Reno - 7:25 am on Jan 22, 2012 (gmt 0)
Half the people in this thread are assuming that "content" means text. The other half are assuming it means "anything other than advertising". Does anyone know?
Ah, now we get back to the basis of my general complaint about Panda and it's aftermath. Speaking for myself, and raising the same issue I've raised here no doubt way too many times, I've never seen an official Google explanation of "quality content" (which we've been led to believe is a Panda priority), much less their view on regular "content". I'm taking it to mean mostly text with supporting graphics, though I can see lots of circumstances where it would be graphics with supporting text.
Whatever it means, if their past behavior is any indication of what we can expect, we almost certainly won't see anything from MC or anyone else clarifying all that. They seem to throw these hand grenades out from time to time, but never tell us where they're going to roll.