webindia123 - 2:39 pm on Oct 24, 2012 (gmt 0)
If it's a legitimate real-world practice why shouldn't it be a legitimate Internetz practice?
Yes why not when you own the content which is fresh, unique and info-rich.
Twisting railway track and construction girders and large section metal bars requires industrial machinery..so the final work is farmed out to "industry", to conform to supplied "models"
Yep that applies to some extent on web development process too involving coders to designers to marketing and more.
...intends to use spam techniques to create a fake reputation for this fake author. That's what I was referring to when I said "I dont think Google would agree."
All others in the thread have restated again and again that if you are owning the content then there no harm in attributing it to one author or company profile.
But then sometimes its hard to swallow pride even if the world tries to convince. Again suggesting, its better to follow smart techniques since google prefers it, then preach hollow arguments.
Still no one has seen any strategy from your side on boosting author rank but arguments without any substance LOLz
Google is spending time and effort to make G+ a more followed tool.
Just browsed today to get any contrary views to our methodology and found that many others in several SEO forums discussed on strategies of boosting author rank.
And what they are suggesting is SMARTNESS and not SPAM :)
- lalit kumar