HuskyPup - 6:31 pm on Oct 6, 2010 (gmt 0)
i would be really interested in knowing how it could be beneficial to information-packed pages as you suggest?
How many sites do you visit and bounce straight back because what you are looking for evidently is not there? If you can see the page is possibly good for you then the user is more likely to click through.
But they definitely can't steal content and call it an anti-spam move?
Same argument actually, you can see if it's crap therefore most intelligent users won't click through if they can see that it's an MFA or crammed with ads etc.
I'm not saying I'm right however there could be some benefits to this, I'd like to see it in action before siding either way however Google had better be prepared for a possible reduction in AdWords income if users start filtering out sites using this process...and of course AdSense publishers could adversely be hit as well:-(