Google's Matt Cutts Goes Oy Vey

Dec 11, 2012 • 8:26 am | comments (7) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine Optimization
 

Matt Cutts Goes Oy VeyIn a recent video by Google's Matt Cutts, he answered a question on How can I make the pages on my site unique?

His answer and response was pretty funny in that it was the first time he went ahead and took of his glasses and put his head in his hand. It was his "Oy Vey," how can you ask such a question reaction.

So I decided to make an animated gif out of his response and put it at the main picture on this post.

Oh and if you want to watch the video, here it is below:

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Comments:

Robin331

12/11/2012 02:00 pm

clowns

ethalon

12/11/2012 02:38 pm

...are horrifying

Kevin Nave

12/11/2012 02:52 pm

that is priceless. I cannot believe someone asked him that.....goes to show you get what you pay for!

YTG

12/11/2012 03:24 pm

Was this one asked by a Googler too? This is Google's bread and circus, actually crumbs and circus to distract you from their SERP manipulation. Matt The Clown chose the question, so why is he surprised?

Robin331

12/11/2012 04:44 pm

hollywood miss him 8-P

Amy E. Dixon

12/12/2012 02:30 pm

Classic!

Matt Fielding

12/12/2012 07:07 pm

Typical MC - the guy wasn't asking about how to create "great content", he asked a legit question about how to make his meta details unique across an ecommerce site with 000s of products. Matt isn't really the guy to ask, but why spend time making a video to answer the question if you're going to be this unhelpful? PS - I'd download your product feed to CSV and use excel to create title tags based on your product data, personally :)

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