I am just in the process of moving pages from this account after a Panda hit. Checking for copied content before I republish, I noticed this site: hxxp://www.techo2.info
There are around 200 pages and most are copied hubs as far as I can see. The bad thing is these pages are getting many hubs sandboxed.
I would love to report this site to its web host but I cannot find any info on that score. Can anyone help?
Some of the copied pages and the hubs they came from:
Similar domains: 13 domains similar to techo2.info
Reverse Google Adsense ID: no Google AdSense ID found on techo2.info
Reverse Google Analytics ID: no Google Analytics ID found on techo2.info
Reverse IP: 2,602 domains for ip 22.214.171.124
Reverse NS records: ns1.sitelutions.com NS record has 10,002 domains
ns2.sitelutions.com NS record has 10,002 domains
ns3.sitelutions.com NS record has 10,002 domains
ns4.sitelutions.com NS record has 10,002 domains
ns5.sitelutions.com NS record has 10,002 domains
Reverse Hostmaster: firstname.lastname@example.org is associated with 14 domains
You're right - it seems to be primarily a rip-off of HP writers. Didn't find any of mine, though.
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Ok on my first look they have one of my articles STOLEN. It has been there since August last year. I can not find anywhere to report them either. I have left a comment on the article to say it is stolen, maybe this will help to have it taken down.
The amount of research and work I put in to that article was tremendous and I could not understand why it did so badly. Now I do
Thanks for checking for me but I still can't see a web host- or I am not looking in the right place?
Also, I have been looking into tecno2.info. It points to three sites:
I took a look at the backlinks for associatejobs.net in opensiteexplorer.org. The site has about 14000 backlinks from 111 domains. Most of the domains linking in are from sites obviously set up just to provide backlinks to those three sites. There is no original content just feeds.
Would it be worth pointing this out to Google? You can request removal of a site from their search engine on quite a few different grounds, I seem to remember. Though I can't find the page right now, lol, its late here and I need a break!
Just file a DCMA report the whole site will be off google. All of you'll who have copied content file a DCMA it will surely go and your traffic will increase in time.
Would you be able to tell me how to file a DCMA report please.
I did go into it but asked me questions I was not sure how to answer. Like what did I want removed but gave me no options for this site or to type it in. I am obviously doing something wrong.
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