Does Your Small Site Deserve Better Rankings? Tell Matt Cutts

Does Your Small Site Deserve Better Rankings? Tell Matt Cutts

Yesterday Google’s head of web spam Matt Cutts posted a tweet encouraging webmasters and SEOs to fill out a form if they felt their small websites deserved better rankings in Google. He asked, ‘If there’s a small site you think should be doing better in Google, tell us more here.’ This is then linked to a survey which asks for the site URL and the reason why you think it should be ranking better.

The Survey Provides Feedback for Google

Matt Cutts At the moment the survey is purely for feedback purposes – it won’t have any effect on your rankings and this is made clear. However, the fact that small websites have the option of putting their case forward for higher rankings does reinforce Matt Cutts’ recent messages that Google are doing what they can to help small businesses thrive. Boosting search engine rankings can be difficult if you’re not fully knowledgeable of the industry. The ever changing world of internet marketing can make it a challenge for anyone to get up the rankings naturally, but here at MonkeyFish Marketing we can help.

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We use a variety of tried and tested techniques to improve your search engine rankings naturally. As an organic internet marketing company we only use ethical methods to provide our clients with excellent results – which we consistently deliver. MonkeyFish Marketing are committed to increasing lead and sales generation for our clients, providing a fantastic ROI and long-term results which will benefit your business. So if you have a website and want to rank higher in Google, boost your profits and increase your online presence, talk to the experts at MonkeyFish Marketing. We’ll design a bespoke internet marketing strategy that is tailored to your requirements to ensure the best possible results. Give us a call today on 0845 154 1378.
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