Google Integrates Its Daily Deals and Social Network

Google  is making it easier to save and share offers on Google+. 

By adding participating businesses into their Google+ circles, customers will now see Google Offers posts, which can be shared or saved, from those same businesses. Once saved, users can use the Google Offers app or follow the email confirmation to learn how to easily redeem the offer online or in-store.

Currently, the Google+ and Google Offers service is for a select group of brands, including Zagat, Hello Kitty, Art.com, and Nook. 
 
The Google Offers update is one of many announcements the search giant has made this week.

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