Samantha's "Why Most Cream For Wrinkles Doesn't Work" on "feelingwow.com" is one of the latest in a blitz of irrelevant Google Blog alerts that purport to be about structured settlements. Download Google Blog Alert Supposedly About Structured Settlements But Isn't
A control-F keyword search of the blog page contains no instance of the words "structured settlements". This author then discovered that the source code for "Why Most Cream for Wrinkles Doesn't Work" contains the words 'structured settlements" Download Why-most-cream-for-wrinkles-doesnt-work (scroll to page 9, see highlighted option 139)
The source code also contains keywords for other financial terms unrelated to wrinkle creams or the subject matter of Samatha Jackson's article.
The dishonest scumbags who call themselves "search engine optimizers", who intentionally manipulate source code by inserting irrelevant keywords to drive traffic, contribute to the diminishing utility of Google Blog Alerts for structured settlements and undoubtably other subjects as well. This is not in the best interest of consumers and Google should be banning these folks. With increasing numbers of people using the Internet as their primary source for news and information it is critical that search providers like Google and Yahoo take responsible steps to filter out the crap.