superclown2 - 9:52 am on Nov 11, 2012 (gmt 0)
No sh1t, the first 5 pages about this medical condition were eHow-type sites with absolutely NO information; while Wikipedia was on the 6th page, I literally spent 20 minutes trying to find answers to the most basic questions.
You did well. I did a Google search for a medical problem yesterday and about 25% of the sites I visited tried to drop a viral attachment on my computer. They were full of junk text which included the search term and presumably got away with it because it's not a very commonly searched one. Leaving aside the ethics of the site owners targeting people with serious health problems I didn't have the same problem a couple of years ago and needless to say I haven't had the same problem with Bing. Meanwhile for high money terms in my niche about a third of the first page results are new sites with thousands of junk links and the rest are the usual mega sites with no real information that don't even sell the products themselves. What on earth is going on at the Plex?