The pharma spammer gang see earlier post by myself, who continue to aggressively target the Stack Exchange family of sites, has recently transitioned to promoting links to pages hosted by Google Sites.
A Metasmoke search for
sites.google.com over the spam reports on the Stack Exchange sites indexed by the Charcoal anti-spam volunteer effort currently returns 20 results, the latest four of which are all similar. Currently, the oldest of these is 14 days old, but the other 3 arrived in the last 3 days. This is looking vaguely like an escalating trend.
In other words, it seems like this spam gang is now inceasingly experimenting with sites hosted by Google, presumably to reduce their risk of having their main sites disconnected.
I'm creating this question to collect ideas for how to give Google's abuse team a good picture of the overall problem with this persistent spam gang and their recently changed tactic.
How can we best get in touch with Google to report this?
See also Can a machine be taught to flag spam automatically? for a bit of background about Charcoal and Metasmoke.