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January 27, 2012
Matt Cutts HangsOut With Indian Webmasters
By Navneet Kaushal
Recently, the head of Google's Webspam Team, Matt Cutts went a trip to India and did a 'HangOut' with Indian Webmasters from Hyderabad. This HangOut was a part of his webmaster outreach program with a group of Googlers involved in the same. In order to interact better with the Indian siteowners, this is how Matt welcomed them to ask questions on his Google+ profile, "I'm here in Hyderabad, India, and I might try to do a Google+ hangout in a few minutes to answer some questions from Indian webmasters. If you have SEO questions that you'd like for me to answer, just leave a question in the comments!"

The Hangout on Matt's Google+ profile began at 2p.m. IST today and webmasters posted very interesting questions before Matt. And Matt, as he is known for always helping webmasters to make their sites Google friendly, answered all the questions in a helpful manner. Webmasters also welcomed Matt to their country and asked him intelligent and highly topical questions on the way Google judges a site-its content and links.

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