Publishing Low-Quality Content

Did you know that plagiarism is the thing Google hates most about your website? Google simply believes that everyone is unique and, so, should be able to produce unique thoughts in content without trying to copy information from another source.

If you’re caught with duplicate content, this can, of course, demote you down to one of the last positions in the Alexa ranking assessment score.

Do you make frantic effort to write good content on your site at all? Google penalizes low-quality content and downgrades such in search results. No improvement for that at all!

How does Google describe low-quality content? How about great content? The kind of content that is written only for the sake of increasing the number of articles you have so far on your site, but which is not useful to other people’s businesses at all is categorized as low-quality content.

High-quality content is such that is highly-informative, helpful, remarkable, compelling, creative, engaging, informative, and useful to others regardless of their own niches. In Google’s perspective, high-quality content is such that a little child can read and find useful. If you continue writing low-quality content, it will surely get your website ostracized in search engines.



Join the Discussion
Write something…
Recent messages
Silverspot Premium
Love your classes very informative and educational.
Thank you so much!
Lily
Reply
Israel17 Premium
You're highly cherished, Silverspot. Thanks for the visit and kudos for the reading! Glad to know that someone found these resources informative and educational! Wish you breakthroughs in your online endeavors! See you at the top of the online world!

Israel Olatunji
Reply
FKelso Premium
Thanks, Israel. So far I think I'm following the rules just fine.
Reply
Israel17 Premium
Much welcome, FKelso! Thanks for the reading! Keep following the tactics. You'll surely become a rock star in the online world. Thanks!
Reply
RubenV1 Premium
Thanks for the important info. I'll make sure I only stick with our training, if it's not in the training, I'm not using it. It is safer this way.
It would be a failure for sure if Google disapproves my site for unethical stuff. I cannot afford that!
Ruben
Reply
Israel17 Premium
Hello, RubenV1! Thanks for deciding to abide by our training here at WA lest any unwanted problem arises in the nearest future! Kudos! Wish you much success in your online endeavors! Looking forward to seeing more of your future accomplishments! Thanks for the visit!

blogging tips to become successful online. Israel Olatunji
Reply
Tumzkui Premium
Good advice may be if i had known about the automation in content writing i could have gone for it. Now i know i should not. Thank you and Happy new year
Reply
Israel17 Premium
Kudos, you didn't know about the automation tools when you would have earnestly tried using them! Much impressed!
Reply
JKulk1 Premium
Fortunately I don't do any of the 'bad' things that upset Google. However, the bots thing has me worried. I work hard at increasing my social media presence and for some reason Instagram believes I use bots (which I definitely don't). I'd hate for Google to think I use them. Jim
Reply
Israel17 Premium
Thanks for stopping by, JKulk1! Much grateful! Sorry for the false accusation by Instagram! Google is smarter and will never place such a false accusation on you at all. Keep rocking your blog safely and securely and there'll be nothing to worry about. Thanks for your visit! See you at the top of the online world!

Israel Olatunji
Reply
Top