In light of Paul E. response to a question in another thread;
I’ve been a bit nerves about the strength of my authorship now that Google seems to be placing more value on it as a means of ranking content.
I have followed Glenn Stoks advice on how to improve your Google Authorship:
http://glennstok.hubpages.com/hub/compl … directions
And jacharless advice on creating a facebook brand:
Any additional ideas which can improve my authorship/credential roots in the eyes of Google?
I've been researching this myself and came across a very helpful article that sets out a lot of the things we can do:
http://www.quicksprout.com/2012/06/18/a … -cheating/
Thanks for posting these links. They are helpful. As a new Hubber, I fink there is a lot to learn to be successful.
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