Showing posts with label Matt cutts video. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Matt cutts video. Show all posts

Tuesday, 17 December 2013

How does Google manage duplicate content?

How does Google manage duplicate content?/How does Google treat duplicate content?/How does Google tackle duplicate content?

Matt Cutts ,Google’s head of search spam, a video about duplicate content Can having duplicate content on your website affect rankings in Googles' search results? Matt's response: duplicate contents happens.





"How does Google handle duplicate content and what negative effects can it have on rankings from an SEO perspective?"

Matt said that somewhere between 25% to 30% of the content on the web is duplicative and you don’t have to worry about it. Google doesn’t treat duplicate content as spam. Matt tells us Google looks for duplicate content and tries to group it all together and treat it as one piece of content..For more details see this video



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Tuesday, 10 December 2013

Matt Cutts Said How Can A Site Recover From A Period Of Spamming Links?

Latest video, Google’s Matt Cutts published a video answered the question ”How can a site recover from a period of spamming links?”
The example given: How did Interflora turn their ban in 11 days? Can you explain what kind of penalty they had, how did they fix it, as some of us have spent months try to clean things up after an unclear GWT notification. How to help report false positives?

Wednesday, 27 November 2013

Matt Cutts: No Limit on Number of Links on a Page

Matt Cutts Said their is no limit on number of links on a page...


Matt cutts answering a question “How many links on a page should we have? Is there a limit?” Matt said that 100 links limit was actually removed in 2008 itself.Technically, it was not limit on number of links, it was limit on page size of 100KB, as they assumed that if one link size is 1KB, than its fine to have 100 links on certain page, but it was for old age algorithms and not valid any more for modern web to have limits on page size.

Google’s Matt Cutts posted a video explained that there is no limit on number of links which a single page can have, there can be more than 100’s of links per page if they are not of spammy nature and Google will not penalize you for that.

Matt explained that webmasters can have as many as link they want on any of web page, and there is no restrictions, with change of how web page contain rich media, images, Content and other web elements, the limit on page size which Google bots can crawl also increased and hence the number of the links.

Wednesday, 20 November 2013

Matt Cutts said should we use disavow tool without receiving a warning!!!!

Matt says the main purpose of the disavow tool is to clean up links acquired as a result of doing bad SEO.
Matt Cutts, head of Google's web spam team, post a video about disavowing links in his latest video where a user writes in to ask:

Should webmasters use the disavow tool, even if it is believed that no penalty has been applied? For example. if we believe ‘Negative SEO’ has been attempted, or spammy sites we have contacted have not removed links.
Matt says there’s no cause to worry about disavowing links even without receiving a message about them in your Google Webmaster console.
In which cases you can use this tool even without a manual action?
1. Once you have ready to drop all other options in attempting to get those links removed from the web, it would be a perfect time to use the disavow tool.

Tuesday, 29 October 2013

Does a site rank better if it has a lot of indexed pages?


Google’s head of search spam Matt Cutts from discussing it further in a new Webmaster Help Video in response to the user-submitted question:

Does a website get a better overall ranking if it has a large amount of indexed pages?

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