Google to take action towards false search results inserted straight into browsing history
Google had done a transparent position late Friday on a Google webmaster blog that they will not endure webmasters pulling false hunt formula to searchers by a use of browser story spamming techniques.
However Google has been seeing more sites that are tricking user’s browsers into going to new pages full of ads when they push the back button. This is the subject of Google’s warning.
Google explained, when a user clicks a back symbol on their browser, they land on a new page that they have never visited before. This usually happens when a user is coming from a hunt formula page, he might think that he is going back to the hunt results. But instead they are taken to a page that looks similar, but is indeed wholly advertisements.