Google's Matt Cutts Goes a Year Without Posting at WebmasterWorld

Nov 5, 2009 • 8:14 am | comments (3) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under SEO & SEM Forum News
 

Google's Matt Cutts, the man who is incredibly responsible the idea of webmaster and search engine communication, has gone over a year without posting anything at WebmasterWorld.

His last post was on November 2, 2008 in a thread named Google.com SERP Changes - November 2008. His last post was in response to changes at Google, where Matt said "Nope, it wasn't a test, whitenight." Since then, we have covered monthly WebmasterWorld Google related threads on these topics, including the November 2009 report.

Of course, Matt is incredibly involved in webmaster communication. He is active on his blog, he publishes daily videos over here, writes at the Google Webmaster Blog and lives at conferences all year round.

Speaking of which, GoogleGuy's last post at WebmasterWorld was on July 24, 2008.

We miss the Google search folks at WebmasterWorld - I believe that is where this concept mostly got its start?

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Comments:

Matt Cutts

11/05/2009 06:23 pm

Huh. I stopped by WMW and didn't see the login form any more.

Barry Schwartz

11/05/2009 06:31 pm

WMW banned you? ;-)

Justin

11/05/2009 10:25 pm

Thanks for the Post, never knew of Matt until today. He made me laugh with the scalping he allowed associates to do. Learned a little about Adsense and Optimzation. I appreciate everyones help!

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