Late last month, Google tweaked its search algorithm to drive higher-quality websites to the top of search results for most queries and push articles from low-quality “content farms” lower in search results (read the official Google blog post here). Content farms have flooded search engine results lately, frustrating web users who are seeking high-quality information from credible websites. The algorithm adjustment affected over 10% of sites indexed by Google. Have you noticed a change in your Google results?
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