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DECEMBER 15, 2009 [Aaron Wall, Link] How Google Can Combat Content Farms
Some readers in Sundays post (Tadhg, Charles Coxhead and others) argued that Googles current algorithm accounts for quality well enough, through the link economy. Here were some of our readers suggestions: Neutralize the link dilution; A.J. Give special weightings to categories of content, e.g. content farms, social media bookmarks blogs and Twitter; Aaron Savage. The rise of blogging fed lots of links to Google quickly.) link] Posted by: J.
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MARCH 4, 2010 [Aaron Wall, Link] 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? In that spirit, David Naylor recently linked to this page on Twitter.