Google +1 has been in talks among the masses and has creates buzz all over the internet.
Google’s +1 buttons have only been out for about a month, but they are already more common than the tweet button.
During the past some weeks there has been 33% surge in placement for Google’s +1 on the major 10,000 largest sites on the web. +1 buttons are now on 4.4% of those sites, up from 3.6% in June. Meanwhile, Twitter’s plug-ins is displayed on 3.4% of the sites.
Although Google has surpassed the Twitter plug-ins but it still falls far behind Facebook, whose plug-ins, most notably its “Like” button, are on about 20% of the sites front pages.