9th October 2011, 08:27 #1
Google still ranks scrapper sites 1st; Unlike Bing which ranks original source 1st
These days, even after 10 hours TWC post does not get indexed these days although a scrapper site displaying my feed appears first and TWC home page appears 6th.
Check this post for example:
IEDiagCMD – Inbuilt Tool to Diagnose and Troubleshoot Internet Explorer 9 problems
URL: IEDiagCMD – Inbuilt Tool to Diagnose and Troubleshoot Internet Explorer problems | The Windows Club
Search URL on Google:
See page 1 image and page 2 image of Google.com search.
Whereas it appeared as the first result on Bing within an hour of posting it.
Its not the first time this is happening to TWC ...
Anything I should be looking up at my end? Or has Google just decided to downgrade TWC? Or it this just Panda and its algorithm acting up.
Anyone here know? :|
Any help would be highly appreciated!
9th October 2011, 08:52 #2
I think the keywords are doing its works through search engines...
9th October 2011, 09:38 #3
9th October 2011, 11:06 #4
Shyam: You are searching pages from India using Google.co.in while I am using Google.com search. Pls check.
yethz: Well, Bing looks smart enough to know the original source. What happened to Google after Panda?
9th October 2011, 11:54 #5
Yup tried that as well Google
Originally Posted by HappyAndyK
9th October 2011, 13:54 #6
I'm seeing TWC post fourth on Google, indexed 1 hour ago, while the scrapper site shows 17 hours ago & is still first. In contrast. Bing not only has TWC first, it also has this thread immediately below it!
No suggestions for you though, Anand.
9th October 2011, 14:54 #7
The other site is using only 4 lines of your content and then linking back to your site. I see that they are doing it for almost all your posts by using your RSS. If Google cannot recognize which is the original source - to a layman like me it looks to be Google's fault.
9th October 2011, 15:19 #8
Shyam: Clicking on your link is taking me to google.co.in. Anyway it seems to be an indexing/ranking problem, probably not of my making. I have posted in Google webmaster forum so lets see what they have to say.
Originally Posted by Capt.Jack
Corrine: Well, not much we can do I suppose.
Matrix: Even a leading Indian blogger who is a friend and who I regard highly in SEO matters says : "The page has been indexed but Google is suppressing it in search results because similar text is also found on your blog’s home page and Google may be seeing that as duplicate content. Since your home page is more “important” it is showing that instead of the main article which is Google’s fault. You should write this issue in webmaster forums."
10th October 2011, 05:52 #9
recently Google update panda,They said that this time they remove the crap but i think there are more changes to be needed to improve panda..