First, Google's launched a new program to identify authors and attribute their webpages to them. The program uses authors' personal Google Profile pages as the focal point for listing and linking all their current work around the Web.
The program provides some additional visibility to participating authors' work in exchange for their linking more visibly to their Google Profile pages. (Here's mine, so you can see how this works from that end.)
It's a relatively easy four-step process to participate. But you'll need access to the content management system your publication runs.
First, you'll need to add a rel="author" attribute to the anchor tags around the bylines of your articles. That anchor tag should hyperlink your author profile page on the same Web domain.