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Stitching In Website Marketing

When it comes to website marketing, we’ve all heard that Content is king. With the explosion of the Internet – and more recently, the social media machine – Content is everywhere. The massive amount of information created everyday is far too much to keep up with. And it isn’t all exactly what is considered “quality” […]

Google’s Matt Cutts: Redirecting Users by Location is Not Spam

In a recent video, Matt Cutts stated that geo-location or redirecting users based on location is not considered spam. However, cloaking and showing Googlebot content that is not visible to users is considered spam. Geo-location is when a website uses geo-detection techniques to show users specific information based on their location. An example would be […]

Matt Cutts Announces New Link Reports in Webmaster Tools

On August 8th, Google announced the addition of the Manual Action Tool in Google Webmaster Tools. This week, they have also announced another update to the way in which links are reported. It seems that Google is attempting to supply webmasters with the means to clean up their act—should they need to. Last week, at […]

Using Expandable Menus for Content

I recently had a web developer ask if using expandable menus to “hide” text on a webpage was an acceptable practice. In this particular case, their client felt that a big block of content on the landing page took away from the visual appeal of that page and a compromise was reached with the developer […]

Matt Cutts – Style Icon?

Matt Cutts.  Google Chief, tech whiz, style icon?? Matt is the head of Google’s webspam team and has quite an impressive background.  He has degrees in both computer and mathematic sciences, held top level security for the Department of Defense and also wrote the program that filters out adult content for Google.  He joined the […]

Google’s Over SEO Penalty: What Good Sites Have & Don’t Have

At the South By Southwest (SXSW) conference in Austin, Texas during an open panel entitled “Dear Google & Bing: Help Me Rank Better!” Google’s engineer Matt Cutts hinted at a new Over SEO penalty (at the 16:09 mark) that (if not already) will be implemented into their algorithm VERY soon. He called it “leveling the […]