I recently came back from the inaugural SMX Seattle, the Advanced Search Marketing Series. It was hosted by Danny Sullivan, a supreme personality in the world of search engine marketing.
There was a lot of buzz around this article from the New York Times, which contains never seen data from the tech teams inside the search giant. For example, do you know what a “signal” or “classifier” is?
It was the first time (?) Google let a journalist into the search board rooms, and Matt Cutts appeared a little apprehensive at first, but you can see his comments here. (bookmark his blog!)
If have a chance to read it – what will change in your daily SEO task plan because of it – if any?