• http://andybeard.eu AndyBeard

    I have seen a number of sites get the company logo allocated even though the email address used doesn’t seem to be the one used by their Google+ account and they have no specific markup.

  • TomSather

    As long as the company has a verified G+ page and the sent email has the same domain name, the logo icon will (or should) appear. For businesses with multiple brands who may have multiple G+ pages, like Vitamin Water emails having a Coca Cola sending domain for example, this will be useful.

  • http://chuckreynolds.us/ Chuck Reynolds

    what’s an “ALT Tag”?

  • http://andybeard.eu AndyBeard

    There must be some other criteria for it

    As an example I get emails from Kevin Fink @ Flippa, that are sent through campaign monitor using a company email address.
    The Google+ page for Flippa has the site connected, but the email address that shows is different.
    They don’t get the company logo on their promotion cards.

    Maybe the email address has to be used by someone who is an editor for the page, or someone from Google must have populated some manually.

  • http://tudonghoadanang.com/ wind in the field

    alt is attribute of tag, w3school for more infomation .

  • http://chuckreynolds.us/ Chuck Reynolds

    you are correct. it is NOT a tag. and yet everybody always says alt tag. wrong.

  • http://tudonghoadanang.com/ wind in the field

    maybe author do not have knowleade about html, but all is ok, maybe i will translate into vietnamese and post in my site ^^

  • http://chuckreynolds.us/ Chuck Reynolds

    any “consultant working with top-brand clients” should know basic html and nomenclature. at least link back to the source if you clone the article.

  • http://tudonghoadanang.com/ wind in the field

    sure :) authorship is impotant, and i respect it

  • http://chuckreynolds.us/ Chuck Reynolds

    right on sir.

  • Pete Austin

    Warning: the above examples of markup have non-standard quotes, so you’ll need to replace the quote characters if you use them as a basis for your own markup.

  • http://swallow.vn/ springmusic

    Correct! That’s an attribute! Not a tag!
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