Daniel Dulitz, Google Engineer Interviewed by Mike Grehan

Dec 6, 2003 - 8:42 pm 0 by
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I first found this at Alan Webb's forum. It is basically a word for word dialog between Daniel Dulitz, a Google engineer and UK's Mike Grehan.

I am not sure of how recent it is, so if someone knows - please add a comment.

Mike Grehan and Daniel Dulitz discuss the following topics in this phone interview:

  • Daniel Dulitz Background and how he joined Google
  • The importance of PageRank and what it really means
  • Google's ability to crawl dynamic content and what GoogleBot likes and dislikes in relation to that
  • Flash and other Multimedia Content in relation to GoogleBot and Google's visitors
  • Paid Inclusion Possibilities at Google
  • What Google considers Cloaking
  • Keyword "themes" in relation to SEO
  • What Can get you banned from Google (not much)
  • Automated Querying of Google Server - A No No
  • Search Engine Industry dynamics and what it means to Google
  • And Yahoo!'s relationship with Google (Past, Present and Future)

I like this quote ""Utility" and "depth" really should be measured by a site's users."

Here is a link to the interview.removed


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