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Hello Friends please tell me the answer.

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Topic starter Posted : 02/01/2012 12:17 pm
johnywalter2
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Re: what is Page Jacking?.

if you have a good content rich website and you find that a lot of other websites are imitating your pages or the whole website, that is called page jacking.

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Posted : 03/01/2012 12:14 pm
Charlesth
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Re: what is Page Jacking?.

Page jacking word is a combination of web page hijacking in which webmasters steal content of the web page and publish it on another web page, and they do it without any permission of the actual owner of that web page who actually writes that fresh content. It is considered as a black hat SEO technique.

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Posted : 03/01/2012 1:24 pm
candyo0
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Re: what is Page Jacking?.

Pagejacking is stealing the contents of a Web site by copying some of its pages, putting them on a site that appears to be the legitimate site, and then inviting people to the illegal site by deceptive means - for example, by having the contents indexed by major search engine s whose results in turn link users to the illegal site. By moving enough of a Web site's content as well as the page descriptor information (known as META information) within each page, pagejackers can then submit the illegal site to major search engines for indexing. Users of the search engine sites may then receive results from both the illegitimate as well as the legitimate site and can easily be misled to link to the wrong one. Users linking to the illegitimate site may find themselves redirected to a ****ographic or other unwanted site. As an additional annoyance, users subjected to pagejacking may also encounter mousetrapping , in which clicking the Back button with the mouse does not lead out of the illegal site but only to the viewing of additional unwanted pages. To escape, the user may need to close the browser or even restart the operating system.

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Posted : 09/01/2012 8:12 am
parkview
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Re: what is Page Jacking?.

webmasters steal content of the web page and publish it on another webpage, and they do it without any permission of actual owner of that web page who actually writes that fresh content.

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Posted : 09/01/2012 10:07 am
lizatailor23
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Re: what is Page Jacking?.

Page jacking is stealing the contents of a site by copying some of its pages, putting them on a website that appears to be the legitimate site, and then welcoming people to the illegal site by unreliable. The term page jacking is a combination of the words Web page and hijacking, signifying that a Web page has been hijacked.

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Posted : 10/01/2012 8:21 am
Calvin Johnston
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Re: what is Page Jacking?.

In the real sense,This is a relatively new tactic to obtain these forward-looking crowd that subsidiary purchased in advance of a new start, long before you even know that the launch is taking place to start.

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Posted : 12/01/2012 7:42 pm
papachian
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Re: what is Page Jacking?.

Pagejacking is stealing the contents of a Web site by copying some of its pages and post it another website. It comes in spamming.

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Posted : 01/02/2012 12:32 pm
micheal05
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Re: what is Page Jacking?.

Pagejacking is stealing the contents of a Web site by copying some of its pages, putting them on a site that appears to be the legitimate site, and then inviting people to the illegal site by deceptive means - for example, by having the contents indexed by major search engine s whose results in turn link users to the illegal site

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Posted : 06/02/2012 12:37 pm
timmoores
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Re: what is Page Jacking?.

Page hijacking or page-jacking is the act of stealing content from a website and placing it on your own. It’s a bad SEO technique and something that can attract a Panda penalty..

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Posted : 08/02/2012 12:41 pm
adamparker
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Re: what is Page Jacking?.

Page jacking is a method of look for results trash thats identical in characteristics to sc******. The change is that with page jacking, whole internet sites and even whole internet sites are ripped for the objective on improving look for and traffic for another site.

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Posted : 08/02/2012 5:36 pm
optimizenewyork
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Re: what is Page Jacking?.

Page jacking is a method of search engine spam thats similar in nature to sc******. The difference is that with page jacking, whole pages and even whole websites are copied for the purpose on increasing search ranking and traffic for another site.

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Posted : 15/02/2012 12:13 pm
pinnaclewebsolutions
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Re: what is Page Jacking?.

Pagejacking is stealing the contents of a Web site by copying some of its pages.

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Posted : 19/03/2012 9:27 am
Colpini.rc
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Re: what is Page Jacking?.

It can be define simply, copy all the things from a website like meta-content, on page content etc.

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Posted : 21/03/2012 5:19 pm
fredaldrich
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Re: what is Page Jacking?.

Web page jacking is a method of internet look for results trash thats similar in characteristics to sc******. The change is that with page jacking, whole web pages and even whole sites are ripped for the objective on improving look for and traffic for another site.

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