New SEO Rules by Google's Matt Cutts

If you are involved in SEO or selling products or services online at all then you must read this. Keyword research, densities, stuffing and other mainstream topics are mentioned.
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Email Exchange between Cutts and Site Pro News Reveals New SEO Rules
An interview between Matt Cutts and Site Pro News reveals new info about best practices for on-page optimization.

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  1. Thanks for posting this, very good information.

  2. I thought the same. Very good info from Matt Cutts. Unfortunately it means that SEO is even more of a moving target nowadays, and participating at all should be done with kids gloves.

  3. The message I got was, keep it simple and let it flow naturally. I think it bodes well for the small business guy like me +Malone Fence Company writing his own content from the heart.

  4. +Richard Malone, I agree with that. Matt Cutts did point out a couple times that natural flow is the key. Sending signals about your intent is OK, but a natural writing style for the visitor is that they are emphasizing now.

    BTW, I like the new site. After many years of designing and building sites we only use WordPress now. The site is clean and uncluttered and has a good representation of the work you do.

    I suspect you are a local business doing most of it in your local area, so you might want to look into all of the things you can do on a local basis to promote the site. The Cutts article pointed out that backlinks are still important, and if you do it right then you'll get a local benefit from them.

  5. Thanks for taking the time to check out my site +Michael Cordova and thanks for the advice.

  6. np. have a good weekend…

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