Thanks to our friends at WebProNews, we now have additional insight into Google's most recent iteration of its algorithm.
Matt Cutts, head of WebSpam at Google, fielded questions in a live chat with webmasters.
Interestingly, this update wasn't a function of Google's WebSpam division, who usually spearheads algorithm updates in the pursuit of eliminating spam. This update was merely a function of the Search Quality division in collaboration with WebSpam.
One of the most powerful takeaways from this video is the following quote from Matt:
"If you are providing high quality content that users love, you will be ranking where you expect to rank."
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