All posts in Matt Cutts

And todays question comes from…

Some time ago, I submitted a few questions to Google’s head of Webspam and spokesperson, Matt Cutts for his regular Q&A videos. Today Matt has actually answered one of those questions I asked (I wonder if he realises it’s Lancaster in the UK rather than California?). Interestingly his answer goes some way to supporting the theory that Google’s “crawler” is a stripped down browser (likely based on Chrome) just without Read More...

Very poor results in (say) Google

In an update to the previous post, Google’s Matt Cutts has finally answered commented on the question asked back in July: “Why are the UK SERPS still really poor with irrelevant non UK sites (US/Aus/NZ) ranking very high Google.co.uk since early June? You can see his video over at the Google Webmaster central video channel, but it may be difficult to spot as it actually answers a completely different question: Read More...

Google UK serps still showing flux

Google UK has been showing a large amount of fluctuation in it’s natural search results since late May 09 and this is still going on. As a science fiction and fantasy fan I often check where my other site is for this term. Up to May the results returned for this search term were around 14.2 million and then late may they shot up to around 28 million results, many Read More...