I think I’m in big trouble…
I write with ellipsis (ore is that ellipsises?) and all sorts of odd punctuation.
And a lot of my posts are meant to be read, not for multi page engagements. (which likely would be a good thing for me to think about)
Will Google hate me?
The first thing that webmasters need to keep in mind is that low-quality pages will impact all the sites on a domain. While it’s difficult to say precisely what that means, here are a few things to avoid:
- Pages that duplicate content from another site.
- Content that has a lot of spelling or grammatical errors.
- Pages that have notably poor performance on analytics. You should check your bounce rate, time on page, etc., to determine which pages are poor performers.
- Content that has an ad-to-content ratio that’s heavy on advertisements.