The +Google+ Developers blog announced the arrival of embedded posts on Monday. With embedded posts, site owners can now add their public Google+ posts to their web pages. Text, photo, and media posts are all supported, and the embeds are fully interactive, so visitors can +1, comment and follow inline. 

If you’re a site owner and you’d like to embed a post, simply find a public post on Google+, and select ‘Embed post’ from the drop-down menu. Copy the code, add it to your web page, and you’re all set! 

See it in action here on +People StyleWatch: http://goo.gl/UALW5d

Learn more here: http://goo.gl/w73TGn

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i want to sort comments all over posts of g+, that would save me TONS of time: more +1d on top!!!!!!!!
 
Not sure if People Magazine was the most fantastic target demo for this, but I look forward to seeing more websites integrate this. Facebook better move out of the way. 
 
Er, wait…why would I want to do that again?
 
Thanks for sharing our new feature! We're so excited about the warm response it's been receiving :)
 
this is great although I would be curious more of a miniaturized version I could place it on my blog's sidebar. Any hopes for that +Google+ ? Thanks
 
Also It would be useful to embed a public stream of someone or some page. 
 
+Google+ :
@Your post was not shared. Please try again.
Can you please fix this?
Thanks.
 
This is fun for bloggers and website owners! When is something new for normal users?
After two years I still find no real friends on G+
 
I think it's useless... let us know the API, instead!!!
 
G+ needs better formatting to really replace blog engines...
 
yeah sure great but..  ADD FUCKING SHARE LINKS TO VIDEOS!! XDDDD
 
When you gonna let us use some normal profile names? I am sick of 1345645453132131531 for profile name!!! WTF???
 
Still waiting on that read/write API we've all been asking for...
 
Yes! - Google is so good at helping/ encouraging folk progress dynamically..//  - (' ',)
 
How does someone that does not have a google+ account leave a comment? What do they see?
 
I like this feature, but have to agree with +Filip H.F. Slagter that it's important to be able to resize the widget. Maybe I am doing something wrong, but I can' t make the widget fill width and I can't make text flow along it.

The result is just not nice to look at.
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