Like most white hat SEOs in our industry, I respect and appreciate what Matt Cutts has done for SEO. So much so that, though I’ve never met the man, I recently donated to help him fight Cancer in the Dana Farber Boston Marathon challenge (you should, too). More than anyone, he has been a tireless referee and champion of those who play fairly in this game of gaining visibility in the search results that we call SEO.
When I first started doing SEO, there were no rules for gaining visibility in a way that was fair to clients, search engines and search engine users — but Matt changed all that, making Google’s guidelines crystal clear for all, and stepping in to help when there are gray areas.
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