31 Jan '13, 4pm

Google’s Matt Cutts & Bing’s Duane Forrester On “Search Police” Panel At SMX West: As an ethical (and effective)...

As an ethical (and effective) search marketer, you spend your time diligently trying to create good content, providing an excellent user experience, and generally striving to delight your current and future customers. But some marketers have succumbed to the dark side, and the black hat tactics they utilize cause major headaches for both search engines and up-and-up marketers alike. That’s why all major search engines have web spam quality control teams. It’s the job of these teams to keep one step ahead of the bad guys, ferreting out dubious or downright egregious content and making sure it doesn’t show up in search results. And two of the top cops who lead the largest of these enforcement operations are Google’s Matt Cutts and Bing’s Duane Forrester. You name it, they’ve seen it all, when it comes to trying to bend, break or shatter search engine rules. But they are also...

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