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Does Google see automatically generated content as a bad thing?

Does Google see automatically generated content as a bad thing?

Good information about copyrighted writing and how google handles copied content, RSS feeds etc. Google’s Matt Cutts answers this question. And what does this have to do with America’s Funniest Videos? Matt explains!

How precise is the number of results in a site: query?

How precise is the number of results in a site: query?

This is Google’s Matt Cutts. Have you use the site: query? Go to Google or the Google toolbar and use site:yourdomain.com (mine would be site:seoaware.com) to see what Matt is talking about.

How can a site rank for keywords that aren't anywhere on its pages?

How can a site rank for keywords that aren’t anywhere on its pages?

I am adding this video because we get so many people calling asking this question. If you need to rank for various keywords give us a call FYI- this is Google’s Matt Cutts.

How Competitive Intelligence Can Help Your Online Marketing Strategies

How Competitive Intelligence Can Help Your Online Marketing Strategies

Everyone needs an Internet marketing strategy and an SEO plan, but you cannot be effective with either of these without competitive intelligence. Understanding Your Competition’s Online Visibility and Marketing Strategies Competitive Intelligence When you hire an SEO company or SEO consultant competitive intelligence should be a major priority for them and should be one of […]

Is it OK to Sell Links if You Use a NoFollow Attribute?

Is it OK to Sell Links if You Use a NoFollow Attribute?

Google’s Matt Cutts answers… Related Video

9-11, We Are Forever Changed – article I wrote in 2006

I feel like I should write something about 9-11. I now write for a living, so I might as well get all my feelings out on paper. Just thinking “9-11” is painful for me. Every time I see “9:11” on a clock I get this sick feeling in my heart and my stomach. On 9-11 […]

Why are links used in ranking when they all have the nofollow attribute?

Why are links used in ranking when they all have the nofollow attribute?

The comments on this topic on YouTube are very interesting. Google gives interesting answers….