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Explainer: How Google’s New SSL / HTTPS Ranking Factor Works

Last Thursday Google launched a new ranking signal to give HTTPS sites a ranking boost, small ranking boost, to encourage webmasters to migrate their sites from HTTP to HTTPS. In our story from Thursday, we covered why Google is doing this and the concerns some SEOs had with the migration, as well…

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Matt Cutts Answers If Google Uses EXIF Data From Pictures As A Ranking Factor by @mattsouthern

Matt Cutts, Google’s head of search spam, answers a question about image search in his latest Webmaster Help video where a user writes in to ask: Does Google use EXIF data from pictures as a ranking factor? Before getting to Matt’s answer, let me explain a little bit about what EXIF data is. I’ll be […]

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Matt Cutts: Bad Grammar in Comments Isn’t a Negative Google Ranking Factor

Should you worry about the grammar in your comments section? Google’s Matt Cutts says no. Even if users contribute comments that aren’t necessarily grammatically correct, it won’t hurt your SEO efforts. But you should watch out for spam comments.

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