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3 Quick Tips on Using Rel=”Author”

Rel=”author” is a snippet of code which links the Google+ profile of an author to his or her created content. This tag is here to make the web less anonymous, – said Googler Matt Cutts, when they introduced the tag.

1. You should use this tag (well, we hope you already do) to make your articles more outstanding in the SERPs. Additionally, visitors may click the byline and see more of the author’s articles and follow him or her on Google+.

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Start Building Your Google Author Rank Today

In 2013, an important part of an online marketing strategy is to build a strong identity around your content. To implement this tactic you should publish consistently on a regular basis and posts links to your content from a variety of social media platforms. You should aim to publish at least one piece of value-charged content a week for high levels of engagement and lead generation.

The <Titles> of your articles should answer what your audience is searching for. Use Google Keyword Tools and Trends, to ensure popular keywords are included in your articles. However, do not sacrifice a natural language style that will earn you better results than you’d get if it were obvious that you’d been stuffing your content with the right keywords.
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