29 Aug '13, 2pm

Matt Cutts Asks SEO’s To Report Good Sites For Better Rankings by @johnrampton

Looks like this is aimed at sites that aren’t ranking as well in the SERPS and how Google can better adjust their algorithm to account for these smaller site to get them to rank better. (personal speculation) I also think that Google is REALLY trying to up it’s game in general, analyzing everything from bigger sites to these newer/smaller sites that aren’t ranking as well in the search results but really should be. I totally think it’s a step in the right direction and will really help them to stand out in the search engine wars.

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