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What is your interpretation of “thin content”?

I’ve read Google’s Guidelines on thin content and as their explanation seems fairly detailed I have an idea in my head as to what they mean by “thin”.

They even provide a few specific examples, which I find helpful.

However, I constantly see high ranking websites for long tail keyword phrases where the high ranking pages seem to fit their examples of thin content.

That being the case, I’m thinking my understanding is off target.

I’m curious what your understanding is.

How do you ensure that a post or article you publish meets Google’s quality guidelines and is not “thin”?

Please be as specific as you can.

Thank you (in advance) for participating.

 

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