Matt Cutts: What all Google is doing to sort webmasters queries?

With thousands of webmasters on the internet, addressing each individual webmaster’s issue is beyond the reach of Google for now. Matt Cutts in his recent podcast said that there are possibilities that Google can come up with a queries resolution product for webmasters in near future till then the official web forums, discussion boards and […]

Get Answer to the Most Mystifying Question that “Does Downtime of your Website for a Day have an effect on your Page Rank?”

Matt Cutts published a new video on the Google Webmaster Help Channel on YouTube with regards to answering the question ““I got a “Googlebot can’t access your site” message in Webmaster Tools from my host being down for a day. Does it affect my rankings when this happens?”” posed by  one of the individuals. Matt […]

Google Sets Many Ranking Updates for Sites without Smartphone Configuration

Google is set to unleash more ranking updates for mobile sites that have been badly configured for smartphone users. This move has triggered “several ranking changes” through which the performance of such sites will be improved apart from providing more security. If this move becomes successful, then the whole idea of accessing internet through smartphones […]

Google’s new version of penguin 2.0 all set to impact Black Hat Web Spammers

Google rolls out the much awaited Penguin 2.0 version as announced by Matt Cutts few weeks ago. This version is considered as a generation next version of the Penguin, which is going to have a big impact on certain areas of SEO especially web spam. Cutts emphasises, “It’s a brand new generation of algorithms. The […]

Justifying Answer by Matt Cutts to the Webmaster Question “How does Google think about search quality when it relies on subjective signals?”

If you are looking for answer to your confusing question that How can Google be confident with their SERPs, when it is depending on intrinsically subjective signals which have an impact on the websites display that is making use of human “Quality Raters” for evaluating the entire list of domains without giving the context of […]

Why does Google show multiple results from the same domain? [video]

In Google’s latest Webmaster Help video, Matt Cutts discusses about multiple results from the same domain, and how Google handles them in its latest Webmaster Help video. Specifically, he responds to the following user-submitted question: Why does Google continue to present multiple results from one domain on a search result? (Does it really benefit the […]