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Yes. You can. I do not know the tool you are using, but here are some clues. Not a search engine (duh!). High number of requests over a longer period of time- more than a user. Does not request an image, CSS, or JS (some do, most don't). Changes agent name and OS over a longer period of time. Comes from a web-hosting IP address block/range. Check for ...


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If the site produces backlinks to you it is important to use the Google Disavow tool otherwise the algorithm will be working against you, regardless. https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/disavow-links-main create a .txt file and add: domain:thedamnsitethatcloned.com then upload it to Google via Webmaster Tools. Here are exactly the steps that I ...


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(In addition to @John's answer.) Is there any way to tell Google not to index that site? Rather curious that whilst they appear to have cloned everything (including your XML sitemaps*1), they have not cloned your robots.txt file. In fact, the robots.txt on that site actively blocks crawling of everything! So there would not seem to be anything to do in ...


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They're simply loading your site via a server-side script. All you need to do is block their server's IP address via .htaccess. Simply open up your server's access logs, open the cloned page on their site, then view your log for the new entry and you'll have their IP address. It also wouldn't hurt to submit a DMCA request to Google as well but this will not ...



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