• http://www.mbloggers.com/ shivam

    After panda, its penguin……………..but i don’t think it will have much effect on my new website……

  • http://blog.chapagain.com.np/ Mukesh

    My Blog has been slammed hard by Google recently. And the scrappers (those copying contents from my site) are getting on top of me in Google search result. I have notified Google through DMCA form that they provide. http://support.google.com/bin/static.py?hl=en&ts=1114905&page=ts.cs

    And Google doesn’t remove those indexed sites from its Cache. So, I have also requested cache removal of those sites links ONE BY ONE through this page:- https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/removals?pli=1

    It’s really a hectic work. Still there are other similar sites/scrappers. And, in future there might be more.

    How long shall I be doing this? For my lifetime?? Nowadays, instead of writing new posts on my blog, I have been working hard on removing the scrappers link from Google Search. :(

    Isn’t it a simple logic to know that the old indexed sites are original and the newly indexed sites by Google which has the same/copied content are scrappers?? Then, why is Google acting the Opposite. Seems there is some fault in Google’s Algorithm. It is acting as if the old indexed sites are Scrappers.

    I am really disappointed !!

  • williamsam

    yeah Penguin update hit many of bloggers specially spammers who did black hat seo to stay on top in SERPs and also poor content as well :) 

  • ngphuc2k

    google oriented content is a good algorithmluyen thi dai hoc