• Siva Ganesh

    Any videos links available ?

  • http://www.facebook.com/tim.okeefe Tim O’Keefe

    Good SEO, Just do good content. Is like telling a wanna be pro football player, just work out more. Devil is in the details eh?

  • http://www.facebook.com/william.leake William Leake

    Love it how Google always tries to convince people that the way to rankings success is a) create “good” content, b) roll over, and expose your belly to Google, c) hand them your knife and d) trust them. Fortunately they do far better in “D” (the trust department) than the house that Zuckerberg built … Thanks for getting this summary up so quickly, I’ll just point my team here rather than writing up my notes from the session. I did think Amit was essentially confirming “Yes Google + activity helps w/ rankings” by the way he was evasive …

  • PlumbSearcher

    I feel that you media guys give too much attention to big powerful multibillion behemoth companies while smaller more innovative and more active startups do not get deserved attention from you.

  • http://www.qubot.com.au/ Andrew Futcher

    Let me put this in a way (some of) you will understand…
    Good Content != Writing Articles; Good content === ‘Relevant’ content;
    Make your website highly “relevant” and you will get fantastic rankings…

    It is a pity that most SEO’s these days don’t know really know what relevancy really is/means. ^_^ Never has the adage “A little knowledge is a dangerous thing” been more true for the SEO industry than it is today…

  • http://www.dekh.com/members/profile/13 Harsh Bawa

    Although I didn’t watch the conference, I am pretty much sure that it was a success.

    Mobile searches have grown tremendously in the last couple of years and we are sure it will overtake traditional desktop searches in a few years.

    As far as his catchphrase “tomorrow’s looking bright” is concerned, it relates to search. There are hardly any new content sources. The one’s which used to dominate the market are still dominating it.

    I am not sure how “tomorrow’s looking bright” for Google. Perhaps some one can give an insight?

    Facebook search results- Yes, we all need that thing.

    Obviously Facebook knows what results to diplay inside facebook rather then what Google knows.

    I think he was sounding more evasive in his approach and answers.

    Any one agree with me?

  • totnuckers

    I don’t