All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Quality Raters’

Latest Google Search Quality Rating Guidelines Leaked

As you may know, Google has a group of people called quality raters, who evaluate the quality of sets of search results. Here’s a video of Matt Cutts discussing how Google uses these people: And here he is talking about them more: Last year, Google posted what it called the “CliffsNotes” version of the Search Quality Rating Guidelines document for …

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Matt Cutts Talks Quality Raters’ Impact On Algorithms, Says Guidelines May Be Made Public

While it has been known that Google’s “quality raters” (the people who judge sets of search results behind the scenes) don’t directly influence Google’s algorithms, there is still a misconception out there to the contrary. Nobody at Google (as far as we know) is looking at these sets of search results and voting sites up and down as if they …

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Matt Cutts Sheds More Light On Google’s Quality Raters Process

Internet marketer Jennifer Ledbetter (otherwise known as PotPieGirl) wrote a post last month about the Google Quality Raters (you know, those people Google’s Matt Cutts and Amit Singhal talked about in that famous Wired interview about the Panda update, which look at search results and rate the quality, giving their feedback to the company). In that post, she wrote, “Now …

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