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Domainers need to know : Where in the world is Matt Cutts?

Matt Cutts, head of search spam at Google, is on a long sabbatical that many SEO specialists perceive as permanent. During the tenure of Matt Cutts, Google launched Penguin and Panda; these updates turned the world of search engine optimization and discoverability of domains and web sites upside down. It’s true: The Google Wolf 1.0 […]

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Matt Cutts : Google to block all web sites and domains except for Google.com

In a shocking announcement earlier today, Google SEO ‘baron’, Matt Cutts, announced the immediate roll-out of Google Wolf 1.0. Substituting cute names like Google Panda, and Google Penguin, the new Google Wolf 1.0 removes all web sites, domains, links and other useless content from Google. The only result to remain on Google, will be Google.com, […]

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Hilarious : The web site of Matt Cutts fails mobile-friendly test!

In a clear exertion of Big Brother force, Google is pushing for a ‘mobile-friendly’ web across its millions of stored web sites. Bigger than any Panda update, the push to pass the mobile-friendly test even has a deadline: April 21st. Creating extra work for thousands of web masters and developers that scramble to tune up […]

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Exact match domains: Say no to vertical videos!

Matt Cutts, SEO czar of Google, spoke lowly of “exact match domains” not too long ago. The ever-changing Google algorithm does not affect developed web sites; however, you might want to reconsider your parking of long tail domains as they receive zero ranking. A great example of an exact match domain with a humorous twist, […]

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You Never Get a Second Chance Sitting on the Bench; Google Removing BBC Link was ‘Not a Good Judgement’

PLUS:  Team Matt Cutts Is Going On Leave; Man Grabs Domain for Guy Fieri’s Controversial NYC Restaurant,…; Tweeting For “America’s Diner” — 5 Questions With The Guy Driving Denn; What About the Jobless Who Aren’t Looking? The New Playbook That Taps a $200 Billion Millennial Market; 35 SEO Copywriting Tips for Rocking Content and.. How […]

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You won’t find this domain infographic anywhere else!

We often get contacted by freelance writers, or content providers requesting “link love juice” in exchange for content or infographics. Not too long ago, Matt Cutts – the Google SEO baron – announced that guest posting is a practice that Google penalizes. It makes no difference to Google whether someone shared the guest posting first; […]

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Matt Cutts vs. Duane Forrester on SEO: Who wins?

Duane Forrester made an impressive closing session presentation and continued to interact with attendees long after its end, during NamesCon 2014 in Las Vegas. The man in charge of the Microsoft Bing webmaster tools, released a Monday salvo today; this time debunking a series of popular SEO myths set forth by Google and Matt Cutts. […]

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Google’s Matt Cutts: links will remain important for the next years

In a new video on YouTube, Google’s Matt Cutts talks about the methods that Google uses to determine the relevance of a web page. For the next years, backlinks will remain the most important ranking factor.

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How Social Signals Impact Search Engine Rankings

By: Raymond Hackney There is some talk back and forth whether or not social signals can be used to improve your ranking in the search engines. Now Matt Cutts recently said that social was not apart of the Google algorithm. Quick Sprout has put together an infographic that highlights where they do believe that social […]

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Matt Cutts: Guest blogging is a practice that must stop – or else

Matt Cutts, the SEO baron of Google, is about to make a lot of enemies in the collaborative blogosphere. Known for his off the cuff statements about content and SEO practices, Cutts seems to merely reflect on the ever-shifting Google algorithm. In a new blog post, titled “The decay and fall of guest blogging“, Matt […]

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