Search Results For: "authorship" ( 38 articles found )
Your ranking data could be skewed since the introduction of authorship suggestions. In this article we investigate how this could happen.
Major SEO portals have recently covered the “hidden benefit of authorship” where users who return back to results after reading your article are presented with additional three articles written by you.…Read more →
I want to begin this post with its high-sounding title by bucking the trend regarding what the worldwide SEO community says and regarding what I generally claim. In a certain sense I am going against what I myself believe, but that is precisely the point: “What we believe in and our general convictions cannot be applied to SEO or to data analysis”.…Read more →
Your host, Martin Reed will guide you through authorship markup and rich snippets. We’ll be discussing impact on CTR in search results, implementation statistics and the issue of rich snippet and review spam. We’ll use real data samples in our demonstration.…Read more →
In an attempt to provide users great content, Google is testing a new feature, called authorship support. Google hopes that this new feature will benefit both authors of content and users who are looking for quality content.…Read more →
Google’s message is clear: “We want real authors to produce real content.”
In a recent post on the Webmaster Blog, Javier Tordable (Google Software Engineer), writes about recorded cases where authorship enhanced search results attract more impressions and clicks .…Read more →
Google just made our lives a whole lot easier when it comes to displaying authorship in the search results. For non techy people it was not that easy to implement rel=author so they could see the benefits of having their image and links show up in SERP as well as getting the right contribution for their work.…Read more →
Two weeks ago Google introduced the rel=author markup that will help content creators label their articles online. Now they are rolling out a new addition and that is to show the content creator, the author, along the search results.
So far only a small number of people is included, the ones that linked their Google profiles with their content, but anyone can participate according to Google’s blog post.…Read more →
TL;DR: A little-known property of Google Books search highlights co-occurrence as a ranking signal.
The concept of co-occurrence (not to be confused with co-citation) has been on the radar of many search professionals for a while. I accepted the idea as common sense and never thought to investigate it further, then one day I stumbled into a peculiar set of search results which lead to what appears to be conclusive evidence of Google’s use of co-occurrence in their search results.…Read more →
Google has been aggressively attempting to diversify away from search. Over the years they’ve come up with a number of promising products in a sea of failed experiments.…Read more →
After submitting my application to join Google Helpouts I had a video interview with a Google Helpouts team member and my listing was approved. I embraced the platform with great enthusiasm, as it allowed me to give back to the community and provide free support to webmasters in need of guidance and ideas for their website.…Read more →