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Deliver Your Web Site From Evil (Part 2)
By: T. O' Donnell
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    2006-08-06

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  • Deliver Your Web Site From Evil (Part 2)
  • Forbid visitors from...
  • This makes it...
  • Insert a frame...
  • Some sites use...
  • Use a Redirect...
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    Some sites use an Apache web server 302 temporary redirect to usurp your search engine results ranking. Google sometimes sees their site as the originator. It helps the plagiarists if they have a higher PageRank than you. Because Google is searching through its own cache of the competitor site, you can't block these redirects from your own site.

    If the results from the query above contain URLs with script names like 'nph-proxy.cgi' in them, you may have a problem. However, Google seems to be getting better at pushing these sites into its supplemental listings.

    The trick seems to be who gets spidered first, and who has higher PR. So get working on getting more links!

    10. Put "noarchive" meta tags in all your pages:

    http://www.ttfreeware.com/download/meta-tag-code.txt

    That won't stop people grabbing your pages, but it's one less resource for people who want to poke around your site.

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