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Need help! Really disappointed -why my article does not exist on google search

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by MourMour, Feb 23, 2015.

  1. MourMour

    MourMour Newbie

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    Well being a blogger for 4 years I face up many content thieves who do it without any regret. They can accuse you sometimes saying they are right and you are the wrong guy. I don't mind the content thieves if they write down the source at least.
    Of course google sometimes helps by removing their posts (guys who don't reffer their source) after your report but usually it takes 1-2 weeks until to be done so the damage has already happened.

    An hour ago I had the bad experience to check random my last -original content- article by searching it s entire title on google search. It does not exist. Google has not even a link or email so as I could ask my right or asking what is wrong...

    On the other side an x blog, current site is on first position with my article copied pasted...
    I thought that google hunts the copy pasters.

    My blogs post does not exist even at 5 first pages...I didnt search more...

    I can't even think how many times it could happen with my older articles...

    Although I earn 15$ per day by blogging...I am thinking to quit...
     
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  2. MourMour

    MourMour Newbie

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    well after one day finally my article appeared in first position...Please can someone explain to me what I have done wrong and my article did't appear at google search immediately? is it connected to any html command? e.g visit after 1 day, robot.txt etc...or anything?
     
  3. GroundUp

    GroundUp Regular Member

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    Short answer. It takes a while.
     
  4. chickensalad

    chickensalad Registered Member

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    You didn't do anything wrong - this is the way G works. After publishing, G needs to first find your page then decide where it goes in the serps. It dances up and down, it disappears, and eventually it settles down - this is normal.

    Don't waste your energy and sanity on hunting down copyright thieves bro... its just a fact of life. Just focus on building your empire.

    G knows who originally publishes work, and it will self-correct to make sure you get credit. If it doesn't, I'm sure there's a form you can fill through your google webmaster tools account to report the theft.

    Keep going bro...
     
  5. Wyzard

    Wyzard Junior Member

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    It takes time. Sometimes articles are up pretty fast, while it can take days for another article to show up.

    Glad to hear it showed up for you though.
     
  6. MourMour

    MourMour Newbie

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    yes but how can we explain that G showed another page that copy pasted my article almost immediatelly and my article apperead on G after almost 2 days?
     
  7. mtj85

    mtj85 Regular Member

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    A word of advice if you have problems with scrappers.

    Make sure your content gets indexed before the scrapper's. This can be an issue if a scrapper's site is large and gets crawled more often than yours (if your site is tiny).

    My suggestion to you is to measure how fast (on average) your article gets indexed when you press publish. If it takes some time than a scrapper has a chance to steal your content and publish it under his site.
    Because whoever publishes a specific text first is an (copyright) owner of that text in google's eyes. There's no other way for google to know who wrote the text first than to see it on a particular site and indexing it.

    Imagine: you write a text. Scrapper scraps your site instantly. He publishes your article under his site. His site gets indexed fast and article is indexed under his page. Your article is still not indexed on your site. It finally gets indexed after few hours.
    Google looks at both articles (because they're duplicates) and sees:
    scrapper's site content was published at 09:00
    your content was published at 11:00.
    Who was first? Scrapper. In google's eyes you copied the article from scrapper.


    My advice to you is to instantly submit article url once it goes live.
    You can do that directly to google here: https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/submit-url
    (you have to have GWT account and be signed in).
    This way your content will (probably) get indexed instantly (it does for me).
     
  8. upstarter

    upstarter Regular Member

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    ^This. Have that GWT page open in a tab so when you hit publish on your article, you then submit it to Google. Also, maybe the scraper is using your rss feed to copy content. Better delay your rss feeds by at least 3 hours.

    ANNND... you're earning $15 per day and you're thinking about quitting?! There are some bloggers out there that only earns $2/day but still not giving up...
     
  9. kbklash

    kbklash Senior Member

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    Indexing your articles take time bro.You just have to wait a bit before it gets crawled by google.Do't forget to fetch it as google from you WMT.
     
  10. thanislim

    thanislim Newbie

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    Patience is a big key when it comes to blogging. There will be some articles that will appear in the first 5 pages within weeks while some never seem to even make it to the first 10 pages after months. Not every good article will be picked up by google unfortunately and you really need to make full use of social media platforms to support the spreading of a good article. Don't lose hope.