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DECEMBER 15, 2009 [2009, Aaron Wall] How Google Can Combat Content Farms
This is due to the scale at which these content farms are operating at - Demand Media alone pumps out 4,000 new pieces of content every day. The solution is of course for Google and other search engines to find better ways to surface quality content , whether that be from traditional news media, blogs or even Demand Media ( not all of its content is poor quality ). So how can Google evolve to identify quality content better?
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MAY 31, 2009 [2009, Aaron Wall] What Hasn’t Changed In SEO/SEM - The Top 6
Design Trends, Internet Marketing, SEO, Social Media Marketing Sunday, May 31st, 2009 Home | Submit Link | Blog | Articles | Whats New | Most Popular « Building and Protecting Your Personal Brand Do Summer Blockbuster Movies Bother With On-Site SEO? » 6 Classic Articles Every SEO Should Read May 27th, 2009 by Alysson Fergison in Internet Marketing , SEO , Site Architechture First time visiting DirJournal Marketing Articles?
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MARCH 4, 2010 [2009, Aaron Wall] Wow, Did Jason Calacanis Make Matt Cutts Look Like an Idiot?
» Spam vs Mahalo: Matt Cutts Explains the Difference Feb 22 When the internal Google remote quality rater guidelines leaked online there was a core quote inside it that defined the essence of spam: Final Notes on Spam When trying to decide if a page is Spam, it is helpful to ask yourself this question: if I remove the scraped (copied) content, the ads, and the links to other pages, is there anything of value left? And at that point it really does move more into a content play.