• http://www.jaankanellis.com incrediblehelp

    What didn’t he say this was an issue just a few months back????? Something about moderation of your comments and thread replies??

  • http://www.johnmeadowcroft.uk/ John Meadowcroft

    Mert Cut he gud man I very happ with video!!

  • Amanda Shaw

    LOL

  • pinuphair

    Very helpful post for me. Thanks Matt Cut.

  • https://plus.google.com/113259068312528852444 Steve Shaw

    Thank you for the video – I’ve never worried too much about grammar/spelling in comments from an SEO perspective, but might make the odd amendment (eg. of typos) to assist others reading the comment and make it more user-friendly.

  • http://marketingkeytech.com/ Swapan Chandra Sutradhar

    People comes in comment not everyone writer or textually good. A blog requires customers or readers ; requires feedback. No matter whether someone is a blogger or not. So, its a thankful wise clarification from Cutts.

  • http://in.linkedin.com/in/gauravsamhotra Gaurav Samhotra

    Thanks for video. Its very Helpful…!!

  • Chris Gedge

    I wonder if this rings true for product reviews as well? Opinions?

  • http://www.callboxinc.com/ Belinda Summers

    This will certainly compromise the quality of engagement. I think it’s a bad idea to let the public how Google tolerate wrong grammar while they push having quality conversation in online content.

  • http://www.callboxinc.com/ Belinda Summers

    Quite a great example. haha

  • Ross Smythe

    Let’s face it…if a dude can read through, understand and have an opinion on my grammatically correct blog posts – (s)he surely should be able to write a few words of comment correctly?

    On my blog – http://blog.teks.co.in – I make it a point to wash out poor grammar comments – they just make the blog look bad. Any opinions?