Tag archive: Matt Cutts

Google Panda Update 4.0

A new Panda update has been rolled out by Google, and it’s important to everybody in SEO. So we’ve carried out an immediate analysis, and here are the results. Update: In order to get this analysis to you as quickly as possible, the data we used was independent of the Suite Software. However, it is […]

SEO Visibility drop of rapgenius.com

As Barry from searchengineland.com (http://searchengineland.com/google-has-officially-penalized-rap-genius-for-link-schemes-180777) and others wrote on December 25th, rapgenius.com (a service that lets users look up song lyrics and discuss their meaning) officially got penalized from Google. In a tweet on December 24th Matt Cutts revealed Google was looking after RapGenius shady linkbuilding methods and bingo – a day later the site has […]

December 28th, 2013 | Analysis 18 comments

Winter is certainly on it’s way and we have some great reading to keep you warm this week. So get a cup of coffee, grab your tablet, sit next to the fireplace and start reading about our SEO Insights. And by the way, speaking of tablets, we internally still have lots of discussions about which […]

November 7th, 2012 | SEO News 2 comments

By Marcus Tober In a major update Google changed its algorithm last Thursday to tune down content-farms. Nearly 12% of all search results on google.com were affected. One thing is almost certain: this was an algorithmic update! Here at Searchmetrics we gather a lot of data from the Web. Over 55 million domains and 25 […]

March 3rd, 2011 | Analysis 86 comments