trakkerguy - 10:43 pm on Jul 14, 2011 (gmt 0)
Umm... why not just get rid of the material that is NOT "high quality" content?
Then you won't have to worry about "getting relief" for the high quality content by moving it onto individual subdomains or other shenanigans.
Well, one reason would be that.... Almost noone has recovered simply from removing "bad" content.
This way, they don't have the long wait. And get to show advertisers they ARE coming back, and soon.
Also, you then are stuck trying to draw the line on what is good and what is bad, and then having a revolt from unhappy writers who get unfairly booted.