If you own a small business website which you think is awesome but just isn’t ranking the way you believe it should, here’s your chance to get Google’s webspam team to check it out personally. Matt Cutts, the head of that very same team, has asked people to submit websites that they think should do better and have an increase in rankings in Google search results pages.
Explain why your site is better
In a Twitter post, Cutts invites small website owners to fill out a Google Docs form that asks for the name of the website and why it deserves to rank better than other websites that are currently outranking it in Google search results pages. If you make such a submission, you should be also prepared to explain why your site is better than other websites that rank higher in Google search results pages.
So would submitting your small website to Cutts’ team and filling out the form mean a sure increase in rankings? Not really. In another Tweet, Cutts hints that it’s all about the data for now. Still, website owners should be happy about this. At least Google is now actively looking at issues concerning the way smaller websites are now finding it hard to keep up with bigger sites in Google search results pages.