posted on Feb, 25 2011 @ 07:37 AM
Google has announced a major algorithmic change to its search engine, subtle in nature and perhaps unnoticeable to many users, but one that should
dramatically improve the quality of Google's search results.
With this move, Google is targeting content farms -- a common name for low quality sites whose main goal is to attract search traffic by piling up
(mostly) useless content, usually by either producing large amounts of low-quality text or by copying it from websites with original content.
Google does not go into details of the change which should impact 11.8 percent of Google's queries (currently only in the U.S., with plans to roll it
out elsewhere over time), but it does say that it will affect the ranking of many sites on the web
How will ATS be Ranked??
I admit I copied this info from another site...
edit on 25-2-2011 by grindhouzer because: (no reason
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