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How to tell Google that you're the original author of an article?
peego




msg:4398756
 6:41 pm on Dec 16, 2011 (gmt 0)

Just wondering what some here do to tell SE like google that they're the original author of new articles they publish? When you write a new article, and upload it to your site, is there anything you can do to tell google that you're the original author?

I know about rel="author" but it seems it's mostly used by blogs, can it be used for static html sites?

Any other methods that we can use?

 

tedster




msg:4398910
 3:46 am on Dec 17, 2011 (gmt 0)

The rel="author" mark-up is useful for any site that publishes written articles. If your site does have a feed, I also encourage you to use pubsubhubbub, also know as PuSH, and do the "fat ping" option.

peego




msg:4398915
 4:24 am on Dec 17, 2011 (gmt 0)

Ah great thanks. Would it be better to just use pubsubhuhdub than rel="author", and fat ping?

tedster




msg:4398916
 4:28 am on Dec 17, 2011 (gmt 0)

No, I'd say it's best to do everything you can to establish your own site's authority... and trust. Why run any risk that some scraper can look like the author of your content?

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