To prepare for AuthorRank by claiming authorship for my content with Google I am unable to have a single name of ptosis with Google + and the name MUST match the Google+ in order to claim authorship.
I believe that this is the major problem with Hubpages is the inability to keep up with the changes of Google that says, "link content you publish on a specific domain (such as www.wired.com) to yourGoogle+ profile."
You can include your real name on your profile, in addition to your HubPages user name. Just add it on the profile edit page.
On my home page - OK. But I got around all that yesterday - I figured out how to make sure my name on google+ authorship is recognized by adding the domain (my hubpage homepage) to the contributor list.
I know that you wanted to change your name for different reasons. But, I really would like to have the ability to change my Hubpages user name to my real name. When I first signed up, years ago, I was just having fun and now that I have actually made a place here I would like my real name to be used instead of some stupid user name.
by Paul Goodman 6 years ago
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by aa lite 6 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 in the first 10 pages. Even more worrying, I can't find them in Google even...
by Cliff Mendrez 5 years ago
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by David Stillwell 7 years ago
Which reader is better; A Google Reader or a Hubpage Reader?Recently I have felt the need to look outside of hubpages for readership...thus, embracing Google through keyword usage. The happy result is an increase in Google views; but this brings me to my questions. Which type of...
by John Mark 5 years ago
I saw where this issue has been addressed in the past and supposedly corrected. But for many weeks now, especially toward the end of the week and weekends, my HubPages stats will not update for hours and sometimes even days at a time. An example would be "Includes data from 17 hours ago and...
by charlie cheesman 5 years ago
Hi all. My name on hubpages is charlie which is my dogs name i started writing under,I also had the same name on google plus but a few months ago i changed my name on google plus to my real name Stuart.Since this my google author ship is not working fully for this site, I know if you do a data...
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