There is a stream of thought that has recently become more intense among some larger websites that have in the past been compared with the dreaded, “content farm” status allegedly developed by Google to identify some websites that do not provide extreme value to its readers.
Some of these websites, include, Ezine Articles, and a lot of other article directory websites, AKA, allegedly (content farms) now to combat this rather vague determination a lot of these websites have instituted stringent guides that are said to increase the value of the content being offered, much of these guides is said to eliminate 90 percent, (allegedly) of average readable content.
It would be nice if we were all English Majors and used perfect English in all our thoughts and all our conversations, but that is not the real world.
In the real world much of the way we communicate is in an average dialog, much like many books read, we like the familiar, we like the normal, it is comforting, so when you start to see something that is not normal being presented as if it were normal, then you have to begin to wonder how so many content creators can make the assumption that all content must now be perfect, but that is not what the real world is like.
When you look at a New York Times best seller, and you see mistakes, in the editing, knowing that a book is also not perfect, it just makes sense that website content will also often have some level of mistakes, since people are by our very natures not perfect, the idea of finding perfection in a websites language is just well silly.
So, in the short term, this idea of perfect content may seem like a good thing but once, the people begin to navigate away from some of these “perfect” websites, because the content may not be logical or even understandable, “human readable” we think that eventually what will happen is that Google and other search engines like Bing, will change the way they rank websites.
Personally we just like the idea of being human and so free to speak as a human speaks.
We think it just makes sense to be normal and understandable…