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Here's how to add Google+ Authorship on your WordPress website.

Here's how to add Google+ Authorship on your WordPress website.
Three simple steps to follow.
  1. First, add your Google+ Profile link on your Wordpress website inside the <head> </head> section. For example:  <link rel="author" href="https://plus.google.com/104769456270125676319/posts" /
  2. In your Google+ profile, click on About, scroll down to see the Link option. Add your website here, for example: www.whaddya.com. You can add all websites that you managed.
  3. Test it. Visit Google Webmaster Tools - Structured Data Testing Tool: Here's the URL Address: http://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/richsnippets. Enter your website URL Address e.g. www.whaddya.com and click Preview button. It will provide a detailed results about your website.
If you are posting frequent posts/blogs, this three simple test will help you generate traffics from your Google circles and the Google search results.

For detailed instruction, visit Managewp.com website for step-by-step guide:
https://managewp.com/wordpress-google-plus-authorship

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