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4 SEO Myths & Conspiracy Theories Google's Matt Cutts Wants to Die

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Paying for Google AdWords will get you higher organic search rankings! All algorithmic changes are designed to force people to buy AdWords ads! Tools will solve every SEO problem you've ever had! Yeah, don't believe everything you hear or read. Paying for Google AdWords will get you higher organic search rankings! All algorithmic changes are designed to force people to buy AdWords ads! Tools will solve every SEO problem you've ever had! Yeah, don't believe everything you hear or read. 0 Comments

Matt Cutts on Blog Comments, Links & Spam: Use Your Name, Not Keywords

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As long as you don't use blog comments as a way to increase your backlink profile, you post on topically relevant blogs, and you aren't using the a spammy keyword heavy name, but are using your real name instead, you should avoid penalties. As long as you don't use blog comments as a way to increase your backlink profile, you post on topically relevant blogs, and you aren't using the a spammy keyword heavy name, but are using your real name instead, you should avoid penalties. 0 Comments

9 Points to Ponder About the New iPhone 5S/5C

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The 5S and 5C sold more than 9 million units on opening weekend, so rumors of Apple’s demise clearly have been exaggerated. Let’s look at nine points to ponder about the new iPhone, both pros and cons, and what they might mean for us consumers. The 5S and 5C sold more than 9 million units on opening weekend, so rumors of Apple’s demise clearly have been exaggerated. Let’s look at nine points to ponder about the new iPhone, both pros and cons, and what they might mean for us consumers. 0 Comments

Matt Cutts: Google Didn't Make Panda & Penguin to Force People to Buy Ads

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Are algorithmic updates created solely to force webmasters to buy ads and increase Google's bottom line? While it's no conspiracy that Google wants to make profits, Google's Matt Cutts says updates are only designed to improve the user experience. Are algorithmic updates created solely to force webmasters to buy ads and increase Google's bottom line? While it's no conspiracy that Google wants to make profits, Google's Matt Cutts says updates are only designed to improve the user experience. 0 Comments

Can Google be Trusted to Do No Evil?

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Google has managed to build or acquire properties in which users just naturally leave tracks. Is it all part of a grandiose scheme to build a massive graph that can help convert a search engine into a knowledge engine? Or is something else going on? Google has managed to build or acquire properties in which users just naturally leave tracks. Is it all part of a grandiose scheme to build a massive graph that can help convert a search engine into a knowledge engine? Or is something else going on? 0 Comments

Google Tests 'Explore More' Option in Knowledge Graph Search Results

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A new Google Knowledge Graph test has been spotted – one that gives users the option to “Explore More” on the topic, displaying additional options around the query just below the search bar, in addition to the info box in the right sidebar. A new Google Knowledge Graph test has been spotted – one that gives users the option to “Explore More” on the topic, displaying additional options around the query just below the search bar, in addition to the info box in the right sidebar. 0 Comments

Should SEOs Prepare for the End of Google as We Know It?

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Despite all of the teeth-gnashing and wailing, Google can do exactly what it likes. It’s their search engine and it’s the biggest one out there. All I would like to know is whether they will ditch organic results and move to an entirely paid model? Despite all of the teeth-gnashing and wailing, Google can do exactly what it likes. It’s their search engine and it’s the biggest one out there. All I would like to know is whether they will ditch organic results and move to an entirely paid model? 0 Comments

Following the Nofollow Kerfuffle

Matt Cutts says Google changed its handling of nofollow last year, but no one noticed. Can that really be what happened? Matt Cutts says Google changed its handling of nofollow last year, but no one noticed. Can that really be what happened? 0 Comments