Brett_Tabke - 7:17 pm on Jan 21, 2011 (gmt 0)
First, define content farm?
- Google Groups? Blogger? 99% irrelevant junk.
- Craigslist? Coupon sites? Ebay?
- Cnet, ZDNet - These have not been relevant for 5 years.
- WikiPedia? Ask 4 out of 5 doctors about the quality of info in Wiki and watch a set of doctors have melt downs. No doctor in his right mind would recommend WikiPedia - yet Dr. Google does 99% of the time.
- New York Times? Isn't anything behind a paywall suspect in results? (ya, left hand is holding a mirror here)
- Flikr, Picasa?
- Answers.com, About.com?
- Any page with the words Matt Cutts on them? (I kid...just checking to see if Matt was with us ;-)
For Google to talk about this publicly, hmmmm. Must be some kinda serious problem here. Personally? I love some of the HowTo articles at the top of the list. They are some of the better content out there.