AuthorSure makes it easy to implement Google’s authorship markup on your WordPress site. All you need to do is download and install the plugin, and then sign up to the free membership site to get access to tutorials to help you set things up perfectly on your site. AuthorSure works for single and multi-author sites, and you can control the specific posts, pages, category, tag and other taxonomy archive pages for which you want to apply Google authorship.
Once Google has verified your authorship then you will starting building your Author Rank. Google aims to include Author Rank in its algorithms which can result in higher rankings and more traffic for authors producing what Google regards as authoritative content.
We believe it is worthwhile achieving Google authorship however the reward is no longer a listing with your face as some benefits of Google Authorship remain.
|Plugin Description:||Makes it easy to set up Google authorship on the best articles on your site.|
|Requirements:||Requires at least PHP Version 5.2.4|
|Plugin Author :||Russell Jamieson|
|Download Link :||Download AuthorSure from WordPress.Org|
|Current Version :||2.2 (updated 18-May-2014)|
- AuthorSure works with both single and multiple author WordPress websites and blog
- You get a choice of locations to place your rel=”author” markup
- AuthorSure automatically inserts a rel=”me” back to the Google Profile page
- Configures author archive pages with title, short or extended biography, and more.
- Has controls so you can suppress author information where it is not required on a page-by-page basis on posts, pages and custom post types such as landing pages or thank you pages
- Furthermore AuthorSure can add rel=”publisher” on the home page so the company or brand is registered as the site publisher with Google
- Everything is explained via a series of videos (please sign up to access these) that help show the various ways the plugin can be configured to work with different themes
What Do You Want To Do?
- Install AuthorSure
- Learn More About Google Authorship Markup
- Which Method Should I Use To Verify Authorship?
- Method 1: Set Up AuthorSure Using Links In The Post Byline
- Method 2: Set Up AuthorSure Using Rich Snippets At The Foot Of Each Post
- Method 3: Set Up AuthorSure Using An Author Box At The Foot Of Each Post
- Method 4: Set Up AuthorSure For A Single Author Blog
- Get Help With AuthorSure