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    How to Find Low Quality Content & Fix for Creating Quality Site

    July 26, 2012

    When I started Blogging in 2008, it was a completely different experience from how we blog now. Earlier, no matter what how good or how bad your post is, you end up getting some traffic from search engine. In fact, few low quality content will never affect your whole domain. When Google launched Google panda last year (April 2011), they changed the face of blogosphere. Panda changed the blogging and SEO from quantity to quality. Having ...

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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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    How to Disable Right Click on WordPress?

    August 1, 2011
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    Couple of days back one of my client contacted me and asked me to disable right click on his site. When I asked him the reasons, he told me he is tired of cope paste bloggers. I informed him about plagiarism and how he can file DMCA against them. Or is these blogs are using auto RSS blogs, you can offer partial feeds instead of complete feed. Though he still wanted to disable right click ...

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    Easy Way to Find Out About Copied Content with Copygator

    May 9, 2011
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    Plagiarism or content theft has already become a big nuisance for the genuine bloggers and writers world-wide. After all theft of your content which you have written after spending so much time, effort and research can not be less irritating and frustrating  than theft of any other precious article. Many bloggers have always been taking about this topic on and off. It is essential also, not only to protect your own content but also to ...

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    How to Request for URL removal of Copied Content: SEO

    April 26, 2011
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    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 ...

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    Blog Copying Article Ranking Higher After Google Panda Effect

    April 25, 2011
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    I’m sure all bloggers here are aware of Google panda effect and those who have suffered from Panda should read How to recover from Google panda effect. So I have been working hard to make sure that we recover the lost traffic after panda effect as soon as possible. While working on SEO of my blogs, I realized that many blogs which are using auto RSS method to copy content and publishing it are ranking ...

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    Why I Couldn’t Care Less About Content Theft

    January 27, 2011
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    I recently read a guest post on here by Oliver, who was getting infuriated by other people stealing the content he had written and posting it on their site. This is an issue I have come across and even written about before and I wanted to respond with my own guest post on this site to explain why I personally don’t care about content theft and why others shouldn’t either. Google Knows It’s Duplicate Five ...

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