At the tail-end of last month I was moaning about "image" issues arising from cross-posting HeroPress blog articles to Google+ - the problem being it wouldn't let me include the images associated with the articles.
He discovered that there was some kind of glitch in the "about me" widget (mine used to be down the bottom of the HeroPress front page, in the right hand column).
Apparently, all I needed to do was remove that widget (which, let's be honest, isn't one of the most important ones on the page), save the 'new' layout and Bob's Your Uncle!
So far, it appears to be working okay and I'm back to posting articles that I think people might be interested in over on Google+ (which I'd basically abandoned for the last month, as I believe a good picture sells a story and without a picture to catch the eye it often felt like a waste of effort to post anything into the Google+ avalanche).
My other "technical issue" - about how much of a post is shown in Feedly - was solved by going into the behind-the-scenes pages on Blogger and changing the "Allow Blog Feed" button for HeroPress to "short". Job Done!
I'm still undecided about the integrated Google+ comments panel. I've certainly had a lot of commentators using it since I installed it - and it does spread my "message" out into Google+ land - but I know of at least one of my regular, and valued, commentators who hasn't been able to leave any remarks because she is not a member of Google+.