Google reportedly plans a third-party commenting system

03/27/2012 | · WebProNews (Lexington, Ky.)

Google plans to launch a Google+-powered commenting system for third-party websites, according to comments reportedly made by Google officials at a tech gathering in Saudi Arabia. That might help drum up buzz for Google's social network, but would put the company on a collision course with Facebook, which launched a similar social-commenting system last year. "You can't go anywhere these days without running into a site that is using Facebook's third-party comment platform, and it looks like Google wants in on the action," Nancy Messieh writes.

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