Posts Tagged ‘Matt Cutts’
<< by Alex Katzen on August 30th, 2013
After Matt Cutts’ big announcement last week, +1s Have No Direct Impact On Rankings, I’m focusing this week’s theme around search engine optimization.
- Check out these 5 Clever Ways to Leverage PR for SEO Success (Search Engine Watch)
- Whether you’re a marketer, blogger or just someone who uses the web and search engines (everyone, right?) here are 8 SEO Tips Everyone Should Know (Vriron)
- It’s always good to see the other side of things, so here’s Target Marketing’s SEO Beyond Keywords: 4 New Tactics (Targeting Marketing Mag)
- SEO is also big in the social media world- Twitter Teaches You How to Hashtag (Mashable)
Feel free to comment below or retweet us at @SearchMojo!
<< by Janet Driscoll Miller on June 12th, 2013
To finish off the first day of SMX Advanced, Danny Sullivan held a question and answer session with Google’s Matt Cutts.
Matt said that there had been an update of Panda about six weeks ago. NormallyPanda updates occur about once per month. They are looking at how to pull some people out of the “grey” zone right now. Panda has almost reached the “steady” state where the updates aren’t as drastic. New Panda data becomes part of the index rolling out new panda updates about ten days out of every month. It’s now a small enough incremental change.
<< by Janet Driscoll Miller on August 10th, 2009
Tonight the official Google Webmaster Central blog (and Matt Cutts) announced the release of “caffeine” for testing in the Google sandbox. Caffeine is deemed by Cutts and his fellow bloggers at the Webmaster Central blog as “the next generation of search” and aims to “push the envelope on size, indexing speed, accuracy, comprehensiveness and other dimensions”.
How Do Search Results Differ
On first blush, the search results are only slightly different. For instance, a search for “search mojo” today in Google yields the following results:
<< by Amanda Sides on May 18th, 2009
Google Search Options. Referred to as a handy “toolbelt” by Marissa Mayer. This feature allows you to have a customization option to filter your search results. Simply click on “Show options…” link and then choose from the available links, such as related searches, wonder wheel, and sort by time, to filter your results displayed.
Google Squared. This Google Lab is said to be scheduled to launch later this month. You can type a search query and Google tries to build a “square” that can be saved. The example Matt Cutts gives is with the query “small dogs”. If that is what you search, Google will returns types of small dogs, along with a few facts about each type. You can customize your square by adding rows for the different types, along with new columns (i.e. “energy level”). Google will try to pull facts from across the web to fill in your requested square data.