Google's latest search engine algorithm update (code name: Panda) caused a ranking drop for many websites. Google wants to reduce the rankings of low-quality content in the search results.
To make it easier for webmasters to find out if the web page content is good enough for Google's new quality filters, Google has published some questions that will help you to judge the quality of your site:
Can your web page content be trusted?
Is the content of your web pages unique?
Do you check the quality of your web pages?
Do you create web pages for your visitors or for search engines?
Do your web pages contain enough real content?
Even if your web pages contain great content, you still have to make sure that Google finds your web pages relevant to the right keywords. If you want to make sure that Google lists your web pages on the first result page for the right keywords optimize it with the Top 10 Optimizer.
Article by Axandra SEO software
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