Matt Cutts

Matt Cutts On How Google Evaluates New Search Algorithm

By |April 2nd, 2014|

Matt Cutts – Google’s famed Head of Search Spam – post a video yesterday which answered how the internet giant evaluates which new search algorithms they use and which they throw away or adapt.

The question was posed by James Foster of Sydney, Australia who asked:
“What are some of the metrics that Google uses to […]

Google penalises MyBlogGuest – Ann Smarty Responds

By |March 20th, 2014|

Google’s head of spam Matt Cutts announced on Twitter at 2:13am, Wednesday that Google had taken action against a “large guest blog network”. Though, this time he didn’t specifically say which network had been hit.

Matt linked to his post on his personal blog ‘The decay and fall of guest blogging for SEO’, and cited […]

Matt Cutts: New and Softer Panda Algorithm Update Coming Soon

By |March 17th, 2014|

Matt Cutts, the head of Google’s search spam announced at Search Marketing Expo that his team are working on the “next generation” Panda update. A lot of search engine marketers at this point would sigh and say to themselves “not again”, but this update may prove to be the softest one released yet. Cutts […]

Google & Bing Agree – Past Search Engine Success Guarantees Nothing

By |February 3rd, 2014|

If you’re one of the people that has a website which has been around for over 10 years, you may have noticed that newer websites are now taking positions that you once owned on search engine results pages. Why does this happen? Is it spam? Or is it the fact that they’re just new […]

Guest Blogging is OK, But “Guest Blogging For SEO” is not; declares Google.

By |January 27th, 2014|

Publications that use guest bloggers and contributors can now relax. Google’s doesn’t plan on penalizing you under its new “guest blogging equals spam” warning put out last week. The company says that guest blogging is only bad when its main target is to gain links and influence rankings on Google. The head of Google’s […]

Matt Cutts On How Google Treats Hidden Content That Becomes Visible On Clicking

By |July 25th, 2013|

Matt Cutts On How Google Treats Hidden Content That Becomes Visible On Clicking
Matt Cutt’s latest video is about hidden content on websites that becomes visible when you click a button.

There is always general concern about hidden content and what is deemed to be hidden, but Matt Cutts reiterates it comes down to intention. If […]