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Mighty pissed and want to take a copycat down

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by HuggingMum, Oct 5, 2011.

  1. HuggingMum

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    Hi everyone,

    I really need help. There is one website that has copied 80% of my content, and others too. Is there a way I can take it down Google search pages?

    What can I do? If you do this, can you PM me your rates? Really need to give this guy a lesson. :28:
     
  2. phpbuilt

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    No worries, it is unbelievably easy and fun to take care of copycats. :)

    https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/dmca-notice

    Every issue I've ever reported has always gotten the offender banned. If you are lucky, they'll have a blog kind of setup which has your content (at least temporarily) on their homepage, then you get their homepage nailed too.

    They will never rank their homepage again for anything, not even their own website name, without having the DMCA notice warning appearing in Google, they won't be in the results.
     
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    Thank you! I'll give this one a shot now... But any more suggestions will be greatly appreciated :)
     
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    why not just ask the website owner to backlink to the original article on your site
    before you do the DCMA thing