I know it was mentioned a month or two ago that the new profile would go site-wide, but a heads-up would have been appreciated instead of signing in today and seeing a page that needed to be edited!
I checked the Blog to see if I missed it, but nothing there. I hope the Google+ for authorship is automatically working properly now. I pasted my link in the edit page, but is that all we need to do now or is there more? I don't want to lose my authorship with Google.
by Glenn Stok5 years ago
It's great that HubPages automatically includes rel=author on all our hubs pointing to out profile. But Google gives me an error message stating that my HP profile page has rel=author pointing to itself. This is not...
by Marisa Wright5 years ago
I have to issue a grovelling apology here, I stuffed up mightily. I posted an explanation of how to claim authorship with Google, and made one small but extremely important mistake. For those who followed...
by aa lite4 years ago
This might be a complete co-incidence, but I switched to the new profile a couple of days ago, and today Google is pretending it doesn't know me. Hubs that ranked on the first page for main keyword are not found...
by Ellen4 years ago
Okay, this is why I dreaded the coming changeover -- Google authorship was working just fine under the old format, but the new profile page won't recognize my Google profile URL because I have an old Google member...
by Paul Goodman4 years ago
Looks like Google made another algo change earlier this week. My traffic rose about 25% on my main HP account around this time, so I'm guessing the update was the cause. My traffic is still low by historical...
by Person of Interest4 years ago
Well, this is the day of the site-wide profile page update.So, how is that going?Post your thoughts and experiences here.Having already converted sometime ago, I remain unscathed.
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