Posted by Friday, 21 August 2009

The Best Matt Cutts Video Ever?

In the crazy world of SEO it's rare that a genuine player, not one of the self appointed gob shites that seem ever present, but a genuine player gives such a no nonsense overview of SEO. Google's Matt Cutts delivers a great, entertaining but importantly comprehensive SEO talk in this unmissable video.

Sure this quite superb SEO video is long at over 40 minutes but it beats the hell out of the crappy sound bite vids that are generally being pimped about.

Want to know what Pagerank is? It'll tell you. Need the skinny on keywords, it's covered, curious about URL's, not any more. In fact I think this video is an SEO masterclass and if you did nothing else but digest what's being said and created an SEO action plan from it you'd be well on your way to sorting your current SEO nightmare.

Do yourselves a favour, grab a coffee (or tea), get comfortable and watch this great SEO video from start to finish.

TTFN

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