What is __sid=0 in Google+ external links
Google have made some big changes in how you can link in Google+ Pages
One of them is adding #__sid=0 on to the end of some external links.
Does anyone know what __sid=0 means?
Update 21/05/2013: – Google are aware of the #__sid=0 bug in Google+
What is #__sid=0 in Google+
#__sid=0 is a Google+ bug that affects certain websites by tagging #__sid=0 on to the end of URL’s when a link to them is posted in Google+ or the web page is shared on Google+
#__sid=0 currently affects a small number of websites but appears to be growing all the time.
Some big sites that are affected include The Guardian and Fox News
As of 21/05.2013 Google are aware of the #__sid=0 and are looking in to it.
If your website has the #__sid=0 problem please comment below
Note: It is not just __sid=0 that Google is tagging on the end of links, sometimes they use the name of a div id on the web page affected.
Basically if you see a link which has had a # tagged on the end this could be the Google+ bug.