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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? It's no wonder why people don't trust SEO (as an industry). We (the "good guy" SEO companies) keep saying that you "can't do this" (and we...

  2. Matt Cutts Says 'Stop' Guest Blogging for SEO: Here's Everything You Need to Know

    Google's Distinguished Engineer Matt Cutts, posting on his personal blog, advises webmasters to no longer use guest blogging as a way to gain links. Because over time it's become a more and more spammy practice, and if you're doing a lot of guest...

  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. But you know if people are spamming or you hire a bad SEO, that can lead to unpredictable results.

  4. Matt Cutts on Links & How to Succeed With Content Marketing

    Eric Enge of Stone Temple Consulting did it again in another info-packed interview with Google's Distinguished Engineer Matt Cutts. But the first and most important step is to completely re-engineer your approach.

  5. Penguin 2.0 Forewarning: The Google Perspective on Links

    In fact, here's what Google's Distinguished Engineer Matt Cutts said about it in my last interview with him, when I asked him if he felt the concept of link building was itself problematic: Even without these problems it is likely that the great...

  6. SEO 101: Meet the White Hats, Gray Hats, Black Hats & Asshats

    But if you don’t believe me, look what Google’s Distinguished Engineer Matt Cutts had to say when asked at SMX Advanced 2012 whether Google hates SEOs. We all know search engines aren’t perfect and sometimes junk gets in (OK, a lot of times) and...

  7. Google’s Rating Guidelines Adds Page Quality to Human Reviews

    As a reminder, Google’s Distinguished Engineer Matt Cutts insists that these ratings don’t “directly” affect the search engine results. The people behind high-quality pages ensure their content is the star of the page, rather than ads or other...