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Building Authorship Authority

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  • 1. Building Authorship Authority - 1 Building Authorship Authority This lesson will show you how to build Google Authorship for all your content in the web. First way to build authorship - linking your Google+ personal profile to the content you create throughout the web You add these links in the "Contributor to" section of your Google+ profile. (This works if you already have a Google+ personal profile, otherwise click here to learn how)
  • 2. Building Authorship Authority - 2 Edit your profile links Click Edit on the lower left side ofthe Links section
  • 3. Building Authorship Authority - 3 Click "Add custom link"
  • 4. Building Authorship Authority - 4 Type in the Name of your site (1), the URL (2), select Current or Past contributor (3), and hit Save button (4) The link to your Google+ profile should have an ?rel=author appended to it to specify that you are the author of the content Place this link on the <head> section of your site's homepage. The blurred section on the link (right before rel='author' is where you insert your Google+ profile ID.
  • 5. Building Authorship Authority - 5 Confirm it's working Use Google Structured Data Testing Tool
  • 6. Building Authorship Authority - 6 Type in your sites URL where your content is located (1), then click Preview (2).
  • 7. Building Authorship Authority - 7 Another option is by having an email address in the Contact Information section of your Google+ profile from the domain you create content for. If your content is in www.caseygollan.com.au/blog then you should have a verified email in your Google+ personal profile with the domain caseygollan.com.au. In the screenshot above you need to click Verify - this will send a verification email to support@caseygollan.com.au. In the email, a "Verify" button will be visible. All you need to do is click the "Verify" button in your email to verify the email address in your Google+ profile. A check mark will appear beside your email address once you've successfully verified your email address.

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