Video: Google's Adam Lasnik Interviewed

Feb 21, 2008 • 9:37 am | comments (1) by twitter | Filed Under Google Search Engine Optimization
 

Lee Odden at TopRankBlog has interviewed Adam Lasnik about Google at SES London which is occurring right now.

Adam talks about his role, which is to assist with webmaster communications. In the brief Q&A with Lee, talks about rich media websites and that they should be compatible with mobile phones and other devices (and that you shouldn't stuff keywords - everything on Flash sites should reflect the text). He also talks about duplicate content and that the authorship should be attributed properly to avoid any penalties. Adam discusses the hierarchy of websites and that you should link to your important pages from your front page, in addition to other interesting Google topics. You can watch the video here:

My summary doesn't do it justice because I'm encouraging you to watch it. So go for it, hit the Play button. :)

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Comments:

No Name

02/22/2008 01:34 am

Thanks for the video, the duplicate penalty issue has always been going on and Adam shed some good light on the matter

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