|POST TITLE||:||Google changes search formula to push down ‘low-quality’ sites|
|POSTED||:||17th March 2011|
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Formula changes will affect 11.8% of search queries – about one in eight, “said Google Blog. Now, the trick will be in the United States before applying finally the rest of the world.
For months, Google has been fighting against the presence of “content farm like mine for how that clicks through the generation of items based on popular searches, but none is specifically mentioned.
The new algorithm will be less of these places in the ranking of search for “original content sites and information such as research, detailed, insightful and so on,” wrote the company.
The update is not directly related to feedback blacklist extension Google Chrome launched last week to block specific sites that appear in search results. But when cross-checked against the area’s top ten blocked by extension, Google has found that the formula change has also ordered 84% of the blocked areas.
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