Google Buzz is a new way of socializing within Gmail and its already a success with lots of positive and negative buzz in the world. With the increase in the popularity, it has became a great place to share information on the net.
Even many of the bloggers stated that, day by day increasing popularity in Google Buzz will sometime in future make it one of the major traffic source. But when it was launched, bloggers were very disappointed because of the non-availability of Google Buzz buttons to share the posts in the Buzz stream.
Many of them out their got creative and built own Google Buzz buttons, along with a counter showing the number of Buzz shares. All these Buzz buttons was using Google Reader as the backbone to share into Buzz stream. But the main problem was that every owner of the website have to hack the Buzz button according to their websites and also everyone not use Google Reader.
So in this context, Google team yesterday launched their first set of own official Google Buzz buttons, along with a counter showing the number of Buzz shares.
The partners for the launch of Google Buzz buttons include The Washington Post, The Huffington Post, Glamour, YouTube, Blogger, MySpace, GigaOM, PBS Parents, PBS NewsHour, The Next Web, TweetDeck, SocialWok, Disqus, Vinehub, and Buzzzy. Mashable and Techcrunch already updated their sites with new Google Buzz buttons.
These button are also integrated into number of sharing platforms like ShareThis, Meebo, Shareholic, AddThis and AddtoAny. So you can now easily share interesting stuff into your Google Buzz stream if Buzz button is not available independently.
Let’s see how the new set Google Buzz buttons looks like :
To get these buttons for your website, click this link.
There’s also one more button to allow users to follow you on Buzz, click this link to get this for your website.
Direct link to get Google Buzz buttons
So what do you think about launching of Google Buzz buttons, is it early or late entry by Google team?