The Mountain View Motor reported no longer needing marking that combines content author. Dead and buried, the authorship? The marking, which allowed to associate content to a writer, and even see the picture of it in the results, experienced its heyday. But it did not last: in August 2014, to general surprise, the authors pictures disappeared results. Google, however, always used the authorship, but the margin for certain items "background ". Mountain View continued at least until October of last year, to recommend the use of the marking of authorship.
But at the SMX Advanced currently taking, Gary Illyes, Google has announced that the engine had completely stopped using this marking. "We have resolved this issue," he said. The specialized site Searchengineland.com, which relays the information, also have asked how Gary Illyes Mountain View now know who wrote an article: the Googler has responded that the engine could always know who is the author "reading" the contents.