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Were Your Google Authorship Efforts All For Nothing?

Were Your Google Authorship Efforts All For Nothing?

By Chris Crum

Google introduced authorship support over three years ago, leading webmasters and anyone concerned with SEO to jump through a new set of hoops to make sure their faces were visible in Google search results, and hopefully even get better rankings and overall visibility in the long run. Now, Google ...

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