supercyberbob - 4:12 am on Feb 25, 2011 (gmt 0)
I see a lot of spammy .info websites ranking higher than real quality content.
This is my concern.
Add all the reports today on this thread about legit sites tanking, and almost nothing about any sites improving in the serps, I'm wondering if the Farmer Update did more harm than good.
Also, one has to wonder what qualifies as quality content going forward.
Would a PhD in English be sufficient? Or is a complete list of references at the end of an article required as well, just like in college.
I'm really really hoping the legit webmasters and site owners who have been putting out decent content over the years don't get destroyed financially, assuming they're doing this full time for a living.
That would be tragic. Imagine the years of work just being wiped out. Could be nasty.