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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? Apparently, in order to rank for [search engine optimization companies], I should: On occasion, I'll search [search engine optimization...

  2. Matt Cutts: EXIF Image Metadata is 'Potentially' a Google Search Ranking Factor

    In the latest Google webmaster help video, Google's Distinguished Engineer Matt Cutts discusses whether EXIF data from pictures is a ranking factor in search results. Could webmasters potentially manipulate this information in order to rank better...

  3. 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. In that regard, it's also Google's prerogative to rank or not rank sites based on a wide variety of...

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

    Google's Distinguished Engineer Matt Cutts said that a website with a large number of pages won't automatically rank better than others. So adding more pages to your site won't help your home page automatically rank better than smaller sites.

  5. 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. You wondered if you should just throw in the hat when it comes to trying to rank in organic search results and maybe spend more...

  6. 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...