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Matt Cutts Videos

Discussion in 'Google' started by CReed, Aug 1, 2006.

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    Should I worry about results estimates for 1) supplemental results 2) using the site: operator 3) with negated terms and 4) special syntax such as intitle: ? Answer: No. That’s pretty far off the beaten path.

    Why do 301s take so long to be reflected in supplemental results? It’s been months.

    I started appearing in the supplemental results in May–should I be worried?


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    Supplemental Results Q&A
     
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    Thanks for the link to that.
     
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    Static vs. Dynamic urls: does PageRank flow the same to both? What pitfalls should I avoid with dynamic urls?

    Can Sitemaps alert webmasters when their site has been hacked?

    Can I do geotargetting within Google’s Quality Guidelines?


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    CReed Notable Member

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    *Merging acquired domains with 301s?
    *How to create a site architecture with themes and keywords?
    *My urls have too many parameters–can I serve up static HTML to Googlebot instead?
    *How to do split A/B testing?


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    nice Q&A videos..
     
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    In a recent video matt talked about the usage of bold or strong in html, he stated bold would have a slight advantage over strong.
     
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    It would at the moment, but later on in the year (I guess) the bold tag will die out of validation since W3C are advising to strong.

    You can see when Matt posts more stuff from his blog.
     
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    Wow, thanks for the post. I will have to keep checking to see if he adds more. I am more of a listener than a reader, so this should really help. Kudos for the great post.
     
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    good find, but I take everything Cutts says with a few grains of salt. He's more a pr guy than an engineer the last few months, and half of what he says doesn't seem to resemble reality.
     
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    Didn't someone see him at Google Labs with a mop and a listening device?
     
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    lol, it wouldn't surprise me!
     
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    #13
    If you havn't heard, Matt Cutts has been releasing a series of videos relating to questions on his blog, with him answering them via video.

    Documented versions of 5 videos has been placed Here

    There was a few people on matts blog asking for a written version, so hopefully that will help people who are interested in being able to quote certain sections

    Take care

    Cheers :)
     
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    Hey AngelusC ,thanks for your contribution for the transript,
    I'm sick to listen English,Dp is really good forum full with warm heart person.
     
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    Thanks for the post. ++
     
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    its easier to do they video and it is much better for everyone
     
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    Some people aren't English as a first language, so its hard to listen to it when its spoken, especially in an American accent.
     
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    He also said the difference is so slight it shouldnt really matter and to use whatever is prefered for the site & visitor.
     
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    Thanks for the comments

    He has just released a few more, which i will have up within the hour

    I realise theres a lot of people with hearing difficulties, nationality difficulties, and hopefully even people can use my text to translate into other languages if they wish

    Take care

    CHeers :)
     
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    On Google Blogscoped Forum Matt said that they are actually treated the same.

     
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