Now can they fix youtube searches? And regular google ones while they're at it? Srs, the biggest search engine around doesn't even leverage everything to provide accurate results. No Google, if I put a phrase in quotation marks, it means I want that exact phrase in the results or no results at all. I don't want the search to completely ignore my quotations (youtube) or find out that there probably aren't any results and then ignore my quotations (google).
Seriously, it pisses me off that it's harder to find a video on google if you know exactly what you're looking for than it does to find one through clicking sidebars.
Link farms - I know how those work. But "like farms"? I don't really even see how that could be done, at least not in a way that would seriously bend a Facebook search. Every site with a desire to build a solid user base has "like" buttons scattered around, after all. What can a like farm do to make its services worth shelling out money for?