Danny Sullivan says he is the same as Danny Sullivan after he joined Google

Danny Sullivan says he is the same as Danny Sullivan after he joined Google

This is a subject that I would probably be very biased about, but I decided to deal with it, because if it was another Googler who talked about the same thing, I would probably deal with it. In short, Danny Sullivan, who now works at Google, defends his reputation with the SEO community after joining Google again.

And again, I mean again, because he said a while ago that he was not hired by Google to remain silent. Now he is being questioned again, especially about linking to SEO content for EAT sources, and a limited number of SEO's that this is "unethical".

In short, a few SEO's find it unethical for Google to link to SEO content because it can seem like Google who is responsible for the SEO or agency some form of Google certification. Google said no, it is only Google that is responsible for the specific article that SEO wrote. In any case, Google has added a disclaimer to the link with the comment: "Note: links to the above articles are not recommendations from certain SEO companies or services. We found the articles themselves just useful content on this topic."

But some SEOs named Danny as another individual now that he joined Google. These are those tweets:

READ THIS: To be clear, Jenny is a great person, she takes care of her, she gives her time to the industry and the industry is better because of her. The purpose of this story was to show how Danny really didn't sell his soul when he joined Google. It was in no way the cause of people attacking Jenny. She has a legitimate concern that Google has viewed and changed because of.

I know Danny pretty well for 15 years. I'm pretty sure that if Google pushed him to do something he didn't think was right, or even if Google pushed him to do something he didn't think was right years before joining Google he left Google long ago.

If anyone is interested in the SEO community and the industry at Google, it's Danny.

And no, I didn't have a private community with Danny about these tweets.

Forum discussion on twitter.

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