chrisv1963 - 3:24 pm on Apr 29, 2013 (gmt 0)
Private domain registrations should NEVER make it to the SERPS. Unfortunately Google is placing them in front of all the legitimate content owners with our stolen content.
I experienced this today also. A couple of my photos, stolen and placed on a website with as good as no written content and 4 or 5 pop-pups when you visit the page. Of course, happily ranking instead of the original. Private domain registration of course and hosting in an Asian country.
Things like this make Google look like a C R A P search engine!
If Google can punish good websites with things like Panda then they should at least be able to:
- Ban pages with multiple pop-ups
- Detect stolen content
- Give a -20 penalty or something similar to websites with private domain registration