Google Still Loves Blogs, Says Matt Cutts

Sep 17, 2008 • 8:00 am | comments (3) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine Optimization

David Naylor asked if Google is starting to hate blogs, based on his blog having indexing issues. He gave several forms of evidence to support the issues Google is having when indexing his blog.

Well, blog owners and writers, do not worry, Matt said that Google still loves blogs. In a Sphinn thread, Matt said:

We still like blogs, I promise.

The issue with Dave's blog seems to be just that, an issue. Matt commented at Dave's blog saying:

I mentioned this post to the crawl/indexing team, so they may check it out–thanks for mentioning this.

So I assume things will get better for Dave's blog soon.

Forum discussion at Sphinn.

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Igor The Troll

09/17/2008 12:53 pm

Ha ha! Dave N spamming Google again? LOL All his Link Baiting catching up to him! Google bot is smart! ;-) I have no problem with my blog with regards to Google. Most of my posts are indexed by Google within one hour after publishing. Very often 15 minutes after publishing. I think the problem with the SEO blogs you guys interlink between each other too much. Google picks it up and devaluates your blog ranking eventhough you have high Google PR. Or maybe Google bot likes Trolls! LMAO


09/19/2008 09:21 am

Igor The Troll you so off the mark :)


11/03/2008 09:29 pm

Was wondering about that myself, because if you SEO correctly you out to be rewarded for it.

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