crobb305 - 6:55 pm on Mar 29, 2011 (gmt 0)
That simply isn't true, it's post Panda that the system is rewarding quantity over quality
It does seem that scraped copies are increasing faster than ever (indicative of a 'quantity' goal: let's spider/index every duplicate out there, and with near zero cache memory sufficient for a simple cache comparison to identify the original). As I have mentioned, I can search sentences from my homepage (written in January) and find over 11,000 scraped copies (it was 7,000 last week). This is very discouraging. I have rewritten portions of the page but it won't be long until the lazy leeches scrape it up so Google can spider more junk.