Google Might Publish On SEO Myths; Asks For Topics

May 24, 2017 • 7:59 am | comments (17) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine Optimization
 

We've seen over the years between Matt Cutts, John Mueller, Gary Illyes and other Googlers that they go off for periods of time debunking SEO/Google myths. Well, it seems like Gary got the itch to do a round of these and he is asking for some topics to myth bust.

Gary posted on Twitter that he is "thinking about doing a myths debunked blog post on" the Google webmaster blog and then asked for "any newish myths that you'd like to see debunked?"

I don't know if they need to be new, many of the same old SEO myths still are believed to be true.

In any event, I did ask him to cover how Google handles algorithm updates vs data refreshes vs UI changes and so forth. That isn't necessarily a myth but a lot of Google time is placed on commenting about such "updates."

Do you have myths or questions for this blog post? Let Gary know on Twitter.

Forum discussion at Twitter.

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