preguntado el 28 de agosto de 11 a las 02:08
Google now supports sharing via a static URL:
More information there: https://developers.google.com/+/plugins/share/#sharelink
There is a feature request you can comment on to show your support: https://code.google.com/p/google-plus-platform/issues/detail?id=50
But I have a nice solution for you that I found a few days ago on the web. It helps the visitors of your website to keep their privacy and not to be tracked by Google in an unwanted way, when you put the +1 button on your website.
Implement the Google +1 button data privacy safe
Eddy Freddy's answer is an elegant trick, but it doesn't address the question asked.
It's workable to make a simple static link to post to twitter. Before it actually posts the tweet, you're landed on a page where you're given the opportunity to edit and approve the message as a logged in user first, so what we're looking for is a Google +1 equivalent of this functionality.
It would not be unreasonable to implement this yourself. Add a +1 static link to a page of your own creation that is in an environment where you can run JS etc, and thus the user can be a logged in google user at the time, at which point a second click can confirm the post. This approach only really applies to email clients though - if you're blocked for other reasons (e.g. some security policy that bans JS everywhere), you're still stuffed.
Pretty much the same thing applies to Facebook Like buttons as they behave the same way and impose the same requirements. Twitter seems to be the only site that's thought about this and provides an official JS-free mechanism.
There's no way around the two-click requirement as without it anyone would be able to post as anyone else, which would be silly.