Andrew Rice looks into the growing trend of online media companies crafting their content around the top search queries of the day:

There is, of course, nothing wrong with giving readers what they secretly want every once in a while. The problem arises when you start producing articles solely for the id of the search engines, because some clicks are more valuable than others.

The Dish has recently shifted its focus away from pageviews.

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