The focus of this SEO Blog is sort of the SEO equivalent of NBC’s Dateline or ABC’s 20/20. The topics are picked carefully and we always try to provide a unique perspective. Our articles are a mix of original pieces, exposés and informational write ups.
In this post we take a look at whether or not the information Matt Cutts provides in his interviews and Q&A sessions is accurate. We go into a couple examples of specific answers Matt Cutts has said and based on our experience and testing we point out where we think he may be hiding some information. Read the full post: Can we trust Matt Cutts?
Google has been under fire a lot for their monopoly on the search engine market and how they use that to corner off other markets. Through public scrutiny, FTC investigations and PR nightmares for a company that has a motto “Don’t be evil”, sure would be a heck of a lot easier if there was another way, right?
Google was founded on openess. They also made a business model out of taking paid services and making them free, along the way putting several people out of business. Let me make the case for why Google should open up their index to other start up search engines. Read more: Google Should Open It’s Index to EVERYONE