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24 Comments

  • agapitoflores001 7 years ago

    Very useful for programmers. Nice!

  • bleepbleep1234 7 years ago

    Google is like Teflon, nothing sticks!

    Stop worrying what googles doing and focus on the things you love to do!

  • Asad Sarker 7 years ago

    seen descriptions of the tests that you are probably referring to on that topic, and I don’t believe that those tests adequately took into account a number of factors that could skew the results of those experiments.

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  • Roberto Avraham Saltoun 7 years ago

    the question is good

  • ThaHotCoolDude 7 years ago

    Hey great video, and nice to meet you also

  • Konstantin K 7 years ago

    Been wondering about this for some time actually.

    Interestingly enough I think they search for ‘relevant’ links only in certain areas.

    So if you’re submitting an article that means the resource box and article body. All other links on the page are probably seen as ‘internal’ vs ‘external’ no?

    -Kon.

  • alex asigno 7 years ago

    @bragadocchio It was almost two years ago since I actually tested this, but I haven’t seen anything since which shows differently. What factors do you feel are skewing the results?

  • promopass 7 years ago

    Dear Matt,
    Sept. 3, 1899
    Sept. 6, 1899
    Sept. 9, 1899
    “If you only knew the magnificence of the 3, 6 and 9,
    then you would have a key to the universe.”
    — Nikola Tesla

  • alex asigno 7 years ago

    Bragadocchio from previous testing. When there is more than one link to the same URL on one page, Google only passes on the anchor text from the first link.

  • redflymarketing 7 years ago

    Hi Matt, I don’t think you understood the question correctly. I believe bragadocchio and idevs are correct.

  • idevs 7 years ago

    Matt, I assume the question is actually in relation to: 1) same link destinations with differing anchor text (“blue widgets” or “widgets – blue” which textual signal applies, is the first stronger?) and/or 2) in relation to same links with nofollows on 1 link (example above, text vs. image, nofollowed link appears first) impact?

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  • Roberto Avraham Saltoun 7 years ago

    great

  • hji003 7 years ago

    thanks

  • Cloud Strife 7 years ago

    great info as usual

  • Hicham D 7 years ago

    He should wear a Black Hat :)

  • stupidfreak101 7 years ago

    Oh they tried a new 3d rendering engine. There was a glitch and his hair got removed.

  • hdbuster18 7 years ago

    watch the previous videos and you will see! :)

  • dannycarter85 7 years ago

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  • dannycarter85 7 years ago

    what happened to Matts hair?