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Updated on December 25, 2014

Contributor Profile at Google+

It may be an easy task to make profiles on any website including Social Networking sites but one may find it difficult to keep track of all the profiles and this could be the possible reasons for the internet surfers to make fake and duplicate profiles. But the Google+ profile provides an inbuilt solution to keep records of such profiles. Whenever I create my profile on any site including adsense revenue sharing sites, I make it a point to add the URL of My Profile page on such sites to the Contributor section at Google+. Adding your Profile links to contributor section or other links has two advantages :

  • You can keep track of all your Profiles at one Place and linked to your email account.
  • You automatically become the verified Author of your web content just by adding your social profile that is Google+ profile on such websites where you are publishing your articles as an Author. If you are having your own Blog or Personal Website then you can generate and add Google+ Badge to your Blog or Website.
  • You can keep the record of such profile as "Private" that is neither visible to friends and family members or extended circles and public in general. Though I am maintaining such record as per screen shot placed on the right side of the article yet I prefer to keep it as a Private affair by not making it visible to friends, family members, circles, extended circles or public. However I have given access to my nominee as nominated in "inactive Account Manager" so that my legal heirs can have access to these profile records after my death.

We can make our Profiles on Facebook, Twitter, Delicious in addition to Google+ Profile for promoting our published web content so as to optimize the content to be displayed by the Search Engines. In addition to Social Networking Sites one can also register personal Blogs and Websites at popular web directories so as to get Back links to promote the Published Content. I have registered my personal website at Sohoos Web Directory, Blogda and kept all the records in the contributor section at Google+ Profile.

Adsense Revenue Sharing Sites:

Personal Blogs and Websites may not generate enough revenue for the adsense publishers and to encourage the Bloggers - the Google has permitted the adsense publishers to associate their adsense account with Adsense Revenue Sharing Sites like Hub Pages. The authors can also apply for Adsense approval through such Adsense Revenue Sharing Sites and earn good income. Initially the income generated may be negligible but over a period of time when one remains active on such adsense revenue sharing sites it grows gradually and individual publishers all over the world are earning passive income from their web content. Such revenue sharing sites provide all their infrastructure and network to the publishers as it may be difficult for individual publishers to create such infrastructure. But while getting published on the web one has to keep in mind that Quality is the Key to Success.

Latest Update from the Author

On the feedback provided to Google by the author immediately after first publishing date of this article the author is pleased to inform the public in general and internet users in particular that Google has only recently implemented the Inactive Account Manager, now it has become easy for the public to keep record of their digital assets and accounts so as to pass on such Digital Assets to their Legal Heirs, Successors or Nominated Persons without involving any legal paper work. If you like to know as to How to nominate for your Digital Assets, then you are welcome to sneak into myeveryminutediary. If still in doubt or having any legal question in your mind then you can ask your questions either at Web Question Answers or in Ask Questions at HubPages. Both these services are totally free and if you get impressed by the latest update we request you to circulate the article or links among your facebook friends, Google+ Circles, Twitter and LinkedIn contacts – so that the latest knowledge is shared amongst millions of net users free of cost. The author acknowledges the HubPages platform which made it possible for the author to share his knowledge on the internet through blogs, sites and sub domain at HP. HP has given the author a learning platform.

© 2013 Ashok Goyal


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