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… Google has completely rewritten the Quality Ratings Guideline, the resource that their team of quality raters uses to rate websites for Google. This one is a brand new version, rewritten from the ground up, so it isn’t just a refresh of the old one (and most doesn’t even resemble any of the old Guidelines that SEOs scrutinized in detail…
… site and which ones aren’t, so you can look at reducing the ads before Google decides to up the ante with a harsher version of the Page Layout Algorithm. The post How Google Views Advertising in Google’s Quality Rating Guidelines appeared first on The SEM Post. …
In the brand new version of the Google Quality Rater’s Guidelines, they stress the importance of the rater’s judging the reputation of an author and a website. So it definitely raises the question of how Google might be looking at reputation on a larger scale and how they might be planning to incorporate parts of reputation into the algo.
There’s been a lot of speculation about the Supplementary Content that Google refers to extensively in their new Google Quality Rater’s Guidelines that the company recently rewrote. One of the things they want raters to check for is whether or not there’s helpful Supplementary Content that enhances a webpage, and ensuring there’s no Supplementary Content , such as obtrusive or ...