---- NPR: Matt Cutts wants websites to be packaged like Apple products
roodle - 10:59 pm on May 4, 2011 (gmt 0)
should retailers be ranked based on the quality of their products, and not the quality of the freelancers they hire to write BS about their products?
Yeah I do wonder whether this makes sense. Surely there's something twisted going on if the only way to rank well is to re-hash a/o 'fictionalize' your content such that it's unique. Sounds like it'll lead to all kinds of nonsense ways to get that no.1 spot. Then when the public actually read the content they'll be wondering why companies can't cut to the chase and give them exactly the boilerplate content Google is trying to banish from the web. Romancing furniture? (shakes head)