Google's Algorithm Tweak Hits eHow

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kicheko - Google is in a difficult legal situation if it admits to targeting specific sites. It protects itself from legal liability by claiming that its algorithms are entirely neutral, and run without human intervention. If it admits to human intervention and targeting specific sites, it could be in trouble with libel, obscenity, copyright, and other laws. 

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kicheko, thanks for that link. It describes (and speculates about) the first phase of the Farmer / Panda algorithm tweak, rolled out in late February — the one that Demand Media insisted was a "swing and a miss" as far as their content was concerned.

kicheko
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Here's a very insightful article about the google algorithm. it is interesting that Google avoids to admit that they targeted content farms. Maybe because ehow who rank high up in the list of suspects were already up in arms to defend themselves.

Mitch Wagner
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As David "Getting Things Done" Allen said: The problem is not information overload. If it were, our heads would explode every time we walked into a library. 

kdawson
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Nice title, JR.

There's plenty of worthwhile content available. It's just gotten less findable as the SEO spammers have moved in. Very glad to see Google address this in a meaningful way.

I'm now reading James Gleick's The Information, subtitled A History, a Theory, a Flood. We're certainly in full flood stage now: the meme that's circulating lately claims that the world currently produces as much information every couple of days as was produced from the dawn of time up to 2003. (The claim is usually attributed to the "Google CMO," but she did not say that; Eric Schmidt did, as I tried vainly to insert into the viral conversation.)

JRvision
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It is a good for readers and writers alike. Better standards in content make the Internet a much better community for all its dwellers.   

It is unfortunate that more publications and companies have not made quality content a top prioirity. (See Demand Media's client list. If accurate, it is eye-opening to see the company's that go dirt cheap on their content.) 

It will be good to see more content worth reading online. 

 

 



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