Posts Tagged with "matt cutts"

The SEO Elf on the Shelf [VIDEO]

Wednesday, December 18th, 2013

An Elf on the Shelf usually visits homes around the world with a role in reporting back to Santa on who’s been naughty or nice. This year, one special Elf ended up in a different home. Watch the video to see how one Elf with SEO knowledge does at an internet marketing company, and how […]

What Are Alternatives to Google’s PageRank? [VIDEO]

Monday, December 16th, 2013

It’s been publicly said by Matt Cutts that Google is no longer interested in updating PageRank, even though they did have a surprise update recently. Since Google has lost some interest in the metric, we should begin to look elsewhere for our information as well. So how are SEOs and webmasters now supposed to evaluate […]

How Does the Google Search Engine Actually Work?

Tuesday, May 1st, 2012

When we give presentations to different business groups we are often asked how Google works, and of course how you can optimize for it.  This video came out about a week ago and many websites have already shared it, as it is one of the first times we have heard such an explanation from Google […]

Higher Rankings in Google: The Basics

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

Knowing how to get found on Google is easy to understand but in practice can sometimes become hard to implement. Google’s Matt Cutts spoke with USAToday.com to reiterate some of the basics, the video is embedded below.  Cutts covers some of the misconceptions about Google: you don’t have to pay to get to the top […]

Social Media Links In Google: What Changed?

Friday, April 17th, 2009

Google is continually changing and editing their algorithms to fit industry and consumer demands. Matt Cutt’s, from Google, updates his blog often and fields some user questions regarding their changes, answering them via video. What a great way to connect with online users, and gives me some ideas about video marketing…..I digress. The video below […]