SEO Tips From Google In India

Jul 10, 2012 • 8:34 am | comments (9) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine Optimization
 

Just about six months ago, Matt Cutts and several of his team members spent a week or so in India to work with the search quality teams in the Hyderabad, India Google office. You can see Matt mention it on Google+ back in January 2012.

During his time there, he did a Google+ Hangout with several Googlers and accepted questions via chat, Twitter and Google+. About 6 months later, Google posted the video on YouTube for all to see.

Honestly, the video is a bit out of date, so things he mentions as being announced soon or in the past is a bit outdated. There are tons of useful nuggets for new SEOs but those who follow the SEO space daily, maybe you'll get one or two points from it.

The most fascinating thing to me is that he had about 10 Googlers on the hangout and Matt spoke probably 95% of the time, while Wysz spoke the rest. I am not sure why the other Googlers were on the hangout.

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Comments:

Aniruddha Badola

07/11/2012 11:19 am

If SEOs in India knew Matt was in Hyderabad, they would have lynched him. Serious!

newyorker_1

07/11/2012 11:44 am

his visiting pattern becomes much like Obama's visits to Afghanistan and Iraq - sudden and unannounced.

Varun Agrawal

07/11/2012 12:20 pm

why?

dawn596

07/11/2012 12:20 pm

not sure what you mean, he had announced it publicly...hmm, right, you were asleep all this time and woke up only now to brand Indian SEOs lynchers... good on you mate :)

guy

07/11/2012 01:16 pm

ads above fold, not so much... so we can put ads about fold at few of our pages. Also where that indians forum? i want to buy vital status!

Mo

07/11/2012 08:11 pm

India also know as the country of spamming the web

Aniruddha Badola

07/12/2012 11:24 am

hahahaha...yes you're right!!!

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