Should Webmasters & SEOs Contact Matt Cutts of Google?

Sep 5, 2007 • 9:10 am | comments (5) by twitter | Filed Under Other Google Topics
 

I don't know about you, but a lot of webmasters think that Matt Cutts has unlimited time and can answer everyone's individual requests about their websites. Matt Cutts apparently gives off the impression of omnipresence. And now, a DigitalPoint Forums member actually wants to speak with him. As if this territory has never been visited before.

Tamar and Matt - SES San Jose 2007 (Oh my, is that a picture of me and Matt? Why yes, it is!)

The thing is, Matt is just one guy. Matt has a ton of obligations. Matt is not the sole voice of Google. Matt writes in his blog that he can't answer every webmaster individually and that you should visit Google Groups.

Matt can't give everyone personal attention as much as he'd like to. (He'll give me personal attention, but that's because I'm special.) So if you need to speak with Matt or someone from Google, visit the Google Groups.

Forum discussion continues at DigitalPoint Forums.

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Comments:

Matt Cutts

09/05/2007 11:30 pm

I dropped a note; we'll see if his questions are the sort that can be asked in public and would help everyone to know.

Mike Geeks.com

09/06/2007 04:28 pm

OK Tamar - I will leave Matt off my dinner party E vite.....thanks for the info! ;)

Rose

09/15/2007 01:03 am

I visited the Google groups as I was hoping Matt could solve a debate with one yes or no answer. Knowing Matt was not the only voice, I was hoping anyone would reply. I found those at the group Rude. I often help on Blogger help group and it is a different environment all together.

wayne

06/11/2010 01:07 pm

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Jennimag

12/29/2010 01:04 am

I have been google bombed by somone who has it out for me.I know nothing about computers but when i google my name her quotes come up from gabberface.How do I stop this?

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