Errioxa - 12:03 pm on Jun 27, 2011 (gmt 0)
Ted I have automatic autoblog with original content but is very low quality. This low quality content was created purposely to try panda update (that's the advantage we have, that Panda had to learn Spanish), sometimes this text is unreadable...The original content is in english (scraped), after is translate with a api (not Google translte) and publish on the site. Not link building.
Before Panda update this blog recives many visits, after panda update the traffic down 80%. Google is able to know that the text isn't good! semantic? sintaxis? G know it....
Second site, with original content (copy, rewrite and published in spanish) hasn't been affected. This content is good quality and original.
Other site, this site is in several languages. The best content is in spanish. In subdomain "es.domain.com" hasn't affected. However the english and italian subdomain is affected. This content (italian and english) is of less quality than spanish content, sometimes, for example, Spanish text and English text is mixed. The Ip domain is spanish.
Does Google use something like a spell checker? perhaps G uses the spell checker of Microsoft Word :p
How does Google evaluate the quality of a url or site? I'm seeing that the the traffic from google organic with a one visit or less my traffic has dropped significantly but with advanced filter "more than" 1 visits the traffic has increased! could be that Google evaluates the quality of content with this metric?