The best source of information on Google that I know of is (drum roll) Google.
Here are four GoogleWebmasterHelp YouTube videos which I have attempted to arrange in order of increasing technicality. All four videos show Google’s Matt Cutts answering questions about Google.
The GoogleWebmasterHelp videos are only part of many Google sources of info on Google. Where are the rest? Do a Google search and find them.
What are some of the things on your radar, or some of the trends in search you’d like to talk about?
What are some search trends on your radar?
A recent article of Danny Sullivan suggests that Google uses Twitter and Facebook links as a ranking signal. Can you confirm this? Can you elaborate a little bit more on this?
Does Google use data from social sites in ranking?
Name 5 examples of SEO misinformation from the past year given by reputable persons that made you want to bang your head against the wall. (You don’t need to name names.)
What are some examples of SEO misinformation?
We have a Q&A section with 10 questions per page. The oldest questions, which are some of the best, are buried on the 4th or 5th page and are not showing up in searches. Do you have any advice on how to implement paging?
How can I improve my linking on a Q&A site?
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