Several weeks ago, Google implemented drastic changes in its algorithms; it known as the “Panda Update.” The goal was to decrease the rankings of low quality websites on 11.8% of queries. For the search engine, “low quality” is content that is poorly written, copied and pasted, contains limited information, or otherwise is not useful. So as usual, there had been winners and losers.
One of the most significant trends that have become apparent is that user-generated content or (UGC) on product pages got an A+ grade from Google. Read More »
Written by Rotapix on Tuesday the 10th of May, 2011. Currently No Comments »