webindia123 - 7:32 am on Oct 17, 2012 (gmt 0)
...However, Google has since figured it out. This is important because one of the key issues with rel=author was portability. Sites wanted to make sure they wouldn’t lose authority if one of their big writers changed jobs and took their content with them. As long as the publisher site keeps pointing to the content, they won’t lose authority. The system would kind of fall apart if they did.
Which means they do suggest fully owning the content if its originally written by your own copywriters. Major postive take away from [pubcon.com...] and in a way advocating collation to one ownership too; which we are already doing currently taking it to next level of owning it completely and not merely for citational purpose.
thanks for the link
- lalit kumar