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What should we expect in the next few months in terms of SEO for Google?

What should we expect in the next few months in terms of SEO for Google?

What should we expect in the next few months in terms of SEO for Google?
Matt Cutts, Mountain View

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  1. The next thing is to get visitors to your site after you have assembled it. This site is great enough to allow you to learning the way to make your zero rank website to be the first position on search engine. For more information type "speed rank seo" on Google.

  2. i think to get that spamy content and the cheap trick seo pages away from google serps is more than ok. did the people asking here really think that there will be no more updates on google algorithm? i think its a big help what information they give away – they do not need to give a single insight!

  3. They doing good but when people use to go to the pictures now they think the site disappears because they stay on google when they click on that picture.

  4. I was happy to see this video. However, I missed some points because his speech is not clear enough for me. I wish he would speak a little slower and a littler clearer.

  5. Matt, host clustering or clouding does not seem to be solved. Do a search for the term "rainbow vacuum" to see what I mean.

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  7. Look up the word "hypocrite" in the dictionary, and you'll see the Google logo.
    They'll penalize your site for having ads above the fold, but their search results pages are 90% ads above the fold.
    They'll penalize your site for too much "duplicate content" or "low value content" (not adding anything additional of value), but 100% of their search results are scraped directly from other sites.
    They break their own rules and make billions. You break their rules & they'll put you out of business.

  8. With all of these Google updates you have to do your best to be proactive and prepare for what Google's algorithms may entail in the future! too many companies are re-acting to its updates reguarly instead and thats not proving effective!

  9. Hi Matt, please give us more insight on the new Google Penguin 2.1 update, and how us SEO webmasters can learn more.

  10. Interesting: now at the end of September you have just told us about Hummingbird, but not a mention of it in May! You do mention Penguin 2.0 so I reckon this is a bird morphed to another bird 🙂

  11. Matt surely all links should be disavowed by default! webmasters should be able to then approve links in webmasters tools, if they are spammy then Google would be justified in taking action on the webmasters site that approved them. But please stop punishing websites that don't actually place the links, you guys are supposed to be smart! not the case. If you have any jobs I would be happy to teach you guys a bit of "logic" there are much easier ways of controlling the link problems.

  12. When website is valuable, but some of links are not you remove it from results. Is it just because regular user really cares abut what kind of links are coming to website he was looking for or you removed it just to sell more AdWords ?

  13. Product placement? he is already getting money from google, maker of chrome – so why not monetize the screen real estate??? ahhh, marketers … and we wonder why gmail is free, just look around your (gmail) email.

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