I would like to know if there exists a name and maybe explanation for a phenomenon described below:
- I type into Google (or other search engine) words "chicken quick recipes".
- I click the first result I get, because it seems promising. It comes from PortalA.
- The webpage I see is not a page with a certain recipe but is a PortalA's inner search engine result list -- at the top of the webpage I see a search bar with words "chicken quick recipes" rewritten. The articles found by the inner search engine are not relevant to what I want, for example one article is on "quick recipes" and other on "chicken" (the words appear in the short summaries of the articles and you can click on links to them).
Of course I somewhat understand how Google works, that I will not always get what I want, and that it might be hard to distinguish that the terms come from different article summaries when it indexes the pages.
But I used not to have such problems, so I wonder if there is a special technique exercised by such portals involved, especially that search engine results seem rather a dynamic page, so how they get indexed at all? Does Google crawler input different search strings into such pages and index resulting pages, it does not seem right?