Lexur - 7:42 am on May 23, 2013 (gmt 0)
This is a simple trick which will give you a 20/30% more of clicks: get square images for the post you upload to Facebook.
Silly? Let's me explain it.
Facebook adds an image of 155 pixels (width) to your posts. If your image is a rectangle, their software will reduce the height (if it's horizontal) or crop to the top area of the image (if it's vertical).
When you use a square image, you have a 155x155 px thumbnail and, here's the trick, that's near the size of the images uploaded by the people and way more clicked than common links.
Try it for yourself and back here with your results.
Of course, you can feed the Google machine as danielmulder suggests but your site will be pandalized/penguinized (what's next? platypusized?) while Google Inc. earnings and its shares up to the skies.
In my own experience (I've ben circled by more than 4000 users) the click ratio in G+ is simply ridiculous. Most of the 90% are just bloggers and webmasters begging for the salvation and "we do not click anywhere".