Personally, I don't mind being in social search results. If I make a post public, I expect Google to do what it does best, count it! If I see results with friends or conenctions I am more likely to read that content vs the other results, regardless if those results are top content.
As a photographer, seeing images show up in photo search is an excellent experience! I have already found some of my images being used that had no attribution or have been added to some sites based on the creative commons settings on Flickr. That almost got me fired up to yell at someone, however, I thought of the possibilities of what that could mean if I make the right choices in sharing images on Google+ and Flickr.
do you care that you show up in social search results if the content you shared is set to "public?"
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