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How do we tie our subdomains to our Google profile URL

  1. BaliMermaid profile image61
    BaliMermaidposted 5 years ago

    How do we tie our hubpages subdomain to our google profiles URL to get the full benefit of the authorship rel=author?

    It seems that part of the benefit to be derived from the new subdomain setup is the ability to tie our hub subdomain to our google profiles URL.

    Some other web2 websites, such as Infopirate, have set up the Authorship markup
    as mentioned here below.

    Infopirate now fully supports the Authorship markup rel="me" and rel="author". This will help search engines to recognize that your Infopirate articles and web tips are written by you and not by somebody else.

    Enter the link to your Google profile, i.e.
    https://profiles.google.com/109414474914680471745

    Google Profile:
    https://profiles.google.com/xxxyyxxxx

    How do we tie our hubpages subdomain to our google profiles URL to get the full benefit of the authorship rel=author?

    1. Marisa Wright profile image94
      Marisa Wrightposted 5 years ago in reply to this

      We can't, we have to wait for HubPages to set it up for us, which could take a little time as it's not straightforward, I believe.

  2. Andme26 profile image53
    Andme26posted 5 years ago

    go

    Edit

    About

    right side links ---- click on it and add it .


    I'm having different problem I cant add friend and don't have circles

    1. Marisa Wright profile image94
      Marisa Wrightposted 5 years ago in reply to this

      The problem is that you also need to link back from HubPages to your Google profile, which we can't do yet.

 
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