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    Help Google Spam Report Team by Reporting Scraper Sites

    February 28, 2014
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    Update: This article has been updated with new link Tweeted by Matt Cutts for reporting scrap sites. Months back Google rolled out improve algo to fight against Scraper site and later Google panda rolled out, instead of eliminating scrapper sites from Internet, Panda increased the ranking of many scrapper site and even original content was outranked by such scrapper site. Bloggers like me worked day and night to report such posts to Google DMCA & ...

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    Duplicate Web Content : How to Prevent It

    August 29, 2012
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    Do you own a website? If you do, are you sure that you have unique content? How do you even know if other webmasters are copying from your site? Well, one indication could be a penalty from Google. If this is the case, you will usually receive a notification in your Webmaster Tools account. On the other hand, you can use online plagiarism tools to check for copied articles or short text. But do you have any idea what exactly duplicate ...

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    How to Avoid Getting your Blog Posts Copied

    August 16, 2012
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    How Does it feel when your hours of work researching, writing and proof-reading gets leeched without any token of appreciation like link back to your blog or an acknowledgement. There are hundreds of thousands of auto blogs which fuel on RSS feed aggregation and pure plagiarism. I wouldn’t bother if my blog has considerably huge authority. I evidenced few of my articles from my relatively new blogs without much backlink background getting scraped and the leechers outranking my ...

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    DMCA Takedown Penalty Added as New Factor in Google Ranking

    August 11, 2012
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    Plagiarism and piracy is something which is not new to Internet. Every day, we see lots of torrents and pirated content on the Web. For a Blogger, seeing their content copied somewhere is nothing new and we often file a DMCA takedown request to remove such content from Web index. Specially after First Google panda launch, plagiarism content become an issue and we have seen sites copying content ranked higher in many cases. In last one ...

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    Top 10 Free Online Tools To Check For Content Theft: Anti-Plagiarism

    August 22, 2011
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    Plagiarism, defined for blogosphere, is  basically copying one’s content/image. Well, I get frustrated when I see people copying articles from one blog and pasting it over another – especially my articles. Moreover, it really hurts when I see a better search engine ranking for the copied article than the original one. I’m sure even you are annoyed with those bloggers. Isn’t it? We have already covered many useful article for Bloggers to fight against such ...

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    Why Partial Feed Option is Essential After Panda Update [ Example]

    August 13, 2011
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    We all know that Google panda comes as a nightmare for many bloggers and many of them has seen big traffic drop. Even my blog got penalized by Google panda and I tried to understand the reasons behind it. Some of them which was easy to realize: My old posts which I started in beginning of my career were too small and can’t be considered as quality one. Slow blog loading time: This is one ...

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    Confession of a Blogger

    November 6, 2008
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    Initial days of blogging is always full of many mistakes, and we learn from it. Today, I’m writing this article to make a confession. A silly mistake which I made unintentionally, and wanted to confess here to get myself out of self-guilt. Before I start with my confession I would like to share one mistake that might hamper my reputation, but since my readers are my asset, so I prefer to confess, rather then letting them ...

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