Tag Archives: Google Authorship

Farewell Authorship Featured

George Freitag //  4 Sep, 2014

Team Portent Bids Farewell to Authorship

One spring day of 2011, Google announced a new thing called “Authorship.” They described it as a way of using data to “help people find content from great authors in our search results.” With little exception, the SEO community rejoiced. Finally, we, the content creators and bloggers of the world, were on top. By adding… Read More

Google Authorship: 1 Completely Unscientific Experiment + 13 Killer Resources SEO

Portent Team //  10 Dec, 2013

Google Authorship: 1 Completely Unscientific Experiment + 13 Killer Resources

I don’t know about you, but sometimes I wonder who writes up the documentation for Google. When they first announced the rel=author tag and Authorship configuration procedure on one of Google’s 11 blogs that I subscribe to, I jumped right on it and devoured the information and the process they described. Then I read it… Read More

author-rank Internet Marketing

Portent Staff //  12 Oct, 2012

Google AuthorRank: Heir to the Throne

A bold ruler ascends—going by the name Google AuthorRank – and his reign will be a long one. Because, in the very near future, information will take a back seat to who supplies it. We can no longer trust content – there’s just too much of it.  And many of “the facts” are flat-out wrong. … Read More