I've been hearing a lot about this guide in the context of E.A.T. (Expertise of Authority and Trust ), and YMYL (your money your life) topics. Google apparently places much weight in these areas of concern for providing poor content and mis- informtion especailly in areas of health and wealth.

Anyone thinking about this when trying to find keyword content???
Thanks, folks

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feigner Premium
there is a lot of information held within the 165 pages or so of the google qr guide...
but there are major parts of your life that google will only use what it thinks are high quality or expert sites...
this mainly comes about because it had a result for an alternative treatment for someone having a heart attack ( pains down hte left arm)...
the result said to sit down and rest....rather than call a paramedic...
this is the story i heard....
so now google is running scared of being sued... as with the rest of us...for any advice it refers you to relating to medical or finances...for starters...
so it is wise to be careful on how you phrase things...and the keywords you pick for ranking...
no major claims of earnings, or health related claims, or pet related claims....
at the end of the day it is their business ...
it is not your right to be indexed...if they choose to index you brilliant....but if not then you need to seek alternative forms of traffic...
good keyword hunting
phil
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DianeScorpio Premium
Hi - I have written a couple of blog posts on the subject.
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baughsten Premium Plus
Thanks Diane. I'll check tem out..
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