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Old 09-04-2013, 09:20 PM
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Google’s Matt Cutts Talks Auto-Generated Pages

This is a good video to watch.

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Google takes action on pages that are auto-generated, and add no value. You probably know that. Google talks about this kind of content in its Quality Guidelines. But that hasn’t stopped Matt Cutts from discussing it further in a new Webmaster Help Video in response to the user-submitted question:
Continued at: http://www.webpronews.com/googles-ma...-pages-2013-09

Here is the video if you don't want to visit the blog to watch it.
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Old 09-20-2013, 08:18 PM
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Good.

I've landed on plenty of those kind of pages that Mr. Cutts talks about in the video, ending up on a page with "0 results" or "0 reviews" and completely overrun with ads.

Mr. Cutts is right, as an end user it is annoying and frustrating.

Though I really don't see why people need to do that auto-generated stuff in the first place?
 
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Old 09-22-2013, 11:11 AM
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This is a really good topic considering how many times I see search results pop up in the top 3 spots for keywords that go to search result pages on walmart, target and home depot that have 0 results returned.

Should I start reporting those pages as spam?

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If Google did 10% of what Matt Cutts said, they would be easier to work with.
 
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If Google did 10% of what Matt Cutts said, they would be easier to work with.
That's a provocative idea. I would love to hear an example or two and understand more specifically what you mean.
 
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