Forum Posts

sukanto Kuri
Jun 27, 2022
In General Discussion
In Webmaster Hangouts, Google's John Mueller replied whether stolen Photo Retouching content could adversely affect the site's ranking. Mueller's answer gave a glimpse of how Google treats content-stealing sites and how they affect your site. Impact on scraper sites and rankings There are many malicious people who steal content and use it on their site. It is done with automated software. This process is called content scraping, and sites that publish stolen content are called content scrapers. The stolen content is associated with the loss of Google's ranking. It's not uncommon to search for snippets of your content and use them to see rankings on other sites. Concerns about the impact on the rankings are legitimate. I have a question here: "Some websites have started scraping my content and Photo Retouching publishing them. I was unlucky and tried to contact the host about removing the DMCA. When Photo Retouching I scraped the content and republished it, it went to the site. Is there a negative impact? Do I need to deny these URLs? " advertisement Continue reading below What is the DMCA? This question referred to the removal of the DMCA. DMCA is an American law called the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). The law protects hosts, domain name registrars, and other businesses from liability for copyright infringement, as long as content creators provide a way to request the removal of stolen content. It also provides due process provisions that allow you to challenge the deletion. This can lead to costly proceedings against content creators. It's somewhat surprising that publishers have failed Photo Retouching to use the DMCA. This can happen if your web host or domain name registrar is in a country other than the United States. Each country has its own remedy. Does the copied content affect the ranking? John Mueller of Google gave an overview of the impact of stolen content on rankings. "Therefore, Photo Retouching from our point of view, other sites that copy your content do not adversely affect your website. This is a very common situation and the site copies the content. .. … If you don't see these copies in your search for the query you care about, focusing may not be your top priority. "

sukanto Kuri

More actions