GOOGLE SAYS "NO" TO POOR QUALITY CONTENT
Google has refused to publish low quality content. After downgrading hundreds of websites with plagiarised content, the search engine giant has sent a powerful message to "Content Mills" or "Content Farms" that shoddy content is not acceptable. Some dodgy websites have been totally removed from Google's pages.
This is excellent news for ethical content providers and copywriters. We cannot compete for $2 an article - and we don't want to! Relevant content is a subtle blend of writing for humans, good SEO principles and providing useful information to customers - whether these customers are clients or employees.