The All-Matt Cutts Channel
One website has collected the best of comments by Google engineer Matt Cutts into a list of 21 great tips from the best known engineer from the Googleplex who doesn’t own a jumbo jet.
Of course just because Matt Cutts hasn’t posted about owning a party plane doesn’t necessarily mean there isn’t a private hangar somewhere with Air Matt One parked and fueled for departure. When it comes to helping out webmasters, though, it’s hard to think of anyone more of a high-flier than Cutts.
The SEO Egghead site made a nice play for attention and inbound linking with its collection of 21 tips collated from the Cutts blog.
She has attended and spoken at some search-oriented conferences, as has Cutts and other Googlers, and her perspective on webmaster issues is welcome by those who can benefit from that knowledge. Whether she’ll gain a posse like the Cuttlets who follow Cutts around hasn’t been observed yet (but let us know if she does.)
Cutts gave his approval of the summaries in a comment response on the blog; he did clarify a “difference between a 301 and 302 – use a 302 for temporary moves, and if a move is permanent, use a 301” for redirects.
David Utter is a staff writer for WebProNews covering technology and business.