I am talking about huge authority sites like Bestproducts and Totalbeauty.. Say for example for something like "best flat iron" they will have a slider showing each flat iron... with like 2 lines of text about it and a link to Amazon or Nordstroms etc... and then you have to click "next" to see the next product they recommend. As a surfer it is super annoying as you have to keep clicking "next" to see the next recommended item. I mean, who is going to click 10 times? Is the whole purpose of it to aggravate the surfer so they will just click through to the affiliate site and buy the damn thing? Also. I think it's funny as small time webmasters always think about how it's all about content and that good content equals 3000 words of text! Whereas authority sites that have 20,000 referring domains and over a million dollars worth of organic traffic according to Ahrefs are just writing 2-3 sentences about the product and then moving on to the next slide.... Goes to show that authority wins over all. If you have enough authority you can just rank with a few sentences; no need to write a long ass novel. A ton of content is not always good because most people who have credit cards (primarily Americans) are lazy as FUCK and don't want to read anything! We don't even read when we have to such as for school, college, work. Most don't even want to read something if their life depended on it; they are not going to sift through a long ass article because webmasters assume longer content is better. That's not the point though; my point was the sliders... Am I the only one who finds this super annoying and why do so many authority sites have their nuts all over these annoying slider things?