a website that seeks to elevate the ranking of its pages in search results and to attract advertisers by incorporating popular search terms in its high-volume content, often with little attention to originality, appropriateness, or quality of content.
- Also called con·tent mill .
- content farming, noun
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How to use content farm in a sentence
In what was a relatively short rollout, around 12% of US search queries were affected and the target of the rollout was poor quality sites relying way too heavily on content farms and directories to fabricate their popularity in search.The Panda anniversary and what we desperately must remember about search | Kevin Mullaney | February 24, 2021 | Search Engine Watch