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Google Add to Circle


To use the Google Add to Circle just drag it to a sidebar and enter your Google+ Page url.

This plugin generates a widget badge on your wordpress blog, that let the users to add your Google+ Page to their circle directly from your website.

It has a badge customization, through which you may control the look of the widget/badge.

This plugin will definitely help you to increase your fan base and followers on Google. Check out the screenshots.

You need to add the following code to your header.php file in the <head> section:

<link href="<YOUR_GOOGLE+_PAGE_URL_HERE>" rel="publisher" /><script type="text/javascript" src=""></script>

Replace the <YOUR_GOOGLE+_PAGE_URL_HERE> with your Google+ page url and save the file.


  • The plugin admin in widget sidebar.
  • Add to circle Standard Badge.
  • Add to circle Small Badge
  • Add to circle on hover on standard badge.
  • Add to circle on hover on small badge.


Install and Activate

  1. Upload the Google Add to Circle plugin to the plugins directory wp-content/plugins/.
  2. Activate the plugin from Plugins menu in wordpress.
  3. Go to Appearance -> Widgets and find out the widget named Google Add to Circle.
  4. Drag the widget to your sidebar and provide the details and save the widget.


How do I use this widget?

You just need to find out the widget named Google Add to Circle on the widget page and then drag it on your sidebar where you fill it suits.

Then fill your details such as your Google profile url and save the widget. Now go to your website and look for the Subscribe Box.


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