mihomes - 1:41 pm on Jun 14, 2013 (gmt 0)
Dymero - great link and read... that was very interesting to see how the group reacted.
I am still confused though on how an e-commerce site is supposed to take advantage of this? Using the same example I posted above... website selling a product(s)... should one use rel=author on every page of the site? Typically on a site like this there will not be articles per say, but rather product information or information relating to the product(s). I was under the assumption rel=publisher was to be used in scenarios like this where publisher takes ownership of the pages, but now it doesn't appear this way - or perhaps just yet?
In other words... lets say Coca Cola (I am drinking one right now)... it would make more sense for them to use rel=publisher on each page of their site and link to the G+ page they setup which is what I do for my product sites. I don't see how rel=author could be used in a situation like this? Multiple employees using rel=author for various pages they 'made' on the site?