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BabypantsTv

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Hello ,

Its my pleasure that i found the community and Mark sir.I have some doubts please clarify them.

Lets say i have 5 youtube accounts.And i need to verify www.example.com website in each youtube account.

1) Then can i verify my website in each of the youtube channel's G+ page ?
- I mean can someone link same website to different g+ pages.


2) And can i verify like a.example.com , b.example.com , c.example. , d.example.com , e.example.com  subdomains in each of the youtube channels g+ page seperately ?

Awaiting your response.
Thank You.
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Gabe O'Neill

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Is authorship still relevant when it comes to SEO? I heard it was either passe or called something else now. Thanks.
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Yes, it burned and died. #sadday
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John Sanjay

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Event tracking- i want to track event in google analytics. So what code should i write in source code of page and google analytics code.
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If you're looking to build an online reputation around a brand is it better to use a page or a profile? Pros and cons of both? Thanks...
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I am 100 percent sure Todd, Dont wory
You can trust me as I am a Digital Marketer working in enhancing brand of so many companies. Thanks
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Does Authority still matters to you ?
Despite the end of the author snippet on Google, are you still willing to "sign" your articles in order to get some authorship attribution or instead, you prefer to hide what's you're writing ?

[photo] : taken from : http://searchengineland.com/authorship-dead-long-live-authorship-217209
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+Jean-Christophe Lavocat  the #STFSEOVI   are the key here.

Most folks do not realise the tremendous Semantic Trust Factor Search Engine Optimisation Value Indicators  (STFSEOVI) that come along for the ride when you use the REL = AUTHOR tag in your HTML as part of being proud of your work.

These SEOVI (Search Engine Optimisation Value Indicators are truly powerful, and add great value to your SEMANTIC FOOTPRINT that can not be added in any other way.  these SEOVI are thus an extra set of search engine Optimisation value indicators that you can use to add extra SEMANTIC VALUE* to all your work, as well as your semantic footprint.

the results in the SERP's are trult an awsome thing as well if you have done the right thing and made all your social media profiles public, amd added your details within the about me section of all your  social media profiles.

lost of small things to do, but the prize is truly awesome SERP's
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Hanson So

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I want to use Virante for In Depth Article Mark Up - but I don't want it to mark up every page - how do I specific specific pages?
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Angela Tripp

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Question for this group.  I have a client who is a solo entrepreneur and she IS the business as a professional organizer.  Is it necessary or recommended for a "solopreneur" — a consulting business without a physical location — to have a Google+ biz "page" in addition to a personal G+ profile?  I'd like the ease of promoting the biz via the personal "profile,"  unless having the "biz page" significantly influences search results.  Thoughts?  Thank you!
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It is a good article but the idea of keeping more than one g+ page alive and up to date seems to be overkill. I am considering putting in the time to making my g+ profile page my main g+ platform and just leaving the g+ biz page alone. Of course I will need to persuade existing followers to also follow me on my +profile page.
Most of the really successful g+ pages are just based on the standard personal profile eg +martin shervington , +Guy Kawasaki . The template seems better and allows you to populate more useful information about you as well as links to your other SM. In my case my business and my name are the same so hopefully it should work well :)
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Ann Smarty
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#GooglePlus question... Did Google drop hashtags from search results? Did I miss the announcement? https://www.google.com/search?q=%23StreetArt

(Note: Sorry again if I am irrelevant... I am no longer sure what to share here but I am sure we'll soon figure that out!)
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I find I can get good results by searching a term I'm interested in without hashtags. I don't use them much any more since they seem to restrict the search and the responses. For example, if I am posting about "BlueMeanies" and I hashtag "#BlueMeanies," my post may not show up if someone searches for #BlueMeany. Whereas, if I just write the post with significant words in it, most search engines, even embedded in social media, will intuit the plural or a misspelling of the search term. Almost anyone searching for my topic will find the post. 
Tell me if I'm seeing this incorrectly.
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Tam Francis

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Looking for advice on pop-ups or slide-ups to invite users to follow blog or join my mailing list? What are the best FREEBIES to work with WP and or what are some reasonably priced plug-ins.

