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  1. Matt Cutts: Bad Grammar in Comments Isn't a Negative Google Ranking Factor

    But if it's a real person and they are leaving a comment and the grammar is not slightly perfect, that usually reflects more on them than it does on your sites, so I wouldn't stress out about that. It is worth noting that he states nonsense...

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

    One anonymous (and somewhat trollish) comment left on Cutts' blog was by someone who took exception to the fact that Cutts accepted a guest post on this blog before, albeit from Vanessa Fox who worked for the Google Sitemaps team at the time.

  3. Twitter Speak From @ to Z – Terms & Definitions

    In most cases, a change is made because simply pressing "retweet" takes away a lot of characters spaces (you're only allowed 140 remember) and that person might want to insert their own comment as opposed to keeping the whole title, etc.

  4. Writing Content for Users vs. Search Engines: Is There Still a Difference?

    Meta keywords were deprecated, the notion that it was necessary to embed keywords repeatedly slowly faded (a comment here and there about keyword stuffing may have helped). As Google's approach to search and spam control evolved, a great many...