On the day before yesterday, Google launched much awaited Google+ comments, something like Facebook comments. It was also very easy to integrate the Google+ comments to any blogspot based blogs. But, people are dying to integrate this feature to other platforms like WordPress.
Here is a trick to enable the Google+ comments system on WordPress blogs (or literally any type of website):
Add Google+ comments to Genesis Framework:
Copy the following code and paste into your child theme’s functions.php:
The above code will add Google+ comments to your blog just after post comments. If you already have embedded Google+ button or badge, then you are required to include the plusone.js script again.
Just remove the line 12 containing https://apis.google.com/js/plusone.js and you are done!
Add Google+ comments to any WordPress site:
If you have a WordPress site which is not based on Genesis Framework. or want to modify the theme file then copy the codes from line 12 to 30 and paste into comments.php. like below:
It should be noted that this is not official release and you may lose all your comments after the official release. However, the chance of loosing comments is low.
PS: I have removed the plugin link since, it removes all existing comments from the blog.