There are many Copy, Paste, Link, One Liner Answers. If this is the best answer someone can post, I would strongly recommending not providing an answer. It is not an improvement on a google search, but a step back, as the person has to navigate off the site to get all the information.
This is an example, not personal:
Should I be worried that my 11 month old Bichon Frise hasn't had her first season?
I have done this myself and bore the downvotes, accepted feedback and improved, see edits here:
Our community manager (Tim Post ♦) sums it up well here:
Why aren't people answering using their own words?
What kind of answers are we looking for?
It is preferable to leave a question unanswered than provide poor answers.
or worse, one of our most upvoted answers, is totally plagiarised
Recommendations for introducing kittens to adult cats
This meta post deals with link only answers Are answers that just contain links elsewhere really "good answers"?