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How Is Google Algorithmically Combating Farm Content.

If you have a site, then you might be still anxious to know how the new algorithm Google deployed last weeks --- in order to clean the web, is really working. Well, think no more, Google search engineers, Amit Singhal, search-quality guru and Matt Cutts, Google’s top search-spam fighter give insights as to what the algorithm is meant to:

    Cutts: I think you look for signals that recreate that same intuition, that same experience that you have as an engineer and that users have. Whenever we look at the most blocked sites, it did match our intuition and experience, but the key is, you also have your experience of the sorts of sites that are going to be adding value for users versus not adding value for users. And we actually came up with a classifier to say, okay, IRS or Wikipedia or New York Times is over on this side, and the low-quality sites are over on this side. And you can really see mathematical reasons …

    Singhal: You can imagine in a hyperspace a bunch of points, some points are red, some points are green, and in others there’s some mixture. Your job is to find a plane which says that most things on this side of the place are red, and most of the things on that side of the plane are the opposite of red.

What has been your experiences? Is your page being effected in any way by Google's algorithm update?

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