How to Claim Google Authorship fFor Your Law Blog
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How to Claim Google Authorship fFor Your Law Blog

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This gives a step-by-step guide how you can claim Google authorship for your blog.

This gives a step-by-step guide how you can claim Google authorship for your blog.

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How to Claim Google Authorship fFor Your Law Blog How to Claim Google Authorship fFor Your Law Blog Presentation Transcript

  • How to Claim Google Authorship For Your Law Blog
  • Part 1: Add link to your Google + profile
  • Step 1. Go to Google+ profile and then choose the “About” tab. Step 2: Scroll down on the “About” page until you’ve reached the “Contributor to” section, look for “Edit” and click on that. Step 3: Under the “Contributor to” section click the “Add custom link”; add the website address you want to claim authorship on even if your claim is just for a sub-page or guest post. Step 4: Click “Save”.
  • Part 2: Add a link to your Google+ profile via webpage to claim authorship of the entire website
  • Method 1: Add a link in the header of your webpage. This approach will require an HTML editor. Add the link in between the opening and closing tag with the href tag including a link to your Google+ profile. Likewise, make sure the link you add shows the ref = “author” tag in it.
  • Method 2: Use Word Press plug-in that helps integrate Google+ authorship link. Step 1: Install the plug-in Step 2: Go to your Word Press dashboard then click “Users”, then “Profile”. On the field provided include encode your Google+ profile URL Step 3: Save by clicking “Update profile”
  • How to do a back check on your Google authorship: Step 1: Go to http://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/ri chsnippets#sthash.a9EENDeE.dpuf Step 2: Encode the webpage or URL you want to check and click “Preview” Step 3: You should see a search engine result with your image on it
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