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Content being stolen before google index's my website

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by DocBrown, Feb 21, 2010.

  1. DocBrown

    DocBrown Regular Member

    Jan 12, 2010
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    How do you prevent a site(scaper sites etc) from finding new content on your site before google index's it.
    I'm worried putting up new content only for someone to steal it before its indexed, then google will think i'm the one that stole it from them if they got their site indexed before me.
    Any code? i can use on my site to block people stealing stuff. I think some scraper sites can find content even if its not linked to off the main page and "buried" in the site.
    Any ideas, just dont want to produce work only for someone to claim it as their own because google din't index my site quick enough before the scrapers got there.:eek:
  2. Dangazzm

    Dangazzm Regular Member

    Jan 9, 2010
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    Has this happened to you already? Because if you site is new there is almost no way for these scrapping sites to find you, they use the G also. But after that no there is no way to stop them.

    The best way to make sure you get indexed first is to have a good pinger list read this thread for the best list I have ever found... and it keeps getting better

    The engines will be told about your updated content then after a little while the scraping sites will get it and they COULD tell the SEs about it as well, but you will get indexed first so no worries there.

    Is that what you were looking for?
  3. Kid Shaleen

    Kid Shaleen Regular Member

    Oct 29, 2009
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    How about "reverse cloaking?"

    Set things up so the Google spider sees the real page while all others are directed to somewhere else. Then, after the spider has visited, you remove the cloaking so all the users see the same that Google did.

    That way the information is coded on your web site, but it isn't "real" until Google has come to index it.