what is low quality and high quality website in Google termlogy ?
How Google does differentiate the low quality and high quality website, is it about content? Or it is also about the technology used to create that website, suppose that if two website a, b or more than two website a, b, c… have similar content how does Google understand that A has copied B content or B has copied C content and in such case whose ranking will affect a, b or c
Can you please elaborate the difference between the low quality and high quality website?
The indexable content is extremely important. It should be useful and/or entertaining for your human visitors. Google uses the word "compelling"; basically that means that ideally when someone (not necessarily everyone) reads that page they say "Wow That's good. I wish I had found this page before. I must tell my friends about it. I must come back and visit this page/site again."
That compelling content might be about engineering design, hip-hop, political theory, religion, beekeeping, health or any other subject.
The content should also be unique - i.e not found on other sites.
As far search engines such as google are concerned, the technology does NOT need to be particularly complex are advanced; basic coding methods that enable the seach engines to crawl the content and reach the content are fine for search engines.
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