• Digital Fashion Pro

    When will the next penguin update be released. Someone ask matt that.

  • http://www.kyleeggleston.com/ Kyle Eggleston

    I doubt he will respond.

  • http://www.kyleeggleston.com/ Kyle Eggleston

    Google usually tests all their algorithm changes on Google.com before rolling it out to other international markets.

  • Ian Nuttall

    I’d love to see that video.

    “A great way to get good search rankings right now is to, y’know, build a network of dropped domains with a high page rank and a bunch of spammy backlinks to them, and then go ahead and just link directly to your main site. Using different anchor texts is another good way to show some diversity and get around the anchor text filters of the algorithm.”

  • Tom Roberts

    Hahaha! That would be fantastic Ian

  • http://www.contentwriter.com.au/ Micky Stuivenberg

    My feeling is that Google focuses their attention not so much on the .com version of Google but on the English language. I’ve really seen search results improve over the past few years on various Google country sites where English is used, such as Google.com.au. However, I’m spending some time in the Netherlands and am appalled at the low quality of search results in Google.nl. I can never find any quality sites because there’s so much crap on the first couple of pages of results. Spam sites are still crowding Google’s Dutch SERPs. It’s really obvious to me that all the improvements and anti-spam measures rolled out in English language versions of Google around the world haven’t been implemented in many other language versions yet. I can’t understand how Dutch people manage to find good information. If I lived in Holland, I’d start using Bing, I think.

  • Misa Jovcic

    Big G’s focus is on US and UK market. Also, I think they are messing up with organic search results to push people towards AdWords and PPC