I commonly search Google or Bing for questions related to programming, and often I get results from Stack Overflow. That's a good thing, of course.
Recently, however, a lot of these results are pointing to URLs like
stackoverflow.com/questions?page=3&sort=newest that have a low probability of actually presenting the relevant post. Worse, the search vendor's result format rarely shows the actual title of the question, so there's often nothing to search the page for on the Stack Overflow-side.
Here's another marginally related question with an image that illustrates the issue.
Basically, Stack Overflow is contributing a lot of high-quality information to these search engines, but in a manner that is nearly unusable - like landing you on the home page. Is there anything you could do to make your results on vendor engines friendlier?
EDIT: As per request, here's a random example.