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Google Q&A+ #March

Google Q&A+ #March

Andrey Lipattsev
Andrey Lipattsev – Search Quality Senior Strategist at Google (Ireland).
Andrey has been with Google since August 2010, starting as Search Quality Associate. He graduated from King’s St. Joseph’s Hall College, Oxford, UK/Universidad de Oviedo, Spain/Hull University, UK/Grenoble Graduate School of Business, France. He speaks 5 languages: Russian, English, Spanish, German and French.


Ammon JohnsAmmon Johns
Ammon Johns – innovative Online Marketing and SEO Pioneer. Ammon is Managing Director at Ammon Johns & Co.
Lives in Newhaven(UK)

Bill SlawskiBill Slawski
Bill Slawski – Director of Search Marketing at Go Fish Digital. Forbes put Bill in “Top 15 SEO Gurus 2015″.
Bill recently moved to Cardiff-by-the-Sea, CA.

Eric EngeEric Enge
Eric is CEO at Stone Temple Consulting, If you haven’t seen his with Mark Traphagen show “Here’s Why” you haven’t seen anything.
Lives in Southborough, MA

Rand FishkinRand Fishkin
Rand Fishkin, known as wizard of Moz joins this discussion, that surely makes it even more interesting. Forbes put Rand in “Top 15 SEO Gurus 2015″.
Lives in Seattle, WA


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  1. かつてヤフーが検索エンジンを独占したころすい星のごとく現れたグーグル。

    No te pierdas la nueva serie GOOGLE P&R (Preguntas y Respuestas). Hablamos de todo con Googlers y expertos SEOs pero esta vez eso si en Español. Visita el primer episodio de Google P&R en //

    En el primer episodio tuvimos al Googler Juan Felipe Rincón y los expertos Aleyda Solís, Gianluca Fiorelli, Fernando Maciá y Cristián Sepúlveda


  3. Cada ves que veo nuevamente este video me vuelvo a sorprender de las declaraciones de Andrey. Es mucho mas directo que John Mueller para decir las cosas.

  4. Wow, This the most information Google has ever freely given out Excellent Hangout! Thank you for having Andrey Lipattsev and thank you for the Transparency!

  5. Possible intellectual thoughts to think about: (a) What if there exist tangible measurable data which supports that Companies whom provide "Custom" manufactured products (not your typical off the shelf widgets or services or extablishments) continue to notice an overwhelming (statistically significant) customer base that continues to engage with a "custom" manufacturing businesses using land based computers / laptops. What if a responsive mobile presence is not the ideal choice for a customer when ordering a "custom" online product? How may this be deemed as cognative relativity? (b) How about a BETA program that allows Companies to provide (submit) concrete relevant data regarding it's accumulated results and interactions with it's customer base within the "custom" online industries (Or all industries, regardless). ie What if a "custom" manufacturer realizes No Charge Backs, No Returns or No Missed Deadlines over the course of 5 yrs via a BETA program? Wouldn't this be a the most highly relevant and both an interesting factor to weigh? (c) Thinking a Companies Core Values and Beliefs drive the overall purpose of a Company over time… i.e. then, now and 100 years from now? What if a Company unwittingly steered off their Core? Is it not wise to adjust? There has to be more then just clicks, time (as one pointed out – answer in 30 seconds or less), comments, likes, load times, responsive, links, keywords… and social currency? from which a Company's Core concrete foundation is built that continues to go un-noticed and un-measured? Is it not the purpose to give the prospect the best or one of the best experiences? Thank you for these interesting Q&A's.

  6. Interesting. However I do get a bit fed up with Google sometimes. Especially of late and how page 1 is now swamped with adverts.

  7. good conversation…clearly "it depends" is often the best (and easiest answer).

    A specific question I would like to see answered is whether Google applies any ranking priority associated with the TLD… we have been trained to stick with .com, .net, .org. domains. but recently I am seeing more results that suggest this is changing. I would be interested in any comments form Google or those who have also tested this.

  8. Very nicely done. Entertaining and informative. I especially liked the conversation around Rankbrain and machine learning. The funny bit about how we search on a desktop vs voice search. Whole minutes on the word "without." Can't wait for the next one. Count me in!

  9. "If you are writing in your own language you are working in less competitive environment and you are lifting the local economy."

    "India – fantastic programmers, all working for other countries, making other countries rich"

    This is not how economy works Ammon…. this is such a bad advice and wrong logic. It will be a good idea to abstain from talking about economics. Please keep your focus on SEO and stuff that you are good at.

  10. Min 54-55 – Ammon Johns should really not speak of areas he has no knowledge about, like economics and the ROI of working local vs working global…

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