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  1. Search Engine Optimization Companies: Break Google's Rules to Get Top Rankings?

    So here's a question for Google's Distinguished Engineer Matt Cutts: why does Google like this site so much? We (the "good guy" SEO companies) keep saying that you "can't do this" (and we have seen penalties and know this to be true), but when the...

  2. Mobile SEO: 5 Ways to Ensure Your Brand's Content is Optimized

    Mobile is probably growing faster than anyone in the room expects," said Google's Distinguished Engineer Matt Cutts at SES San Francisco in September. Google's recent Hummingbird algorithm and the arrival of KitKat are forcing agencies and brands...

  3. Google's Matt Cutts on Search vs. Social: Don't Rely on Just One Channel

    This is actually the topic of the latest Google webmaster help video from Google's Distinguished Engineer Matt Cutts. Google will constantly be upgrading its algorithm, Cutts said. He said webmasters could probably spend their time better than...

  4. SES San Francisco Keynote: Google's Matt Cutts & Patrick Thomas on Search Engine Censorship

    SES San Francisco kicked off today with a keynote featuring Google's Distinguished Engineer Matt Cutts and Patrick Thomas, a specialist on Google's User Policy team, who walked through several difficult decisions Google's search team has faced...

  5. Google Targets Spammy Queries, Bad Mobile Sites With New Ranking Updates

    Google’s Distinguished Engineer Matt Cutts has announced that a new ranking update, one that targets spammy queries is now live. In addition, just as site speed has played a part in Google’s web search ranking algorithm since 2010, you can expect...

  6. How to Check the Status of Google Penguin Link Removals Using Screaming Frog or Deep Crawl

    Google's Distinguished Engineer Matt Cutts announced that Penguin 2.0 went live on May 22 and webmasters braced for the worst. With the release of the much-anticipated algorithm update, many in the industry wondered how bad the damage would...

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

    It's no conspiracy that Google wants to make profits, but Google's Distinguished Engineer Matt Cutts has come out swinging against an often repeated "conspiracy theory," arguing that all Google updates are designed only to improve the user...

  8. Google Penguin 2013: How to Evolve Link Building into Real SEO

    Google's Distinguished Engineer Matt Cutts recently stated that Google is actually pulling back on Panda because of too many false positives. To make matters worse, Google likes to take large manual actions just prior to major algorithm updates.