Do you see the subtle author title difference between:
Ph.D vs. Ph.D.
If you have a doctorate degree, we recommend that you use the “Ph.D” instead of the “Ph.D.” and here’s why:
When people forward your expert author URL or it’s included in an email newsletter, forward to a friend email, or a just one person giving another person a resource, any URL that ends in a period will fail to be an active link that is accurate.
GOOD = http://ezinearticles.com/?expert=First_Last,_Ph.D
BAD = http://ezinearticles.com/?expert=First_Last,_Ph.D.