How To Setup Google Authorship
"Why you should set up Google Authorship?
Google Authorship is an incredible way to link you as a human, as a writer, your blogs, your links, your content, your voice and connects them to your Google+ Profile. Basically it is creating your identity across the web and connecting the dots.
Taking this one step further, it also creates a very pleasing result in Google Search when one of your articles/posts shows up..."
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Learn more at http://bit.ly/1gZRBSy
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Just came across this awesome Chrome Extension! You can now say "Okay Google" on any Google search page or search result page (just like "Okay Glass") using this Google Chrome extension.
It also supports supports search modifiers:
Example: "Where was Madonna born?"
"What's the population there?"
Can't wait for this to be built in!
#GoogleChrome #VoiceSearch #Google #OkayGoogle
You get to decide who can comment on your public posts!
Goodbye to Trolls?
Note: If someone is mentioned on your post, they'll be able to comment even if they're outside the scope you defined in this setting.
For example, let's say 'Who can comment on your public posts' is set to 'Your circles.' Your friend Alex (who is in your circles) mentions his new neighbor Lauren on one of your public posts. Lauren isn't in your circles. But since Alex added Lauren to the conversation by mentioning her, Lauren will now be able to comment on the post as well.
See the settings: http://bit.ly/On2Z2d
Beside 'Who can comment on your public posts' click the drop down menu and choose from among the listed options, or select a custom group of circles or individuals.
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