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In Summary That’s Google Authorship Markup in a nutshell. One huge, complicated nutshell, filled with caveats. But given Google’s active pursuit of verifiable, trusted expert content to improve the quality of their search results, author rank will only increase in importance as this technology becomes more widely adopted. And as that happens, well-configured author pages containing consistent, valuable content will likely see even greater lift over time, and any existing author rank may well influence the ranking of new content on the same topic produced by that established author. … [Read more...] about The Definitive Guide To Google Authorship Markup
So we’re living with Panda, Penguin, and all the other updates going live every week. Sometimes I think I’d feel safer if I just didn’t move. Maybe Google won’t see me if I don’t do anything at all. But I can’t do that. I’m not going to live like that. But I will be smarter about everything that I do and recommend. … [Read more...] about Adjusting Your SEO Strategies During Panda & Penguin
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