15 thoughts on “8.3.11 Inside Google’s Search Office: Matt Cutts, Ben Gomes, and Amit Singhal

  1. A couple days ago I got to sit down with +Danny Sullivan , +Amit Singhal ,
    and +Ben Gomes to talk about how Google search works and some of the hot
    topics of the last few months. The video is live now. It’s 1.5 hours long
    (!), but if you want to step into Google’s mindset and understand our
    ranking philosophy or how we test new ideas, this is a must-watch.

    If you don’t have 95 minutes or so to spare, A.J. Kohn was there and did a
    write-up: http://www.blindfiveyearold.com/inside-googles-search-office

  2. A couple days ago I got to sit down with +Danny Sullivan , +Amit Singhal ,
    and +Ben Gomes to talk about how Google search works and some of the hot
    topics of the last few months. The video is live now. It’s 1.5 hours long
    (!), but if you want to step into Google’s mindset and understand our
    ranking philosophy or how we test new ideas, this is a must-watch.

    If you don’t have 95 minutes or so to spare, A.J. Kohn was there and did a
    write-up: http://www.blindfiveyearold.com/inside-googles-search-office

  3. Finally got a chance to watch the full video from the Churchill Club with
    Matt, Ben, & Amit. If you’re active in search, make websites, or do SEO,
    you should really watch it – lots of great stuff.

  4. Just Stumbled Upon a very insightful interview of Key Google Search
    Teammates done by +Danny Sullivan at the Churchill Club …Brilliantly
    insightful…Wonderful questions…Very thoughtful answers…..All in all a
    great interview…Enjoyed every second of it…Thanks +Danny Sullivan , +Amit
    Singhal , +Ben Gomes and +Matt Cutts …You guys did a fabulous job

  5. awesome! its great to see the bigboys in Google. Thanks for sharing..
    however, I have a question, what tablet is Danny S. holding?

  6. Thanks for sharing so valuable material, criteria, knowledge in a simple
    way so we now understand the roots and the basics and so we can now go from
    there.

  7. Lot’s to think about. They have gotten very good at answering the questions
    without answering the questions… very complicated stuff. I know it will
    never be perfect but hope they mean what they say when speaking about doing
    what is best for the end user — it is not the reality currently. Still
    many companies gaming the system.

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