19 Dec '12, 5pm

The Future of Link Building and Authorship. @stuntdubl interviews @jimboykin

The Future of Link Building and Authorship. @stuntdubl interviews @jimboykin

Each author in the author index is going to have a score based on their content, and who who referenced their content….if you can become a trusted author, things with your name on it will be trusted by Google more…its like matt said, it’s kinda like getting free backlinks to a page just because your name is on it, IF you’re a trusted author. Should you use the rel=author…well…it can’t hurt if your content is good…most pages probably have a “key” that tells Google who the author is already….if you set up a Google account, and connect your account to your authored content (on your about page)….or if you physically go into your pages you’ve written and add the rel=author then you might be filling in some blanks that Google may not have know of prior…but chances are, they know most of the things you’ve authored already if your putting your name on content on the web….but shoul...

Full article: http://www.stuntdubl.com/2012/12/19/jim-boykin-2/

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