Jul 28, 2011

Google Search, Content Farms And Filtering Human Curation
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | Content Curation

Via Scoop.itSocial Media Content Curation

Much has been written about Google’s attempts to tweak their vaunted search algorithm recently, but the results might take awhile to become apparent. Ostensibly, Google changed the page rank code that is buried within their super-secret search architecture in order to make results more meritorious. More merit in a user’s search would be measured by the usefulness in the top-most (un-sponsored) links and supposedly less prone to the technological gerrymandering that we have collectively come to know as S.E.O.. While this is potentially good news for end-users, it is very bad news for firms that have invested time, money and intellectual capitol into manipulating search results. In the years since S.E.O. became the Holy Grail of online marketing, one class of content developer has emerged as the bête noire of search: the content farm…. [read full article http://j.mp/qzRIss]
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