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Google+ Google+ pages only offer rel="nofollow" links to external web pages, which means that, generally, these links will have no impact on page ranking. You can read about how popular search engines handle this attribute here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nofollow#Interpretation_by_the_individual_search_engines It appears that the main SEO benefit one ...


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A Google+ Page can help you with SEO, but the impact is going to be minimal, if any at all. The Google My Business page is a must for local search. However, they are two different things, as much as Google still tries to pretend they're not. Gone are the days of Google+ being a must have. Back when it was supposed to be Google's little "Facebook killer," ...


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You appear to have a second, very similar g+ page, I found this by searching for the company's name and address and restricting the search to plus.google.com http://plus.google.com/116517652696883112626/ It seems that google may have picked up that both pages had the same address, website name, etc, and suspended the newer one as a result. Neither page has ...


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This subject has a great deal of misinformation surrounding it, partly due to the rather vague documentation by Google. There are very many articles about using Google+ authorship for business, but amazingly none of them have this critical piece of information. After having searched extensively for the answer to this myself for quite some time, and ...


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Yes it does. Here is how to do it: How To Use Google Authorship And Author Rank For Your Business


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Hah its not your fault. Pardon the rant in this questions but Google+ is a confusing mess. For as much as they try to make this a keystone, and get people on it, G+ is far too fragmented and confusing for most who use it. Regardless, here is what i think might be wrong: So the link you provided seems to highlight "profile" within the dropdown on the left ...


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Using g:follow gives more with the "rel" then client:plusone.js, and if the users are allowed to sign in with button class="g-signin" you can go in more details defining onSignInCallback. https://developers.google.com/+/web/people/


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Your +1 links should either refer to the website's top-level domain or the specific page on which it's placed. You should then use the rel="publisher" element or a verification via Webmaster Tools in order to tie-in the relationship between your site and your Google+ page.


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First, get linked and verified with Google webmaster tools then set your target audience locality (country based). You may wanna link to your Google analytics and adwords up too. If you have a physical location then you should sign up and verify your realm using Google places for business. This will give you a Google+ page that is more or less like a ...


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Upon further investigation, it seems like a bug with Google plus. http://searchengineland.com/google-loses-real-estate-search-brand-boxes-dropped-logged-users-203567


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having rel publisher tags does not guarantee google will show the brand associated with the Google+ brand page. Few things you want to check. 1. Make sure you have not recently chosen and new URL for your google+ page (changing from # to something custom). 2. Make sure that this is happening when you request the raw page. Actually type the full url in ...


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