Google announced yesterday that it will begin to integrate and give more prominence to content from Google Plus in its search results pages.
This change, which will affect logged in users, of which there are many, raise some interesting questions, and has several potential implications for SEO.
It will also worry rival social networks. For example, Twitter’s Alex McGillivary called it ‘a bad day for the internet’ in a tweet yesterday:
I’ve been asking search experts for their opinions on the possible consequences of this new move from Google.