Play_Bach - 2:44 pm on Mar 15, 2013 (gmt 0)
> I wonder how they found them and determined they had to turn off the arrows?
I clicked through to a gallery site the other day that appeared to not have any navigation links at all, just a couple of AdSense ads. If I didn't know better, the AdSense arrows would be the thing I'd click to advance to the next page. Pure MFA. My hunch is Google went after high CTR sites and niches abusing the navigation angle.