Currently, Google can mistake a plagiarist or spam site for the original due to the delay in indexing content. Can Twitter or Facebook help stop that?
Google has made it clear that it wants to clean up its search results -- eliminating worthless cruft like the content farms which spam searchers with low-value (and often plagiarized) content. Now, the company has announced a new Go... Read Post
As Google has worked to add more and more real-time search capabilities by adding content from sites like Facebook, MySpace, Buzz and Twitter, we've been able to see more and more what people are talking about online. Google's lates... Read Post
The recent banning of Gaoom by a key subreddit did a lot more than expose a plagiarist site, it exposed the future of spam on the Web. The post Reddit Bans Plagiarist Site, Exposes Future of Spam appeared first on Plagiarism Today. Read Post