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Matt Cutts On Top SEO Mistakes, And SEO Changes 2013

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The latest of Matt Cutts’s videos on Google Webmaster Help talks about two important things that all webmasters, SEOs and like minded people, should seriously think about.

The first video highlights the top 5 SEO mistakes based on volume and surprisingly, while they appear to be pretty basic, Matt says that there are still many that don’t apply them.

The second is a bit more “worrying” (if you you are not doing thing right). Matt mentions several things that he and his webspam team are working on to further improve search results for 2013. The biggest change is expected to be on the next generation Penguin update, which they dub “Penguin 2.0” and according to Matt, the impact of this update will be much “worst” than that of the previous ones.

He goes further by mentioning about link from advertorials, link networks, spam links, and a bit of a refresher on the upcoming Panda update. Yes, there are many changes that will be coming and hopefully you won’t be affected by any of these, provided you are applying the best practices for SEO.

In any event, Matt mentions that the things they are working may change so you should take these with a “grain of salt”

What are the top 3-5 SEO areas where webmasters make the most mistakes?

What should we expect in the next few months in terms of SEO for Google?

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