Google’s chief spam fighter, Matt Cutts, announced that Google is taking extra steps towards eliminating websites that attempt to game its algorithm. Websites similar to eHow.com attempt to garner high rankings on the search engine by providing low-quality keyword dense articles. Google has already made algorithmic changes to fight the content farms, but admits that more needs to be done to combat the spam. Read the full article at Google’s blog
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