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I need your help,black hat seo,and rubish competitor, we should aware this

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by bing458, Jul 8, 2015.

  1. bing458

    bing458 Regular Member

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    My competitor hacked one site with high pr(pr6),high PA, DA,I call it site a.com and make a page a.com/a.php using this site,and he copied the contents or use frames to get the contents from my site, then my site lost rank,and the page a.com/a.php ranks well.
    So my site was mirriored, I think it is call cloaking. I have reported this to google, and call the webmaster of site a.com to delete the page a.com/a.php, but it seems that the page a.com/a.php still there and ranks well, can not find my website anywhere in SERP.
    What should I do? I really need your help, it has been 3 days since the page a.com/a.php ranks well, how can google do that?
     
  2. ghackseo

    ghackseo Regular Member

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    Here's the thing, you might get some help from someone that knows about this but thinks it's its unethical, but then again, it's clearly a "blackhat" method and most advanced members probably do this, so why would they tell you how to counter it? Either way, I hope you resolve it and protect your sites from this in the future.
     
  3. the_demon

    the_demon Jr. Executive VIP

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    The best thing to do is ask or pay the site owner to remove it or threaten legal action.
     
  4. RuthSam

    RuthSam Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Does anyone know if this is possible to do with a high authority site that is more than 8 years old?
     
  5. tmnut

    tmnut Newbie

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    You may use DMCA to takedown the website. They will get Google to block the website in question.

    Please register and install the badge


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    Pro service cost USD10 a month and it's USD100 a year.

    Good luck!
     
  6. PBGio

    PBGio Newbie

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    I agree with whats said above (mostly) - slap them with a DMCA, find out who is hosting their site and DMCA them, usually with most hosts it's sorted reasonably quickly, within a day or so. (unless they are with a host that doesn't pay attention to DMCA's)

    I know Hostgator and freinds are very good at tackling DMCA's, I've done it a few times and the sites were taken down completely (ie their account suspended) - and do a Google request to take it off the serps.

    Good luck though, I know how much of a headache it can be.
     
  7. archon10

    archon10 BANNED BANNED

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    If they used an iframe to steal your content, you can break out of the iframe. Here is an example https://css-tricks.com/snippets/javascript/break-out-of-iframe/