John Battelle's Interview of Matt Cutts

Oct 2, 2006 • 9:21 am | comments (2) by twitter | Filed Under Google Search Engine Optimization
 

On the heels of the announcement by Barry that Google's Matt Cutts would be joining us on Webmasterradio.fm's The Pulse, we wanted to let you know about an interview that Matt had given to John Battelle that was published last week at John's Search Blog. John is one of the undisputed early leaders of the Search Engine Optimization industry, and his book "The Search" is often cited at industry conferences and within forums and blogs as being a must-read for SEO.

In the interview, Matt clarifies his official role at Google, and discusses "Google Pray," manual web spam removal teams at Google, and the news that W3C schools is selling links on high PageRank pages.

A short thread introducing the interview was posted last week at DigitalPoint Forums.

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Comments:

Rev Alucard

11/10/2011 07:32 pm

Whoosh. Was just trying to get Google to:- A. Like My idea. B. Advertise me. C. Promote me. They say dreams can come true. Just trying to find out who,"They", are. Many, many thanks for any/all your help. Reverend Alucard of reverendalucard.org 

Believer in Jesus

03/31/2013 01:26 pm

I think putting Cesar Chavez on google home page today is disgusting!! Today is Easter and Jesus should be put there not a communist oppressor!!

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