29 Aug '13, 12pm

Google's Matt Cutts Wants To Know Which Small Sites Should Rank Better

Good point, Anti-SEO. I'd like to know Google's answer to this. Is it one page? Two? Two thousand? Or perhaps two hundred billion? So much confusion. For example, first they preached that articles needed to be rich in content/length and contain x-amount of words. In a world where people are grasping quick information, this type of thinking is quite outdated. Twitter is huge - a tiny capsule of info, yet websites are being down-graded when they display scanty content. And Google realizes the lucrativeness of concise content/information. Just look at one of their most recent actions - displaying nutrition information for foods on the search page. Really bad idea because 1. People aren't going to visit websites which are most likely to be providing this information along with AdSense ads - so Google and the webmaster will lose revenue. 2. They are a search engine, not the new...

Full article: http://www.seroundtable.com/google-small-site-survey-1729...

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