What is Thin Content? – Definition
Thin Content is low quality content that we deal with on the Internet. These are mainly short texts containing factual, grammatical, spelling or syntactic errors. They are usually not very readable and not very attractive, which results in a decrease in the quality of the page where they are placed.
How does Google see it?
The Google search engine has a much broader understanding of low quality content. These are texts that contain too many keywords or are optimized for the wrong phrase. Sometimes they also lack graphic distinction of important fragments, which affects SEO activities. Thin content are also blocks of continuous text, which are not divided into paragraphs and do not have headers – a description unfriendly to the user, which can be suspected of being of no value (that is spam). This group also includes automatically generated content and hidden text.