Your Small Web Site Not Ranking Well In Google? Matt Cutts Wants To Know About It.
Google’s head of search spam, Matt Cutts, asked last night via Twitter for webmasters and SEOs to fill out a survey on the topic of small sites and Google rankings.
Matt Cutts asked “if there’s a small website that you think should be doing better in Google, tell us more here. The form makes it clear that filling out this form will not impact the ranking of the site submitted. The form reads:
Google would like to hear feedback about small but high-quality websites that could do better in our search results. To be clear, we’re just collecting feedback at this point; for example, don’t expect this survey to affect any site’s ranking.
The form collects two pieces of information:
(1) The name and URL of the small site you think should rank well.
(2) Why do you think that small site should rank better?
So, if you have a small site and think it should rank better, make sure to tell Google about it over here.
Here is the tweet from Matt:
If there’s a small website that you think should be doing better in Google, tell us more here: https://t.co/s80BibIBhN
— Matt Cutts (@mattcutts) August 28, 2013
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