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Google's Matt Cutts Goes on Leave, but Says Don't Panic

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Google's Matt Cutts is taking a break until November to spend quality time with his wife, he says, but don't panic - he's leaving webspam in the capable hands of the team at Google and offered up resources for people to learn and stay informed. Google's Matt Cutts is taking a break until November to spend quality time with his wife, he says, but don't panic - he's leaving webspam in the capable hands of the team at Google and offered up resources for people to learn and stay informed. 0 Comments

Google's Matt Cutts: Here's How to Deal With Short-Term Duplicate Content Issues

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If your website sometimes has minor duplicate content issues, how can you avoid being caught in Google's duplicate content filter? Google's Distinguished Engineer Matt Cutts explains when you should use rel=canonical in such instances. If your website sometimes has minor duplicate content issues, how can you avoid being caught in Google's duplicate content filter? Google's Distinguished Engineer Matt Cutts explains when you should use rel=canonical in such instances. 0 Comments

Matt Cutts: Larger Websites Don't Automatically Rank Higher on Google

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Having a large amount of indexed pages doesn't automatically give you a higher ranking, but having more pages provides more potential for someone to link to your site as well as getting overall search traffic on those internal pages. Having a large amount of indexed pages doesn't automatically give you a higher ranking, but having more pages provides more potential for someone to link to your site as well as getting overall search traffic on those internal pages. 0 Comments

Is Google Getting Ready to Retire PageRank?

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If you eagerly watch your PageRank bar to check for any tiny little fluctuation, you've probably noticed that it hardly ever changes. In a new video, Google's Matt Cutts says "the PageRank indicator will probably start to go away a little bit." If you eagerly watch your PageRank bar to check for any tiny little fluctuation, you've probably noticed that it hardly ever changes. In a new video, Google's Matt Cutts says "the PageRank indicator will probably start to go away a little bit." 0 Comments

Matt Cutts: Google Penguin 2.1 is Going Live Today

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Google Penguin 2.1 is launching today, according to Google's Distinguished Engineer Matt Cutts. The first update to the second-generation Penguin algorithm designed to target web spam will affect "~1% of searches to a noticeable degree." Google Penguin 2.1 is launching today, according to Google's Distinguished Engineer Matt Cutts. The first update to the second-generation Penguin algorithm designed to target web spam will affect "~1% of searches to a noticeable degree." 0 Comments

Matt Cutts on Google's International Spam-Fighting Efforts

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Google engineers fight spam in 40 different languages throughout the world, according to Matt Cutts, but English search spam in the U.S. on Google.com tends to get more attention, since not every engineer can speak specific languages. Google engineers fight spam in 40 different languages throughout the world, according to Matt Cutts, but English search spam in the U.S. on Google.com tends to get more attention, since not every engineer can speak specific languages. 0 Comments

Google Penguin 2.0 Casualties: Why Sites Got Hit

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It's now been one week since Google Penguin 2.0 went live. Google's Matt Cutts promised the new generation of Penguin would go deeper, and it seems to have lived up to that promise. Here are some early findings from sites hit by Penguin. It's now been one week since Google Penguin 2.0 went live. Google's Matt Cutts promised the new generation of Penguin would go deeper, and it seems to have lived up to that promise. Here are some early findings from sites hit by Penguin. 0 Comments