Help I-COM Save Our Content Farms from Google’s Panda Update
Manchester online marketing firm I-COM has launched a campaign today, aimed at saving content farms and farmers from a terrible plight.
Many in the online marketing industry are aware of Google’s recent algorithm update, codenamed ‘Panda’, which launched in the US recently.
What they may not be aware of is the devastation wrought by this update on harmless content farms.
Content farms, and their dedicated farmers, have happily co-existed with purveyors of high quality content for over ten years. Now, as a result of Google’s Panda update, that existence is under threat.
It’s a threat that has already been realised in the US, where the listings of content farms and farmers have been decimated in Google’s results.
I-COM’s Head of SEO, Mindy Gofton, is the mastermind behind I-COM’s charitable endeavour. During a press conference yesterday, she made a passionate plea on behalf of content farms everywhere:
“Google’s treatment of US content farms has been absolutely disgraceful. At I-COM we want to make sure the same thing doesn’t happen to UK content farms.
“That’s why we’ve launched an appeal, in the hope that people throughout the UK will take pity on content farms, and donate as little as £3 a month towards preserving our home-grown content farms.
“We cannot sit back and let this happen to our search results. If you’re still unsure, think where you would be without the EHows and WikiHows of this world. Would you have any idea how to stop taking pain medication, peel a banana or make a small space seem bigger? I doubt it.”
Find out more about I-COM’s content farms appeal on their website: http://www.i-com.net/community/adopt-a-content-farm/
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