coachm - 8:31 pm on Jun 29, 2012 (gmt 0)
I think the key is that Google is trying to measure user dissatisfaction, weak content created just to get the keywords out there, or content that is essentially superficial, not distinctive or uniquely strong.
And since google serps drive most of my traffic, if the users they send are dissatisfied, how is it that the content is weak, superficial, etc?
Example: I have some long articles because they deserve long treatment. If google sends me people who want one word answers to complex problems, and/or don't read well, or aren't interested in whatever, does that mean there's a problem with the content?
Should I perhaps, write another article with a similar topic made for idiots? Er...I mean, people wanting a one word answer that's worthless?
Is there a problem here?
Seems like a downward spiral toward more junk on the web, not less, in this case?
Or am I missing something?