According to a
poll I conducted, one of the top questions people have for Matt Cutts right now is this: “Is Google putting more trust in content based on Google Authorship?”
I submitted the question, along with others, to Matt for a video response at
Google Moderator, but I doubt he will answer this one until a later time when Google sees success in Author Rank, or perhaps he won’t answer it at all for other reasons.
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Crowdfunding sites are buzzworthy today probably because they reduce entreprenuers’ dependence on bootstrapping or relying on friends, family and angel investors to get their ideas launched.
With the rise of this new source of funding, there are crowdfunding sites for specific ideas:
and on it goes…
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It is common for consumers to want to do business with a company
they can trust. Can they trust your business? Believe it or not, many businesses do not think having an online reputation is very important. This is a mistake because business can quickly be lost, the minute a few negative reviews get posted online. Small businesses must protect their online reputation now more than ever with popularity growing among sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Yelp. Know Customer Behavior
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I put together a list of questions for Matt Cutts
that he hasn’t answered before and have YOU vote on the ones worth submitting to him for a video response. Take the poll…
What Questions Do You Want Matt Cutts To Answer?
If you could talk more into what goes into determining which sites are being awarded with authority boosts within their industry/niche?
(36%, 59 Votes) Is Google putting more trust in content based on Google Authorship?
(33%, 53 Votes) It's rare to see a piece of content 6 or more years old rank high. What factors make for "outdated" content that gets devalued? The market? Link drop-out?
(4%, 6 Votes) Does advertising with Google affect the website's organic search rankings?
(3%, 5 Votes) I've done a google disavow to remove bad links a previous SEO did. How do I know if Google Actually processed it, and if I submitted it the right way?
(3%, 5 Votes) Has Google made a determination as to what percentage of links are really spam and why do sites get punished for inbound links that they didn't ask for?
(3%, 5 Votes) Why does Google have a problem with SEO tools displaying scraped ranking data when that's essentially what Google does with the entire web?
(3%, 5 Votes) Keyword stuffing of any kind is not going to improve the ranking of a site in Google, but is it true that less is more?
(2%, 4 Votes) Does it help to be naïve about SEO today? If so, is it possible for a site that is “over optimized” to regain its innocence?
(2%, 4 Votes) It’s clear that some links are unnatural and others are natural, but of those that are natural, which ones should I use the Disavow Tool for and which ones should I leave alone?
(2%, 4 Votes) Why, even after Penguin 2.0, are there still so many top 3 rankings for websites with obviously spammy link profiles?
(2%, 3 Votes) For money keywords (lots of Adwords ads), what percentage of top 10 organic search results are business sites vs. info sites? Big business vs. small business?
(2%, 3 Votes) Why does it take Googlebot so long to find 301 redirects to a new domain from an old one?
(2%, 3 Votes) Does Google distinguish between legit editorial (stories written by journalists) and syndicated content, devaluing the link(s) from syndicated content?
(1%, 2 Votes) When should I disavow an entire domain that links to my site, rather than a few links from that domain?
(1%, 2 Votes)
Thanks to those who contributed their questions…
Why does Google have a problem with SEO tools displaying scraped ranking data when that’s essentially what Google does with the entire web?
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