In the past several months, Google has undertaken a major effort to improve the quality of its index.
From cracking down on high-profile retailers using black hat and grey hat SEO techniques to algorithm updates designed to weed out low-quality content farms, there can be little doubt that Google is serious about changing perceptions about its dedication to quality SERPs.
And Google’s effort continues. Yesterday, the search giant announced that it rolled out its “high-quality sites algorithm” globally to all English-speaking users. It also announced that it’s incorporating feedback provided by users into its algorithm.