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Google’s Panda update punishes websites with thin content, or pages full of links or SEO writing. If your average article length is under 200 words, search engines will likely be more critical of the content, and the general rule of thumb is that articles of 300 words or more are less likely to put you at risk for infringing on “thin” content.

However, this is your online presence, not your 9th grade English essay. Bloggers that write just to hit a word count will get the same results as when you wrote a summary about Romeo and Juliet in summer school: a C+ grade at best.

Google’s Panda update punishes websites with thin content, or pages full of links or SEO writing. If your average article length is under 200 words, search engines will likely be more critical of the content, and the general rule of thumb is that articles of 300 words or more are less likely to put you at risk for infringing on “thin” content.

However, this is your online presence, not your 9th grade English essay. Bloggers that write just to hit a word count will get the same results as when you wrote a summary about Romeo and Juliet in summer school: a C+ grade at best.

Google’s Panda update punishes websites with thin content, or pages full of links or SEO writing. If your average article length is under 200 words, search engines will likely be more critical of the content, and the general rule of thumb is that articles of 300 words or more are less likely to put you at risk for infringing on “thin” content.

However, this is your online presence, not your 9th grade English essay. Bloggers that write just to hit a word count will get the same results as when you wrote a summary about Romeo and Juliet in summer school: a C+ grade at best.

Google’s Panda update punishes websites with thin content, or pages full of links or SEO writing. If your average article length is under 200 words, search engines will likely be more critical of the content, and the general rule of thumb is that articles of 300 words or more are less likely to put you at risk for infringing on “thin” content.

However, this is your online presence, not your 9th grade English essay. Bloggers that write just to hit a word count will get the same results as when you wrote a summary about Romeo and Juliet in summer school: a C+ grade at best.

 

 

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