Quantcast

All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Matt Cutts’

Donkey Cutts Is Donkey Kong With Matt Cutts

Somebody has made a Donkey Kong game with Matt Cutts as the ape. It’s called, appropriately, Donkey Cutts. In the game, social signals increase your rank, and you get ten points for jumping over penguins and pandas, or lose the points if they get you. You can also gain points for “awesome content,” and more links and shares. Penalties can …

Read More

Matt Cutts Talks About A Typical Day In Spam-Fighting

The latest “Webmaster Help” video from Google is an interesting (and long) one. Google webspam king Matt Cutts talks about a day in the life of someone on the webspam team. Here’s the set of questions he answers verbatim: What is a day in the life of a search spam team member like? What is the evolution of decisions in …

Read More

Cutts: Don’t Worry About Grammatical Errors In Your Blog Comments

In his latest “Webmaster Help” video, Google’s Matt Cutts answers a question that a lot of people have probably wondered, particularly since Google launched the Panda update in 2011: how do the comments on your blog affect how Google sees the quality of your pages? The exact wording of the question was: Should I correct the grammar on comments to …

Read More

Google Updated The Page Layout Algorithm Last Week

Google’s Matt Cutts announced on Twitter that the search engine launched a data refresh for its “page layout” algorithm last week. If you’ll recall, this is the Google update that specifically looks at how much content a page has “above the fold”. The idea is that you don’t want your site’s content to be pushed down or dwarfed by ads …

Read More

Cutts Says Google Has Taken Action On Another Link Network

Google has been warning that it would be cracking down on link networks in Germany for a couple weeks or so. First, when Matt Cutts said Google was taking action on French link network Buzzea, he noted that Germany was next on the list of places the search engine would be looking at. Then, earlier this week, Google put out …

Read More

Google Goes After Link Networks In Germany

Google is turning its focus on cracking down on link networks to Germany. Matt Cutts hinted at this last week when he announced that the company was taking action on French link network Buzzea, and noted in another Tweet that Germany was also on the list of places Google’s looking at. Google has now put out a blog post about …

Read More

Google To Writers: Don’t Upload Articles To Directories

Google has put out a new “Webmaster Help” video advising webmasters and writers against submitting articles to online article directories. It’s been pretty well-known that Google isn’t incredibly fond of these types of sites for a while now, but the search team is still getting questions about it, so head of webspam Matt Cutts had some advice to share. “I …

Read More

Google Announces Action On Another ‘Link Network’

Google has steadily been taking out link networks that violate its quality guidelines whenever possible, and Matt Cutts announced on Twitter that they’ve taken care of yet another one. This time it’s the French network Buzzea. Today we're taking action on a French link network that violates our quality guidelines (Buzzea). — Matt Cutts (@mattcutts) January 29, 2014 @karthik1990kr thanks. …

Read More

Google To Well-Established Sites: Don’t Coast On Your Laurels

Google has released some new advice to webmasters of well-established businesses with domains that have been around for a long time. Keep up with the times, or you’ll be left behind. Said advice comes in the form of a “Webmaster Help” video from head of webspam, Matt Cutts. A webmaster asked, “I have been in business for over 14 years …

Read More

Cutts On How Much Facebook And Twitter Signals Matter In Google Ranking

Google put out a pretty interesting Webmaster Help video today with Matt Cutts answering a question about a topic a lot of people would like to understand better – how Facebook and Twitter affect Google rankings. “Facebook and Twitter pages are treated like any other pages in our web index, and so if something occurs on Twitter or occurs on …

Read More

Matt Cutts Has Declared Guest Blogging For SEO ‘Done’

Google has been warning webmasters about guest blogging abuse for years now. This week, head of webspam Matt Cutts basically declared guest blogging dead. “Stick a fork in it: guest blogging is done,” says Google’s Matt Cutts. In light of Cutts’ comments will you be wary of contributing guest content on other sites? Of publishing guest content on your site? …

Read More

Matt Cutts Discusses The Google Algorithm

Google has released a new Webmaster Help video in which head of webspam Matt Cutts discusses the Google algorithm and how it ranks results on a page. More specifically, he responds to the following submitted question: Does Google use the same algorithm to rank all the results on page 1, or different algorithms for a wider variety in the results? …

Read More

Page 6 of 29« First...«45678»1020...Last »