suggy - 12:56 pm on Jul 27, 2011 (gmt 0)
Yes, but the thing is, with every update the junk in the SERPs seems to rise not fall.
A few weeks back, I filled out a spam request on one such example -- an unloved exact match domain with broken links, two lines of content and an Adsense block front and centre. I thought google should be aware of the quality sh*t residing at #5 in the SERPS on this major search. After this latest update it's #2! How long before it's #1 and google's embarrassment is complete?!
My wife keeps asking me what we can learn from it and, seriously, I'm thinking I don't think we can. What am I to do... stick some broken links on a page, leave it unloved for 2 or 3 years and then wap some Adsense on it? And, that would make it 'quality'.
Maybe google should have picked a smarter animal than a Panda?!