jonathanleger - 5:52 am on Sep 29, 2012 (gmt 0)
I just did a search for a two-word phrase that gets about 60,000 searches a month. There's an exact-match .net ranking #6 that has ZERO content. All it has is an H1 with the primary keywords, a link to a related Wikipedia article, a link to their twitter feed and a Google+ "recommend this" button with 9 votes.
That's it. Yeah, really, that's it. Nothing else. And it is not well-linked at all either. Very few links to speak of.
What was that about "low quality" filters?