Google’s Content Farm Update Helped eHow?

  • February 28, 2011
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Google’s Content Farm Update Helped eHow?

Google said it wants to git rid of content farms. I for one actually don’t mind getting answers from eHow.com or Answers.com. Obviously, all content farms aren’t bad and it looks like Google possibly agrees with me. I found an article at Adotas.com that backs up this statement. “SEO consultant Sistrix analyzed a data set of 1 million keywords checked before and after the update to discover that the number of keywords eHow.com is ranked for increased from 317,320 to 324,021 (adotas.com).” The web relies on Google’s traffic so it’s interesting to see how one algorithm change can destroy once legitimate business’ overnight. Recently Overstock.com and JCPenney took a hit in Google’s rankings. With success so finicky in the online world I doubt corporate America will sit idle. I see the future of search becoming less focused on an algorithm and focus more on social like http://blekko.com. To me it seems the most fair to let the crowd decide than one algorithm. Please give me your feedback, what do you think?

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