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searching Google through a proxy returns an unrelated mishmash of sites
Gouri some of the sites had link-backs because they were stealing the whole page with navigation others didnít. I can see the direction of your thinking. If there's no link-back I definitely kill them off if you're wondering.
Let's say you see your content on other websites (and also on several pages of a single website) and from the pages that it is on, there is a url link to the page on your site that it is from.
Diberry I was talking to a support specialist at Bing (some are just terrific) and I asked why I dealt with that stolen content problem in Google and not with Bing. She responded very quickly that they scanned for the duplicate content before they introduced the page into the index. I said with all the bright minds at Google why donít they do the same. Her even quicker response was the stolen content likely had something of value to Google such as Adsense or other advertising. I laughed because that's the history of my rich Uncle Google.
[edited by: tedster at 11:23 pm (utc) on Jun 19, 2012]
[edited by: tedster at 2:32 pm (utc) on Jun 24, 2012]