Some more explaination of how Matt believes that if small sites become an expert in their field and focus on small areas first and work faster than the bigger sites, they can overtake them.
The words you put within thetag are not always shown Here, Matt explains when and why they may choose to show another portion of the page or even DMOZ results instead of your chosen title tags.
Changes to whether you should be doing any guest blogging at all for “Do Follow” links, as Google start to punish publishers with outbound link penalties.
A catch up of the last 2 weeks in the world of search.
One of those videos by Matt Cutts where you know the answer before you watch it. Clearly spamming the web will not deliver long term results.
Obviously you should never buy links that pass page rank.
Matt has made video March 3rd 2014, reminding us never to buy a link, but goes into deeper information of what Google see’s as a paid link.
Pete Young and his presention at SES London 2014, with facts and stats about local search across different formats. Something to take seriously if your customers are local.
James Perrin from Koozai talks us through putting your content together for Google and the user in a post Hummingbird world.
Dan Zicki presensts SEO Lunch and shows his opinion on what Google Hummingbird is, and how it will deal with questions being asked and answered through Google. An enphasis on blogging using wordpress in particular.
A useful panel of experts giving their opinions on Hummingbird and Semantic search, which went live around August 2013.