Interesting note from Matt McGee about content farms (such as eHow, with a post about How to Pour Water): "50 people liked this page on Facebook. Google & Bing have no way to know that it was probably Liked as an example of useless content, so they bump up the score for this content thus risking that it will rank decently for some other searches as well."
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