|Weekly SEO news: 2 March 2010|
to the latest issue of the Search Engine Facts newsletter.
Proxy hijacking still seems to be an issue on Google. Other websites might steal your website content and they can outrank your web pages on Google with the stolen content. Is your website affected? What can you do against these hijackers?
In the news: Google sometimes returns different results to Firefox users, Yahoo is on the decline, malware sites exploit the Chile earthquake, Bing improves auto-suggest and more.
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|1. Is your website exploited by proxy hijackers?|
Proxy hijacking is a problem that started several years ago. For several months, it looked as if Google had solved the problem. Last month, some webmasters reported that their website was hijacked by a proxy and that the position of their own website declined in Google's results.
What is proxy hijacking?
How to check if your website has been hijacked
What can you do to protect your website against proxies?
Google has made great progress in fighting proxy spam in their search results. If you find a proxy server that steals your rankings in Google's search results, report it to Google. Chances are that this proxy server will disappear from Google's results.
|2. Search engine news and articles of the week|
|3. Success stories|
"From zero to Google hero."
|4. Previous articles|