Matt Cutts posted about giving feedback to Google, when you come across a page with “no results found” or “empty review” pages, whenever you perform search, which falls under Google’s webmaster guidelines in a few ways. Here’s how to report a bad user experience.
- Go to authenticated spam report form and sign in.
- In “Additional details” section, enter “noresults” (all one word, all lowercase).
- Provide an actual “no results found” or “empty review” example url. For e.g., in the “Additional details” section, the text can be as short as this:
When I searched for [blue widget reviews] on Google, the url http://www.example.com/review/2008?q=blue+widget looks like it has reviews, but when you click through you see the message “No Comments | 0 Positive Reviews | 0 Negative Reviews. Overall Rating: No Ratings. Leave Your Ratings or Reviews here!” The page doesn’t actually have any information or reviews of the blue widget product.