AuthorSure is capable of doing the two things on your WordPress site that are required to verify authorship. The first is create a “rel=author” link on the post/page to the author page; and the second is to place a “rel=me”link on the author page back to the author’s Google Plus Profile. Many themes will already…Read more…
Free Video Tutorials
We've created some free video tutorials to help you get the best out of AuthorSure.
AuthorSure set up involves activities on your WordPress site, on Google itself and on Gravatar.com if you do not already have a WordPress avatar.
The set up of the plugin caters for different scenarios depending on how you want to communicate the authorship of content.
Where Can I Use AuthorSure?
You can use AuthorSure on a :
- multiple author website where each author gets credit for their articles
- single author website where a single author gets credit for their articles
- single or a multiple author website where you want the publisher (usually a company or brand) of the website to have their logo displayed when the home page appears in the search results, but the face of each individual author in the case of posts.
- single or multiple author website where you want the publisher of the website to have their logo displayed when any page on the website appears in the search results.
What Do AuthorSure Tutorials Cover?
Author Box Related
AuthorSure can place a rich snippet at the foot of the post that states the author using the “rel=author” link and also indicates when the article was last updated using the HTML5 time microformat. This approach is particularly useful for sites where: you are using a theme that does not support a post byline that…Read more…
AuthorSure can place a box containing a photo of the author, their bio and the rel=author link at the foot of each post. This is useful for sites where you are either using a theme that does not support the post byline with the rel=author link, or you may just prefer to have the author…Read more…