Google Alters Search Algorithm to Avoid Promoting Low-Quality Sites

by Larry Emmott on February 26, 2011

in Internet

I find this interesting to dentists for two reasons.

First there are way too many dentists with lame out of date-  never been updated- ineffective web sites. What this means is that those out of date sites will be even less visible to Google.

Second, there is no secret sauce that some SEO┬ácompany has that can guarantee you a top listing on Google. The fact is that for the most part the best way to show up in the “organic” listings from Google is to have a valuable site that people visit often has numerous links and is updated regularly.

The duo defined low-quality sites as those that are a “low-value add for users, copy content from other websites or sites that are just not very useful.

via Google Alters Search Algorithm to Avoid Promoting Low-Quality Sites | News & Opinion | PCMag.com.

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