• http://www.tvsinternetmarketing.com/ Travis Van Slooten

    Thanks for the head’s up on this feature. I just tested this here from Minneapolis searching for a total random keyword, “exterior painting tips,” and I was able to replicate this feature. Cool stuff.

    Travis Van Slooten

  • David Johnston

    I made an Android app last year that did the sane thing but from Bing SERPS. It called TwitterBing. ;)

  • http://twitter.com/Nathan_Safran Nathan Safran

    Don’t really see people using this much (you’re not really going to have much reason to share a page on a social network before you click through to it) but it’s another place for Google to tie their social network in…

  • http://www.theclixgroup.com/ Bryan SEO

    I don’t really see the benefits of this.  Why would people want to share something that they haven’t even read?

  • http://www.tylerherrick.com Tyler Herrick

    Perhaps if you read it on some other device, or when you weren’t logged in. I could see myself utilizing this if I found a really good article and they didn’t have integrated sharing within the site.

  • http://twitter.com/LeslieVazquez20 Leslie Vazquez

    a social network before you click through to it) but it’s another place for Google to tie their social network in. http://AlluringWay.blogspot.com

  • robthespy

    Why don’t they just redirect the home page and all searches to G+?

    ;)

  • http://www.theclixgroup.com/ Bryan SEO

    Perhaps 

  • Mark Weaver

    I implemented this years ago, but only the Wayback Machine has it now.  Ahhh server costs

  • Mark Weaver

    Sometimes the results list answers your Search without clicking through.  Sharing that little globule of info can be useful in some contexts, as long as the share highlights the original Search Query and the summary text in context. Sometimes it might be done for a laugh

  • http://twitter.com/azephor azephor

    If you want to share from any page here’s the bookmarklet: http://goo.gl/6VXhj