Matt Cutts Does Q&A Session At Blog

Mar 31, 2006 • 7:50 am | comments (1) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine Optimization
 

Matt Cutts posted a blog entry he named Q & A thread: March 27, 2006, in where he answered a nice amount of questions posted in his blog, over the past couple weeks. The entry is well worth a read, if you have not seen it yet. Since then there have been over 75 approved comments on that entry. I do not know how Matt deals with all of that. :) Anyway, here are some solid snippets from the Q&A;

Q: “Is Bigdaddy fully deployed?” A: Yes, I believe every data center now has the Bigdaddy upgrade in software infrastructure, as of this weekend.

Q: “This datacentre http://64.233.185.104/ works differently to all of the others. Noticed just a few hours ago. . . . . Where does that DC fit into the scheme of things? Is it mainly made from newly spidered data?” A: Sharp eyes, g1smd. That wouldn’t surprise me. As Bigdaddy cools down, that frees us up to do new/other things.

Q: “I am seeing a lot of sites with “%09″ (tab) and “%20″ (space) in front of the URL in Googles index.” A: I’ll ask someone about that.

Much more at his blog.

But the forum discussion on this entry is at DigitalPoint Forums.

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