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When people asked Cutts about the next Penguin Update he thought: You don’t want the next Penguin update, the engineers have been working hard.
For Penguin:- The updates are going the be jarring and julting for a while.
Webmasters who want to get as much visibility as possible should look at the spectrum of value you’re adding.
At the scale of today's (and tomorrow's) web, it looks to me like algorithms are a necessity. Penguin is an early attempt at a new kind of algorithm (the ground was first broken by Panda) and it's only a beginning, I'm sure.
Google thinks its generic algorithms can determine the nuanced content differences between pages. It can't.
"if google does not send users there is no review"
Exactly. Why would Google want to rank a site with no visitors.
There's nothing as impartial or more up to date than the collective views of your visitors.
Google isn't in a position to measure enough user metrics with enough accuracy to rely on them alone. Hence the use of links and so on.
Cutts told us to put more >> real, unique << content. That is a fact and I understand it. But tell me what a price compare engine gives you unique content?