Resources for dealing with "Not Provided"

Hi Ann, 

Here's the post where I researched and compiled the best info on what to do about "not provided": 

http://www.inboundmastery.com/keyword-not-provided-solutions/

There are many links in that post to what I felt were the most useful tips and solutions at the time I wrote it. (Probably about a week ago.) 

 

Opt-Out

I wonder if they showed "opt-in" to people who have "talked about" privacy issues. I got the "opt-in" setting, but I've posted about privacy issues on Google+ using the #privacy hashtag. Google is reading emails and social media posts, and they have the capability to do that. I've also written about privacy issues on my blogs that are linked to me through Google authorship.

I am not sure if Ryan's

I am not sure if Ryan's comment is about this experiment but it definitely holds true here: https://twitter.com/RyanJones/status/395261661533470720

"It's amazing how every new change to the Google layout is the direct opposite of what they've told publishers NOT to do."

And they might charge for it

Jon Henshaw (Raven Tools) tweeted out the Google+ Terms with a section highlighted that says Google may decided to charge users for these urls later on.

His tweet: https://twitter.com/RavenJon/status/395548860007084033

The Google+ Terms: http://www.google.com/+/policy/tos-custom-url.html

A new area of authority importance

This opens up yet another area where having a high-authority Google+ profile with a large network will increase one's influence and reach. I expect that the comment threads of such persons will have a boost in Blogger and YouTube threads, making that person all the more visible in yet another important area of Google.

A new area of authority importance

This opens up yet another area where having a high-authority Google+ profile with a large network will increase one's influence and reach. I expect that the comment threads of such persons will have a boost in Blogger and YouTube threads, making that person all the more visible in yet another important area of Google.

But wait....there's more!

Let's not forget Google Helpouts rolling out this week: private Hangouts where experts can offer live, one-on-one help sessions for free or a fee. Google+ account required for both teachers and participants.

 

And now the introduction of Google+ comment integration with YouTube, requiring all YouTubers to have a G+ account (even if they still use their YT name) in order to post comments.

But wait....there's more!

Let's not forget Google Helpouts rolling out this week: private Hangouts where experts can offer live, one-on-one help sessions for free or a fee. Google+ account required for both teachers and participants.

 

And now the introduction of Google+ comment integration with YouTube, requiring all YouTubers to have a G+ account (even if they still use their YT name) in order to post comments.

Turns out later on in the

Turns out later on in the thread someone points out that the Wayback machine shows that at one point the site actually did have the word "stupid" in title tags. Oops. 

Oooh

oooh, very interesting! no idea if G would disapprove, but i like it!