Spam has become a major sore spot for Google. Matt Cutts explains the steps Google will take to target content farms generating low-quality content. He believes the company has done a good job beating back Web spam and even illegal and sneakier tactics by spammers. Cutts provides some promises on how Google will fight back to reduce the influence of content farms in search rankings, as well as how it alters its search algorithm to give searchers better results.
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