellent quality writing, it’s rare to see a nice blog like this one nowadays..

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Ricardo Vilela
10 years ago

I’m starting use it. Thank you.

Ricardo Vilela
10 years ago

I’m starting use it. Thank you.

Richard
Richard
10 years ago

Did I miss where I can d/l or install this?

scoopit
scoopit
10 years ago
Reply to  Richard

Don’t need to install it! If you go to a topic, below each post you have now the Google +1 Button in the toolbar.

Pablo Rodriguez-Bilella
Reply to  scoopit

I have to say that these days all the G+ buttons have dissapeared from my Scoop.it site. Can you help me?

scoopit
scoopit
9 years ago

Hi Pablo, the G+ button is now under the share button:

Kfriery
Kfriery
10 years ago

Doesn’t appear on my posts yet….

PatPro
PatPro
10 years ago
Reply to  Kfriery

It seems you need to use google chrome. I have in Chrome but not in Explorer

scoopit
scoopit
10 years ago
Reply to  PatPro

Hi PatPro, the Google +1 Button is displayed below each post, whatever the browser you use, Explorer included.

scoopit
scoopit
10 years ago
Reply to  Kfriery

It should be displayed in the toolbar below each post (on the view mode).

Kevin Friery
Kevin Friery
10 years ago
Reply to  scoopit

Nope.  Using IE7 at work, Safari on my iPad, and neither show the +1 button. 

Neil Ferree
10 years ago

90 days ago, social media content curation was a foreign term to me. since then, i’ve become a SMCC fan.

Francis Tierney
Francis Tierney
10 years ago

Excellent work, was hoping this would happen 🙂 try using Chrome it shows up for me now @d460781dcb094947a02a3067d2c22c74:disqus

AutistasAngeles333
AutistasAngeles333
10 years ago

Cool txs would like to have a connect to G+ acct too if that’s possible? Please and thank you very much

Ninoblasco
Ninoblasco
10 years ago

Yes, the Ottoman job, congratulations.

planetMitch
planetMitch
10 years ago

Don’t know what is going on with Disqus but I’ve posted this 3 times now and still don’t see it… Ok, to me you’re half way there… I appreciate the +1 – but why isn’t google + now one of my “accounts” that I can connect and post to directly? In order to get an entry over on google+ in your current implementation, I have to post to scoop.it and then click the +1 button to see the ‘share’ link. Too many steps!Please make google+ a connected account so everyone can directly share in my timeline on google+ on the form where I’m “scooping.it” like I… Read more »

Guillaume Decugis
10 years ago
Reply to  planetMitch

Yes, you’re right. But the Google+ API is not ready for that. 

The first part that was published is read-only so that we can’t have the same UE than with FB or Twitter.We hope that Google+ will soon publish a write API as well but when we saw they were only releasing the read part, we didn’t feel like keeping our users waiting any longer. So we decided to release this implementation as it enables the sharing to G+. But we’ll come back to that: don’t worry.

Thanks for the feedback!

Guillaume Maurin
10 years ago

Why we couldn’t post anymore on G° like when it starts and just only +1 ?

lelapin
lelapin
10 years ago

is there a problem with cross-posting on LinkedIn? I don’t see any of what I recently scooped reflected there.
Also, regarding Google+: I don’t get the possibility to add a comment anymore (as of today, was working yesterday).

scoopit
scoopit
10 years ago
Reply to  lelapin

It seems that we are having issues with the LinkedIn API but don’t worry our engineering team is working on it. We will let you know asap when it is fixed. 

Sorry for the inconvenience.

lelapin
lelapin
10 years ago

I don’t seem to get anything but French curation in place of English ones. Can someone have a look and fix this, fast? Thanks.

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9 years ago

Expressing yourself, sharing your passions and using curation to build the legitimacy of your expertise are strong pillars of the Scoop.it vision.

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8 years ago

I’m extremely impressed with your writing skills as well as with the layout on your blog. Is this a paid theme or did you modify it yourself? Either way keep up the excellent quality writing, it’s rare to see a nice blog like this one nowadays..

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