In a Google Webmaster Video today, Matt Cutts, head of webspam over at Google, made a statement correlating a web pages PageRank with spelling errors. The more spelling errors, the lower the pagerank. The video is included in the full post for people to watch, there are a few other good questions answered by probably the highest visibility Google employee out there, Mr. Cutts.
Poor Spelling and Low PageRank Go Hand in Hand on Google
Geoff is owner/operator of Simon Search Marketing. He graduated cum laude with a B.S. in Business Administration from California State Polytechnic University in 2003. Geoff immediately secured employment as an account coordinator with Grey Direct West, (now G2 Direct & Digital) working for Bank of Americas online banking division. From there Geoff has worked in a search marketing capacity for companies including Intermark Group, Disney Interactive Media Group, and Toyota Dealers Association. During his time Geoff has worked on brands including Disney Family, Toyota, Lexus, National Geographic, Red Bull USA Events, That '70s Show and Carsey Werner.
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