According to Matt Cutts: no, not directly anyway. However, he does go on to say in this video that having more pages with the right keywords gives you more opportunity to have more links coming to those pages, thus effecting page rank. (But wait, I thought that PageRank was broken as reported by Search Engine Land or is this meaning the ranking of the page as in SERP?) It is not totally clear to me.
Yet the answer to the question is, really, yes – indirectly or directly, it can give you more rankings, if it is implemented correctly.
The bottom line is that it’s still the same – provide the content and information your customers and prospect are looking for, and you will get more business.
Crazy, huh? You never really know what is in the secret sauce. What do you think he is really saying?
Watch the Video below: