Yesterday I informed you about Auto RSS generated content ranking higher in search engine after Google panda effect and in effort to recover form Google panda effect, I have been reporting all such links to Google so that Google will remove them from web search.
Here I’m sharing the tutorial on how you can report those sites to Google. The process is easy and Google usually takes 2-10 days to process your request.
Specially Blogger DMCA team is very active and they delete such reported blog posts or complete blog from BlogSpot. But for self hosted WordPress blog, you can only report to remove it from Google web search but to delete that blog completely, you need to send a DMCA notice to webhosting of that site. In this post we will only be dealing with removing such content from search engine.
Find copied content from your blog:
There are many services like Copyscape, copygator which you can use to find copied content from your blog. Or you can simply pick up a line from your blog post and do a Google search with quotes ( “ Text here ” ) and find all copied content.
Report copied content to Google:
So once you have identified your copied content. Go to Google DMCA page and select web search or Blogger what ever is appropriate. Select web search when reported website is not on BlogSpot, else select BlogSpot.
In this case I’m selecting Blogger as an Example:
Now fill out the form and report all the links. You can use single form to report multiple links.
Before submitting, recheck your request. It may be little time taking process, but this works the best and within couple of days you will get rid of all such web content and you will get back all your stolen traffic.
If those blogs (Auto RSS content generated blogs) are using Adsense on their pages. Follow this link and report it to Google adsense team for violation of copyright. This will cost adsense account to spammer.
So far, I have removed hundred of links in last couple of days and I can see traffic is coming back to my blog. Specially for those keywords which was stolen by such copy-paste blogger.
Earlier, I never bothered about reporting such posts to Google but now it’s always a good idea to report all such possible pages to Google. Do let us know are you in habit of reporting such copied content to Google or not?
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