Google’s Newest Update: Exact Match Domains

Google is continuing to keep webmasters on their toes. After the Panda update, followed soon after by the Penguin update, there has now been an algorithm change targeting exact match domain names. The change was announced at the end of September by Google head engineer Matt Cutts via … [Read more...]

Exact Match Domain Google Algorithm Update

28 September 2012 the owners of the domains that have the direct keywords in the names will remember for a long time. Last Friday some new tweets from Matt Cutts, the main spam fighter from Google, appeared and everything changed. Here are they: #1 Matt Cutts @mattcutts Minor weather report: small … [Read more...]

Will Google Really Devalue Links from Infographics?

A casual comment made by Google's webspam guru, Matt Cutts, during a recent online interview has started a firestorm of speculation about infographics and infographics links that has basically gone viral. This comment by Cutts has everyone worried, and the buzz—and the worry—haven't let up since. … [Read more...]

How Google Treats Social Signals

For many years now ranking high up in Google has been largely about acquiring links. This is not speculation or guesswork on the part of SEOs. Google themselves have come out and said as much themselves: "Your site's ranking in Google search results is partly based on analysis of those sites that … [Read more...]

W3C Validator not used in Google Search Engine Ranking Factors says Matt Cutts

There have been many arguments as to whether or not Google search engine ranking factors look for a clean code in a website. The W3C Schools have brought forth a very popular and widely used tool, called the W3C Validation and the CSS Validation. Basically, both these tools look at your HTML and CSS … [Read more...]