30 Aug '13, 3pm

Google’s Matt Cutts Further Explains Automation of Reconsideration Request Process by @wonderwall7

The video came from a sent-in question, asking why his thoughtful, well-written requests were always followed up by automatic responses from Google. Matt Cutts then goes on to explain that the web spam team gets over 5,000 requests weekly for reconsideration to by Google to reindex their site. This means that handling over 20,000 requests every month makes it almost impossible for the team to personally respond to each one individually, as well as handling the process of combating thousands of web spam sites each month.

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