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FEATURED ARTICLE — March 2nd, 2015

Thin Content; What It is and Why Google Hates It?

Yes, you’ve got that right: Google hates thin content and is constantly rolling out new methods to penalize websites that promote such content in an attempt to rank higher in search engine results.

Why is thin content so bad for your business? Can it actually jeopardize your relationship with Google in the long run? Moreover, what kind of impact does thin content have on your audience? An in-depth look at this problem reveals that thin content is a serious concern with multiple definitions and potential solutions.

Fortunately, you can address all these issues by starting to analyze your web content from a machine’s perspective.

What’s The Actual Relationship between Google’s Panda and Thin Content?

Google has generously shed some light on this matter: thin
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