Thursday, 22 March 2012

Google’s Matt Cutts: ‘We will punish over SEO’d Sites’

As many would attest, huge modifications have been made in Seo lately (which you are able to improve with Senuke ), particularly over the last six months and it seems that Google’s hunger for change is continuing according to what Matt Cutts of Google has supposed to have said at a panel at SXSW named “Dear Google and Bing: Help me rank better!”

The audio which has been published and transcribed by Seo expert Barry Schwartz, hears Matt Cutts speaking about on page Search engine optimization and how Google are sure to try to stop over “SEO’d” sites trumping better content material web sites in search engine ranking positions. Cutts stated:

“We don’t normally pre-announce changes but there is something we are working in the last few months and hope to release it in the next months or few weeks. We are trying to level the playing field a bit. All those people doing, for lack of a better word, over optimization or overly Seo.”

Cutts says his team is doing work on a method to make the “GoogleBot smarter” so it can figure out between websites that use keywords to an excessive amount of on their sites along with developing a great number of links.

It's created as part of Google’s philosophy to become a better “relevance engine” rather than a search engine. It wants better high quality, more related content material to rank higher than over optimized web pages. Effectively the engineers are altering the GoogleBot so it ranks better content higher (which you are able to spread through Senuke) and penalizes somewhat low standard web sites, who've, for a lack of a better phrase, "keyword stuffed".

In many respects this is an unavoidable result of Google’s push to take on the Seo methods that they perceive distort their search engine ranking positions. With Panda three.3 making havoc with web blog networks, Google is truly pressing hard to make its web engine escape from ranking sites who use key phrases and link building as their main Seo strategy.

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