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How Does Google Determine Content Quality? How Would You? – Episode 8

Google has always told us they want us to be creating “high-quality pages” that give searchers exactly what they were looking for, but what do they mean by “quality”? Today’s episode brings you a lively and sometimes intense dialogue among some of the most seasoned veterans in SEO. Eric Enge and guest co-host Mark Traphagen invited Bill Slawski, Ammon Johns, and David Harry to share their experience, tested knowledge, and outright speculation about how Google evaluates quality content. Now that Google’s Panda algorithm is out in its fourth version, understanding that is more important than ever, as you’ll hear.
This episode of the #DMEShow, How Does Google Determine Content Quality? How Would You?, originally aired on July 31st, 2014.
You can listen to this episode on either iTunes or Stitcher
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Eric Enge

Eric Enge is part of the Digital Marketing practice at Perficient. He designs studies and produces industry-related research to help prove, debunk, or evolve assumptions about digital marketing practices and their value. Eric is a writer, blogger, researcher, teacher, and keynote speaker and panelist at major industry conferences. Partnering with several other experts, Eric served as the lead author of The Art of SEO.

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