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… Just a few months ago (late July 2014), we heard about the disappearance of the Authorship head shot. Now, the news has broken that Google has killed Authorship. Not changed it in another way. You heard that right: Google killed Authorship. Google Authorship is Dead At least that is how Forbes contributor TJ McCue put it, in a post published…
Sister & Brother by emerille Question: Do you have a brother or a sister that look a lot like you do, but yet, the two of you are quite different in your personality? As marketers, this is one way to look at Copywriting and Content Marketing. They are related, but different. A Historical Tale of Two Persuasive Siblings The two come from a dynamic family tree.
… of author rank isn’t worth your time. but First, some important history. In 2005, Google filed a patent for something called “Agent Rank,” a method of essentially assigning a score to agents associated with pieces of content via digital signatures. Then, in June of 2011 (a full six years later, and proof that not every patent gets put to use immediately…