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Today we're introducing two Google+ platform features that help authors do both — on Google, and across the web.Google+ Adds Author Attribution and Post Embedding [googleplusplatform.blogspot.com]
Starting today we’re integrating Google+ Sign-In with Google’s Authorship program. So if you sign in to WordPress.com with Google, for instance, the articles you publish will now be associated with your Google+ profile automatically.
With this association in place, we can look for ways to surface your info when it's most relevant. For example, today users may see your name, picture and/or a link to your Google+ profile when your content appears in Search, News and other Google products.
We’re piloting this integration with two major platforms today: WordPress and Typepad. We’re also working with a variety of other sites — including About.com, WikiHow, and Examiner — so we can learn and expand the pilot to all kinds of sites and apps using Google+ Sign-In.
In addition to sites like WordPress and Typepad, many of you (in fact, millions of you) are posting content on Google+. We want to make it easy to expand your audience across the web, so today we’re introducing embedded posts.
With embedded posts, site owners can now add your public Google+ posts to their web pages — as a primary source, for example, or to highlight your point of view. Text, photo and media posts are all supported, and the embeds are fully interactive, so visitors can +1, comment and follow you inline.
I prefer to stay annonymous
I prefer to stay anonymousThis is changing with the web. The reason to say anonymous is probably due to not wanting to be associated with certain activity, that is fine and your choice. I am looking down the road the day of being anonymous is or will be soon over. You may believe your anonymous but you are leaving footprints. There are ways to remain anonymous for now but that is quickly going away.