Matt Cutts Answers Questions About Rel=Author and Misconceptions SEO Professionals Have

Time for more invaluable answers to questions about SEO from Google engineer and head of the webspam team, Matt Cutts. The first question we’re going to cover today has to do with the tag rel=author. A user asked if Google will be evaluating how this tag is used in the future and if those who …

Matt Cutts Answers Questions About Advertorials and SERP Subjectivity

It’s that time again! Time to talk about some questions and answers posted up on Matt Cutts’ YouTube channel. Matt Cutts is the head of the webspam team at Google and today he’s talking about advertorials. Advertorials are basically like native advertising but look much more like natural content or editorials. The problem here is …

Matt Cutts Answers SEO Questions About Common Mistakes, HTTP Vary: User-Agent and Negative SEO

It’s time once again to dive into some answers Google engineer, Matt Cutts, provided to questions on his YouTube channel. Hopefully his answers will give you the tools you need to make significant improvements in your own SEO strategies. The first question we’re going to cover has to do with the most common mistakes people …

Matt Cutts Answers Questions About SEO Links, Archives, and Reconsideration Requests

It’s that time of week once again where we sit down and talk about some recent answers Google engineer, Matt Cutts, provided to questions about common search engine optimization problems. First up is a question about using the same anchor text for several internal links on a site. The user was concerned that by doing …

Matt Cutts Answers Questions About Domain Names, Page Ranking, and Unnatural Links

It’s that time of the week once again, where we look at some of the questions Google engineer, Matt Cutts has been asked and the answers he provided. Hopefully, this will give you some good insights into current SEO practices and what you can do to further optimize your website. The first question had to …

Matt Cutts Answers Questions About PankRank, 301 Redirects, and Link Purchasing

It’s that time once again where we look at some recent questions and answers offered up by head Google engineer, Matt Cutts. As the resident SEO expert, he provides detailed answers to people all over the world about how they can make their sites rank higher in the search engine. First of all, a user …