smithaa02 - 7:35 pm on Feb 28, 2011 (gmt 0)
To Content_ed...curious you mention low # of pages, because my primary site had very few, yet had A LOT of content (all organic, all linking to nice websites, no ads (it's not-for-profit)). I got whacked which makes me suspect page count is an important variable in google anti-contentfarm recipe). Doesn't make sense that they would 'dock points' for a site having adsense itself (even though it should) as this would be a little cannibalistic, so they probably had to identify other variables that correlated with a site being a 'content farm', and unfortunately I think low page count is one of them. Extra unfortunate as large page count favors poor navigation/design/lot's of clicking/page loading and it favors large corporations who can create quantity over quality (or content that is backed/skewed by money).