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Matt Cutts

In his latest Google Webmaster Help video, Matt Cutts answers a great question from a webmaster in Phoenix, Arizona, who wanted clarification for the best depth and style of writing on the web. Is it better to write as if you are writing for other experts, assuming you are one in your own industry, or […]

A new video was posted today on the Google Webmaster Help YouTube Channel, in which Matt Cutts answers a question from Gary Taylor, a webmaster in the UK, about duplicate content. Gary Taylor from Stratford Upon Avon, UK, asks: How does Google handle duplicate content and what negative effects can it have on rankings from […]

A new video was posted on the Google Webmaster Help Channel on YouTube today with a response to a great question about guest blogging from someone who calls himself ‘Google baba’. For those who are unaware, guest blogging is primarily used by marketers to build backlinks to their website by providing value to another website […]

I’ve always wondered why black hatters choose to sell link services on open forums, whether it be on a blog network or web 2.0 properties – the people doing so must be extremely stupid, naive or both. They’re always claiming that their super duper invincible service leaves behind no footprint and is therefore Google-proof, which […]

You might recall a post I wrote back in October, in which I embedded a tweet from Matt Cutts which was a reply to a question about the possibility of a PageRank update before 2014, to which Matt responded “I would be surprised if that happened.” Sounded as good as a definitive no to me, […]

Matt Cutts has just released a new video on the Google Webmaster Help YouTube Channel with a great response to a strange question about content stitching from Rajesh in India. For those who don’t know, content stitching is when a post or page consists of mainly quotes or pieces of content which has been copied […]

A new video was recently posted on the Google Webmaster Help channel on YouTube regarding the number of links allowed on a single page following a great question from Seda in London, UK. 100 Links? Not anymore… It has long been thought that Google would penalise a website for having 100 or more links on […]

What would you like to see from Webmaster Tools in 2014? That’s what Matt Cutts is asking in a new post which he published yesterday on his personal blog. He did a similar thing a couple of years ago, and many of the current features are a direct result of that. Webmaster Tools – 2014 […]

There has been a lot of confusion among webmasters since Google rolled out their disavow tool in order to combat link schemes and assist webmasters with cleaning up their link profiles. In a new video posted today, Matt Cutts answers a great question from a webmaster from my homeland (UK) and partially clears up the […]

Matt Cutts, head of Webspam at Google, released a new video yesterday regarding the correct usage of meta descriptions following a great question from a webmaster from the Netherlands. Unique vs. Duplicate vs. None Walter from Leiden, Netherlands, asks: “Is it necessary for each single page within my website to use a unique metatag descriptions?” […]