I searched for "ovation tangent 357 truss rod" and Google came out with only three possibly useful results at the top, followed by seven results from
I didn't care too much about it, so I went to the next results page, but there they were again. A whole page full of those useless
I also found out the URLs of the results (those in green, before the "Similar pages" link) contained invalid characters such as U+FF0E and U+FF43, which render as characteres identical to "." and "c", respectively, but not the standard "." (U+002E) and "c" (U+0063) characters. i.e.: d39[\uff0e]1xacb.[\uff43]n/ (visually, d39.1xacb.cn/).
Seems like all of those domains were registered early this month.
Yahoo and Altavista behave in a similar way with the same search keywords, but they give only three result pages. Microsoft Live Search does not show any of those
What could be the goal of spamming a search engine? To avoid the visitor to find what he/she looks for? Those are just randomly named domains and they don't sell or advertise anything."