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Google Tweaks Guidance On Link Schemes

Google has made a subtle, but noteworthy change to its help center article on link schemes, which is part of its quality guidelines dissuading webmasters from engaging in spammy SEO tactics. Google put out a video last summer about adding rel=”nofollow” to links that are included in widgets: In that, Matt Cutts, Google’s head of webspam, said, “I would not …

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Cutts On What You Might Not Have Noticed About Google’s ‘How Search Works’ Site

Google has put out a new Webmaster Help video featuring Matt Cutts talking about some things “you might not have noticed” about the company’s How Search Works site. Google launched this site a little less than a year ago. It’s part of the company’s Inside Search site, and includes visuals about search, a view into major search algorithms and features, …

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Google Has A Lot To Say About Duplicate Content These Days

Duplicate content has been an issue in search engine optimization for many years now, yet there is still a lot of confusion around what you can and can’t do with it, in terms of staying on Google’s good side. In fact, even in 2013, Googles’ head of webspam Matt Cutts has had to discuss the issue in several of his …

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Google Says It’s Now Working To ‘Promote Good Guys’

Google’s Matt Cutts says Google is “now doing work on how to promote good guys.” More specifically, Google is working on changes to its algorithm that will make it better at promoting content from people who it considers authoritative on certain subjects. You may recall earlier this year when Cutts put out the following video talking about things Google would …

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Google: Your Various ccTLDs Will Probably Be Fine From The Same IP Address

Ever wondered if Google would mind if you had multiple ccTLD sites hosted from a single IP address? If you’re afraid they might not take kindly to that, you’re in for some good news. It’s not really that big a deal. Google’s Matt Cutts may have just saved you some time and money with this one. He takes on the …

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The Latest From Google On Guest Blogging

The subject of guest blogging has been coming up more and more lately in Google’s messaging to webmasters. Long story short, just don’t abuse it. Matt Cutts talked about it in response to a submitted question in a recent Webmaster Help video: He said, “It’s clear from the way that people are talking about it that there are a lot …

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Google Goes After Yet Another Link Network

Earlier this month, Google revealed that it would be cracking down on more link networks, following a larger trend that has been taking place throughout the year. Google’s Matt Cutts hinted on Twitter that Google was taking action on the network Anglo Rank. "There are absolutely NO footprints linking the websites together" Oh, Anglo Rank. — Matt Cutts (@mattcutts) December …

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Google Gives Advice On Speedier Penalty Recovery

Google has shared some advice in a new Webmaster Help video about recovering from Google penalties that you have incurred as the result of a time period of spammy links. Now, as we’ve seen, sometimes this happens to a company unintentionally. A business could have hired the wrong person/people to do their SEO work, and gotten their site banished from …

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Google Toolbar PageRank Lives (For Now)

Just when you thought you were out, they’ve pulled you back in. Google has updated its data for Toolbar PageRank, after giving indication that it likely wouldn’t happen before the end of the year, if at all. Many of us assumed that it was pretty much going away because it has been so long since it has been updated, after …

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Google Takes Action On More Link Networks

Google has been cracking down on link networks, penalizing the networks and the sites that take advantage of them to artificially inflate their link profiles, all year. Google’s Matt Cutts hinted on Twitter that the search engine has taken action on yet another one – Anglo Rank: "There are absolutely NO footprints linking the websites together" Oh, Anglo Rank. — …

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Matt Cutts Talks Content Stitching In New Video

Google has a new Webmaster Help video out about content that takes text from other sources. Specifically, Matt Cutts responds to this question: Hi Matt, can a site still do well in Google if I copy only a small portion of content from different websites and create my own article by combining it all, considering I will mention the source …

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Google’s Cutts Talks Link Limits

Google has put out a new Webmaster Help video about how many links you should have on a page. In summary, Google used to advise people not to have more than a hundred links on a page, but now you can get by with more than that. According to Cutts there’s no real limit, though there might be. Just don’t …

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