Posts Tagged ‘Matt Cutts’

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How Will Google’s SSL Encryption Affect Natural Search?

20 October 2011 | Henry Elliss

Google engineer Matt Cutts announced earlier this week that all Google.com users logged into their Google accounts (like gmail) will not be traceable.  This means SEOs like ourselves cannot track what keywords have been used [...]

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Google caffeine – why the fuss?

10 June 2010 | Tanya Goodin

First off unless you are really into your SEO its unlikely that you will have heard too much if anything about Caffeine. But Caffeine is a behind the scenes bit of engineering by Google that [...]

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Google Caffeine live after holidays

10 November 2009 | Tanya Goodin

Google Caffeine live, but not fully until January Matt Cutts has posted that the Google Caffeine is not expected to go fully live until January 2010. In a bid to stem concern from retailers that [...]

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10 reasons why The Apprentice is like SEO

30 April 2009 | Henry Elliss

As an avid fan of the BBC’s finest show – The Apprentice – I regularly tune in to watch the latest goings-on in Sir Alan Sugar’s boardroom, and last night was no exception. But whilst [...]