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1. Google Rewards Real People: As Google develops its algorithm to become hyper-personalized and contextually relevant, we’ll continue to see rankings favor towards real content producers that are subject matter experts in a particular area.
2. Authorship Gives Your Content More Visibility: Unlike even a few years ago when Google’s search results page was purely text-based, todays rich snippets that Google displays in search results display metadata in the form of an author image, byline and content blurb.
Where Do you Start?
If you’re not a technical person, authorship can leave your brain spinning. Luckily, there are tools and tricks out there that makes this process easier.
1. Make sure that your Google authorship is set up. Follow the steps here.
2. Leverage third-party tools to validate your authorship. A new platform called ClearVoice gives a public view into the content creator’s ranking power through an algorithm which includes a comprehensive body of published works, aggregate social shares of their content, topic analysis, and more. Here you can find your profile based on an index of 80,000+ online authors, claim your content, and even learn how to apply or improve correct authorship.
3. Check your code. [Click through to the post for the code.]
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