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

Matt Cutts

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

Think First, Link Later: Creativity in SEO

kenmcgiffindec1

If we’ve done a reasonable job of writing, we may well attract a lot of readers, tweets and shares, and maybe even a bunch of decent quality links. However, we’re unlikely to reach our objective of helping readers really learn. If we’ve done a reasonable job of writing, we may well attract a lot of readers, tweets and shares, and maybe even a bunch of decent quality links. However, we’re unlikely to reach our objective of helping readers really learn. 0 Comments

When Link Loss Ain't No Bad Thing

Allowing low quality links to degrade can have a positive effect on rank. Some observations from a real world example. Allowing low quality links to degrade can have a positive effect on rank. Some observations from a real world example. 0 Comments