62% Say Attacking Google's Matt Cutts Is Wrong

Apr 21, 2014 - 8:30 am 11 by
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SEO ThreatI am happy to say that the majority of our industry thinks that attacking Google's head of search spam, Matt Cutts, as wrong.

I ran a poll asking Should SEOs/Webmasters Attack Google's Matt Cutts?

This was an anonymous poll, so I expected the response to be much more negative but only 34% said they think it is appropriate to attack Matt Cutts. 62% said it is not appropriate and 4% said they do not know.

To learn more about this topic, see our post from couple weeks ago. Here is the poll image:

google matt cutts attacks

We had almost 500 responses to this poll, but... Disclaimer: Please see my poll disclaimer post before coming to any conclusions on these results.

Forum discussion continued at Cre8asite Forums.

Note: I am offline today and this post was pre-scheduled to be automatically posted. So if I am delayed in responding to issues or comments, I apologize in advance.


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