Google’s history of differentiating good content from bad content

This article briefly discusses Google’s history of differentiating good (high-quality) content from bad content (low-quality) content since its inception several years ago. Initially, when Google started out, its algorithm was developed as the basis for SEO on its platform; since then it has been used to create a noticeable gap between high-quality and low-quality content. This gap has helped internet users bridge a line between good and bad content, or acceptable and unacceptable content. (Featured Image Credit: Pixabay.com.)

Google’s history of differentiating good content from bad content

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