Thanks,

#plug-ins #pop-ups #webdesign
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Landon Roussel

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Hello, I'm new to the self-published world. I am currently in the process of publishing my book, On the Primitive Way (OntheprimitiveWay.com). I've heard wonders about Google+ as a marketing tool but am still trying to learn all of its features. Is there a good starting point for learning the marketing/publishing functions of Google? Thanks for any helpful info.
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John Sanjay

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HI everybody,
In google my website pages snippet showing malicious content(Viagra term include and some other term). But the terms is not in my content. I have removed snippet from google webmaster and now all the snippet with malicious content are removed. But now new pages with new malicious snippet are coming. why? I have checked sql injection of my site also. can any one help me what should i do to remove those malicious content in my snippet.
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Lookup blogger Kerry Butters in the UK. She writes smart articles for marketing and business people about web security. 
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Arnold Inzko

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Hi,
Download "White Slavery in the Desert Inn", by Arnold Inzko. from amazon.com Kindle    It's a best seller.  Now also available in paperback ;www.createspace.com/5756740  
Arnold J. Inzko
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Arnold Inzko

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I'm ready to start a new novel.  What is most popular today? 
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+JoAnn Hill I started  one.  It deals with cyberspace - for young adults
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Mala Papachan

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Hello Community, I learnt today that the Penguin algorithms factored in "Authorship". I have been writing articles and making comments everywhere on Google since 2012, does anyone know how I can find out what my "authorship" score or rank is, please? Thanks very much. I always use "Mala Papachan", as my authorship name 
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Any website that in 2015 is blocking content with a tweet-wall should not be taken as an authority on SEO.

Google Authorship was deprecated in August 2014, and there never was any proof that there was such a thing as "author rank." Find better sources for your SEO information.
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Hi,

I read this. Can you help me with it?

"Google Authorship May Be Dead, But Author Rank Is Not
Google Authorship and Author Rank aren't the same thing."

1. Does someone have news?
2. Is Author Rank still an important Ranking-factor?

Thank You.
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I'll copy  a quote from +Rick Bucich "Authorship (the markup) is dead but Google attempting to measure authority via algo is not. In that sense, business as usual, concentrate on building an audience and be seen as a topical expert."
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Joanna Fuchs

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I have two Web sites that I need authorship for.  My profile page is for one site, and authorship is complete. Now, I want to add another page for my second site, with authorship.  I've looked online for instructions, but they seem to be for brick and mortar, local businesses.  Can I add another page for the second site, post to it, and add authorship to my second site?  How?  Thanks.
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Gary Box

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Hi like many busy people I don't have time to follow every little change made by Google but following the demise of authorship I have a few simple questions that the more experienced in this community should hopefully be able to answer. When I first heard about Authorship and saw the icon appear in SERPS I did all I could to implement it. As a result I invested all my efforts into my personal Google+ profile, posting regularly and gaining followers and ignoring the company Google+ profile. Going forward is there any point spending lots of time on your personal Google+ account or should you now post all your updates to the company one instead? Is there any SEO benefit to using Google+ and if so would you target your efforts on your personal account or business one? Hope you can help. 
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If I were you, I'd only post your best work on Google+ or things you're particularly proud of. I have only recently adopted this strategy and have been taking some time here and there to clean up my profile since the things I share on Google+ occasionally end up in search results. Some things get ranked that I don't want ranking so my personal Google+ strategy moving forward is to be more selective with what I share on Google+. I'm not doing it for SEO, I'm doing it more for reputation management. Controlling my online image before it controls me kind of thing. I started by redesigning my website and then downloading all my old tweets before deleting them and starting from scratch. Next is cleaning up my Google+ profile.

And to answer your last question: if you are intent on using Google+ for SEO despite +Mark Traphagen's comment, then I'd advise you to focus on your personal profile. Not sure about you, but in the case of one of my clients, we decided to focus on his personal profile since people actually follow him there. No one follows his business page and after understanding his branding approach, there really isn't a need to develop a following there. He just wants content up there so that when people search for him online, he'll be relevant because he's current. If people search for him online and see a profile that hasn't been updated in awhile, people might not take him as seriously as when they see that his last update was a week ago. 
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Ann Smarty
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Google Plus question again... There used to be "What's hot" option where you could adjust settings to see those "trending" updates in your stream even if they are outside of your circles. I can still see that section when following the link in my bookmarks (note the _ in the URL) https://plus.google.com/explore/_  but the G+ nav now has another Explore section (without _)... Is the old "What's hot" section dropped completely or can I still somehow find it from within G+?
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Torben Rick

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Have you been removing rel="author" from your sites?
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+Eli Fennell I've used the G+ format with a link to my G+ page, which is why I consider it obsolete. I know the rel="author" in itself isn't obsolete, but the G+ reference is, so I want to change it along the way. When implementing microdata anyway, I prefer the itemprop="author", to keep the markup consistent, but I might as well have changed the rel="author".
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