Google's Matt Cutts Talks Facebook/Twitter Links' Influence on Search Ranking

21 12 2010

We recently looked at how Google and Bing use links on Twitter and Facebook for organic ranking, following an informative piece from Danny Sullivan on the matter. Google’s Matt Cutts has now addressed the subject a bit more in a new video uploaded to Googles’ Webmaster Help Channel .

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Ways to Get Fresh Links to Old Content for Better Search Rankings

6 02 2010

You may have gotten some good links in the past, but don’t count on them helping you forever. Old links go stale in the eyes of Google. Do you still get links to old content?

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Ways to Get Fresh Links to Old Content for Better Search Rankings





Is PageRank Affected by Google Links?

2 09 2009

In the latest Google Webmaster Central YouTube Channel upload from Matt Cutts, he talks about whether or not Google places value on its own links with regards to Pagerank. Cutts took on the following user question: Question: Does Google value its own links for PR/Linkjuice? Google Bookmarks, Google Profiles, etc

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Is PageRank Affected by Google Links?





Cutts, Sullivan Weigh In On Paid Links

11 12 2007

The wild debate about Google’s increasingly hardline stance against paid links looks like Wimbledon, with Matt Cutts taking on Rich Skrenta, while Danny Sullivan volleys against Michael Gray.

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Cutts, Sullivan Weigh In On Paid Links





Paid Links Still Evil To Google

3 12 2007

Google continues to beat the drum about passing PageRank through paid links as Matt Cutts weighed in on the topic with another request that webmasters use the ‘nofollow’ attribute for them. Paid Links Still Evil To Google Though plenty of places in the Northern Hemisphere shiver in chilly temperatures, webmasters will continue radiating heat after the latest double-barreled barrage from Google’s loquacious engineer. Paid links have a long history of annoying Google due to the way they can affect organic rankings.

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Paid Links Still Evil To Google