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How to avoid big forums swallowing up your website posts
« on: August 11, 2018, 06:41:33 AM »
How to avoid big forums swallowing up your website posts

For a website or blog to swallow up your post means when that original topic you publish on your young website happens to come on first page of Search Engines with other websites or blogs appearing before your website is even mentioned or in some cases, your website will not even come up.
When a website is pretty young at times it can take like 12hours, 24hours, 48hours, days or weeks before Search Engines can document what they have published.

When a website have been selected by any Search Engine, Google, Ask, Bing, Yahoo etc as their favourite; they can do anything to make your up and coming website as useless as anything you can think of.

When super active websites and forums have been selected as favourite by Search Engines like Google, Bing, Ask, Yahoo etc they place priority on them and give them first page whenever they publish anything (stolen contents) inclusive.

As an up and coming website you're trying to bring to limelight, there are ways you can actually avoid these super active websites or forums from swallowing up your posts without remorse.

When your posts are swallowed up by these super active websites, people tend to see your website being the one stealing contents when actually they are copying from your website.

Take that bold step to document that post of yours first on Search Engines before active websites and forums swallow it up for you.

How to avoid big forums swallowing up your website posts:

Create fresh contents
No matter what you do as a website owner, try your best possible to always create or buy fresh posts from talented writers and bloggers to stay relevant on the blogosphere. No one would actually want to see what other websites have posted on your website and still appreciate or clap for you for a job well done.

Put efforts to make sure that post is documented by Search Engines before you republish it in another website or active forum you are. Taking this bold step is very important especially if your website is below 2 years of age and Search Engine BOTS hardly visit to crawl its content. But it is not an easy task. It is more like a herculean task, but it is possible.
How do You go about this?
After publishing a particular content, make sure you share that content (Title & Link) on Facebook groups, WhatsApp contacts, WhatsApp Status, WhatsApp groups, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Twitter, Google+ etc. When this is done, wait for like 24 hours, 48 hours etc and Google, Ask, Bing, Yahoo that topic the way it appeared on your website, if Topic have been documented on Search Engines you will see it. Thereafter, proceed to republishing it in very active websites or forums and try to add the link of the topic to the one you're republishing on the body of the post.
After like 12 hours, run a search on the topic and see how the result goes.

But if you just publish it on your website and republish it in very active websites or forums, you will end up seeing those super active sites or forum swallowing up your post(s) in Search Engine. 

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