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Because of impersonation, one search engine problem is authorship. Many of the articles submitted have not included an author. Some were in the name of the sender who was not necessarily the author. Whatever name was included, they have been labeled them as “author” although this is not necessarily so.
There was a time when Google Panda was apparently targeting guest posts. The “author’s” published name was eliminated. Panda or not, it was decided to publish the authors at a later date. But, in eliminating the author’s name from the published records, some of the records were lost.
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Published by Articles for Small Business
Article Updated on March 9, 2015