Google's Matt Cutts: "World Got Bored" Of Our Search Quality Highlights

Mar 12, 2014 - 8:32 am 11 by
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google boredNo we didn't! Google's Matt Cutts on Twitter last night responded to a tweet by A.J. Kohn about Google posting a change log. Matt Cutts responded on Twitter that they did indeed do that, they did, but "the world got bored."

I say, no we did not.

Google use to highlight the 50 + changes they made over the past couple months in search quality. Here is the post from March on the "Search quality highlights: 50 changes for March." They stopped doing that after several months. Why? Matt Cutts said the world got bored with them. Not the SEO world. We always covered them in detail.

Here is Matt's tweet:

We want them back! Don't you?

Forum discussion at Twitter.


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