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Add to Circle Widget


Add to Circle Widget is very easy to use, just drag it to a sidebar and enter your Google+ Page ID, select layout style, color scheme and save the widget.

By adding this plugin you can grow your audience on Google+ and generate more recommendations for your site in Google search.

Your users can easily add your Google+ Page to their circles directly from your blog.

Add to Circle Widget, also gives you the option to choose the size and color scheme of Google+ Badge.

NOTE: You need to add the code given below in your header.php before </head>.

<link href="[Google+_Page_ID]" rel="publisher" />


  • Easy to install.
  • Two different layouts.
  • Color Schemes (light, dark)
  • Loads Script Asynchronously


  • Widget in admin sidebar.


Install and Activate

  1. Upload the Add to Circle Widget 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 Add to Circle Widget.
  4. Drag the widget to your sidebar and enter your Google+ Page ID, select layout style, color scheme and save the widget.


How do I use this widget?

You just need to find out the widget named ‘Add to Circle Widget’ on the widget page and then drag it on your sidebar where you can enter your Google+ Page ID, choose layout style and color scheme (light, dark).

How Do I Find Google+ Page ID?

Visit your Google+ page and look at the URL in the address bar it should look something like this:

In this URl the long numerical string is your Google+ Page ID.


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