Sheesh.....cursed short title boxes.
"Hijacking" or stealing Google search results then putting them on a parasite webpage: Good or bad for the websites that are *ON* the page?
Check out this useless parasite website. Does anyone know the point of a webpage like this? factorysource[dot]net . Scroll way down. WTF?? Yeah. (I did not make it clickable on purpose, I'm not about to give it any IBL credit). They've apparently "hijacked" or stolen a G feed, at the very least copied it (which should be illegal). So would this harm those websites that are in the result feed, help them, or neither?
Notice the first crap-load of them are search results for employee and awards. But next they are search results for toys, fundraising, incentives, then electronics, wholesale, consumer, battery operated, ethnic doll, and on and on. Wow, that's a load of OBL's.
Of course, G rewards this blatant blackhat BS with a first page placement for fund raising toys while honest site owners such as myself get screwed by them.
(I'm not in the same genre as they are by any stretch, I just happened to accidentally find that webpage while checking how badly my white-hat pages had dropped.....again, and it's BS like in the index that pi$$es me off. Sorry but it's frustrating and maddening. Maybe we can get a forum started or a sticky thread started about blackhat websites, where we can post garbage like this! Oh, but I guess that would be good for them because G would reward them with IBL credit and increased PR. Everyone would have to remember to always type the URL so they would never be recognizable by bots).
So I'm curious as to the point of all this and what it hopes to accomplish. Hmmm, I guess I answered my own question since they have first-page-placement. It obviously works for them. But what does it do for the websites that are in those results that appear on the page? I see this a lot at countless websites.