Irrelevant and insufficient content that is not suitable for the target audience and does not meet the user demand is called thin content. Attaching great importance to user experience, Google is also very sensitive about the quality of the content offered. Google aims its users to encounter web pages with high-quality and original content;  therefore, leaves pages with thin content at the back by ranking others higher in search results.  So, thin content should be improved to offer a better user experience. Pages that are automatically generated, filled with keywords to achieve better ranking, do not offer anything, or do not contain any text are also considered pages with thin content. Problems arising from thin content can be solved by removing pages with thin content or redirecting users to other pages.