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Posted On September 28, 2013By Storm WilliamsIn Tech Quotes

Matt Cutts Not Using Google Keep; What About You?

Matt Cutts confessed that he is not using his company’s Google Keep service in his current work flow. [quote cite=”Matt Cutts” url=””] I can already imagine someone asking “Okay, but what about Google Keep?” I’m not opposed to Google Keep, but at this point I’ve found various third-party solutions that interoperate with Google Tasks and work well for me on Chrome and Android. Plus I already have my data in Google Tasks, so for the time being I like these solutions for Google Tasks. [/quote]Read More
This is the sort of post many SEO experts really do not want to be reading. However, Matt Cutts – head of Google’s Webspam team recently shared an email his colleague received from a so-call SEO expert promising to drive more traffic to his website Wait… did I miss something! How can you get it so wrong. Here is Matt Cutts post on the matter and the email in question: Folks at Google get cold-call emails out of the blue just like everybody else. Here’s an email that a colleague of mineRead More
In a new blog post, Matt Cutts – the head of Google’s Webspam team, confirmed that Penguin 2.0 – the next generation of the Penguin webspam algorithm rollout is now complete (on May 22, 2013). “About 2.3% of English-US queries are affected to the degree that a regular user might notice, Matt Cutts explains. “The change has also finished rolling out for other languages world-wide. The scope of Penguin varies by language, e.g. languages with more webspam will see more impact.” In the video below, Matt Cutts explains what users can expect from the new PenguinRead More
During the process of spring cleaning his blog, the head Google’s Webspam team, Matt Cutt published several blog posts on his personal blog. One of these gems is this article, debunking the theory that Google is evil after all, in relation to the way the manipulate search results. Specifically, the article addressed concerns raised by a news article which states, Search giant kicks Swiss blogger out of the index.  Matt Cutts appears to have taken offense to this part of the article: heute:Congratulations, you are one of the first Swiss citizens to beRead More