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Matt Cutts posts lots of new docs, links about IP delivery/geolocation/cloaking, Nofollow documentation, Better definition for doorway pages, Robots.txt.
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from Jill 2242 Days ago #
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Great info and some really good clarifications here from Matt Cutts.

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from hugogill 2242 Days ago #
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Very useful indeed. Thank you.

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from Kimota 2242 Days ago #
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Awesome. Excellent stuff

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from willneu 2241 Days ago #
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Handy to send clients indeed, nice.

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from jameskm03 2241 Days ago #
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Thanks for the share.  Always good when Matt clarifies something.  I think the most important thing to note is still.  “Make pages primarily for users, not for search engines”

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from onreact 2241 Days ago #
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I don’t know why some of you are so fond of this post. It’s not even about SEO. It’s about robots.txt, spam, spam reporting, paid links, nofollow, doorway pages. I can’t find anything useful in there that will allow me to inrease rankings or ROI.

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from willneu 2241 Days ago #
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@onreact: Not everything that is interesting is going to increase your rankings, but if its helpful to send/quote to clients then it is just as important.

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from Harith 2241 Days ago #
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Very kind of Matt to metion the importance of feedback Google is receiving including that of SEOs ;-)"ConclusionNo search engine is perfect, and everyone will have different opinions about what a search engine should focus on. But I appreciate the feedback that we get from users, webmasters, and SEOs. I know that the suggestions that we get help to make Google a better search engine. If you see me at SMX Advanced, please walk right up and say hello. I promise that I’m not frightening, and I’d like to hear where you think Google needs to improve. There will also be a bunch of other Googlers at the conference — don’t be shy about approaching them, either."

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from NicholasPapadopoulos 2240 Days ago #
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Thanks for letting me know. That is very useful.

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