The search giant’s Google challenges to the Facebook Like button by making available its Google’s +1 button worldwide.
Google introduced the +1 button last month as an effort to increase its presence over the internet. The +1 button is much like the Twitter Tweet button and Facebook Like.
Starting Today, Google’s +1 button will available on Google search pages worldwide, Nick Radicevic, Google Product Manager announced on Google’s AdSense blog.
“We’ll be starting off with sites like google.co.uk, google.de, google.jp and google.fr, then expanding quickly to most other Google search sites soon after.”
Google is also expanding its +1 button rollout on websites around the world. The company announced partnerships with several publications in Europe, India, Japan, New Zealand and Australia, including The Independent, The Telegraph, Last.fm, El Pais, and SnapDeal.
Google says it may use +1 data as a feedback to improve its search results in the future.