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Editors note: Do I know very much about SEO or web "content farms"? Well, not very much.
However, after reading several articles which describe what has happened, it seems to be a good idea. It looks like the bottom line is that a move has been made to curb the actions of mostly commercial sites who in the past have used google to increase their business/s by creating sites which were nothing more than a "hodgepodge" of key words which caused google as well as all the daffy folks who search there to travel to a new page with zero content which matched the promise but rather is chocked full of ads which they want you to respond to.
Nothing has changed to dispute the old adage that "content is king". It looks to me like many of the social networking sites whose only mission in life is to promote a hobby or idea will be the winner here.