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Are the "author" and "publisher" link types still relevant for Google+? (2016)

The tag attributerel="autor" is not relevant for Google anymore, the preferred way to specify the authorship is through the proper schema.org snippet. Authorship in web-search Authorship ...
marcanuy's user avatar
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3 votes
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Does Google filter out some reviews in their Google+ rating average?

It's no big secret that Google loves to use algorithms and crazy hard mathematical equations for its return of search results, in both organic and local results. This is no different when Google ...
Simon Hayter's user avatar
2 votes

Because of Schema.org/Person markup, Google+ uses the name of the person as the page title when sharing

When sharing on Google Plus, Google will only use Schema if no The Open Graph protocol (OGP) is detected. In the event that no Schema or OGP is found then Google Plus will revert to the normal meta ...
Simon Hayter's user avatar
2 votes

Does a Google+ page help SEO of our company website?

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 ...
Grant Miller's user avatar
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2 votes

Does a Google+ page help SEO of our company website?

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 ...
Henry Visotski's user avatar
1 vote

Can I fix this Google thing that adds my Name to the results titles twice?

There are 2 reasons this is happening. Google is now adding titles names if your title is too short on search results. If people are searching and using the term, Google will append it to your site ...
norcal johnny's user avatar
1 vote

How do I link a company's Google Plus site to the company's Google Analytics?

You can take a look at http://online-behavior.com/analytics/googleplus which discussed specific techniques to be able to track Google+ event (such as +1 clicks) through your Google Analytics account.
Chris Rutherfurd's user avatar
1 vote

Add Google Account to YouTube Analytics Access

YouTube channel will dilute these details. In my psyche, it's less demanding to join information sources as opposed to separating them later. Step 1: Create a web property in Google Analytics ...
Digital Marketing Experts's user avatar
1 vote

When changing my domain name, can I preserve all the Google +1?

If you have a Google+ page that you have setup then you can simply change the domain name of that page to the new site to preserve the +1's, if this has been done soley on the domain name and not to ...
Chris Rutherfurd's user avatar

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