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Google displaying a different site when I type info:mysite.com

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by cyclope, May 29, 2014.

  1. cyclope

    cyclope Newbie

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    And the info it displays is an other site of mine!

    Actually the reason for this is obvious. I installed WP on my site A, just adjusted the settings and installed plugins and everything then I cloned it to my site B with a plugin (no posts or pages...just bare wp installation). Now Google thinks my site B is my site A! :)

    Should I worry for this or is it going to get back to normal after a while?
     
  2. mainceaft

    mainceaft Regular Member

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    Google recognized duplicated cloned contents and only shows one domain in search result .
    you can't rank domain in such way and google will delete one of them .
     
  3. cyclope

    cyclope Newbie

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    How can Google recognize duplicated contents where the content is literally empty? What I cloned was an initial WP installation with the default post Hello World in it. That is the duplicate content?
     
  4. meln

    meln Junior Member Premium Member

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    That's really strange. To clarify: you cloned site A to site B, and now site A is gone and replaced by site B in Google? Really sounds to me like Site A is misconfigured in some way...