New Google +1 Button Signs The Telegraph, The Independent, Last.fm and 16 More

The Google +1 button, which debuted in the United States in March, is going global, as the search-engine giant announced 19 international media partners on its Inside AdSense Blog.

The Google +1 button, which debuted in the United States in March, is going global, as the search-engine giant announced 19 international media partners on its Inside AdSense Blog.

Google added that the +1 button will begin appearing on Google search pages, starting with the United Kingdom, Germany, Japan, and France.

The new partners are: The Telegraph, The Independent, NME, Last.fm, AD.nl, marieclair.co.uk, Telegraaf Media Nederland, El País, Le Nouvel Observateur, Spil Games, sueddeutsche.de, Japan Press Network 47 News, Stayz, Tokyu Hands, TechCrunch Japan, The Australian, Trading Post, Snapdeal.com, and Games2win.

Product manager Nick Radicevic posted on the Inside AdSense Blog:

If you’re a publisher based outside of the United States, and you’ve been waiting to put +1 buttons on your site, now’s a good time to get started. Visit the +1 button tool on Google Webmaster Central, where the +1 button is already available in 44 languages.