Matt Cutts

Matt Cutts works for the Search Quality group in Google, specializing in search engine optimization issues. In an interview with USA Today in June 2008, Cutts provided advice on how to optimize search results on Google.
Cutts started his career in search when working on his Ph.D. at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. According to quotation in a personal interview with an operator of another website, Matt got his Bachelor’s degree at the University of Kentucky and Master’s degree from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. In the interview he was quoted his field of study was computer graphics and movement tracking, then moved into the field of information retrieval, and search engines after taking two required outside classes from the university’s Information and Library Science department. He co-oped at United States Department of Defense. Cutts said he did not complete the Ph.D. before moving to Google, but did acquire a master’s degree in a response he…

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