Posted: 26 January 2011 at 10:40pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by vijay
As I mentioned in my post it can just delay the copy thing but not take care of it completely as its a client side decryption.
However I would suggest the following:
a) Give a proper Page Title to your Written Updates.
b) If you want that more and more users find your update faster through Google or other search engines then I would suggest do not use NOCOPY / MEMBERSONLY / CRYPT as that will help the search engine spiders to find your update first and any one copying your update will be listed later.
c) Would recommend to update all the past written updates to have clean update without any of the special tag so that we get listed properly on Search Engines as when you search for written updates these stealer sites comes above the original post.
d) Once you make the Written update would be great sharing it on Facebook / Twitter or other social networking sites as that will give a certain visibility push to get your posts noticed by the search engine spiders.
e) I will pursue the sites which are copying updates independently and see what best could be done with them.
But in order to execute plan (e) I will need support from the coolbies on (a), (b), (c), and (d).
PS. Chatterbox dont worry about the hacking thingy as the site is very much secure.
I don't follow other sites: previously, I used to do updates on Jyoti, and now on Rakt Sambandh. In Jyoti, for a long time, I stopped using NOCOPY, since the episodes were getting so bad that the updates there just didn't look worth protecting to me, so I stopped using it. In Rakt Sambandh, I've used NOCOPY from day 1.
For page titles, I've always preferred to use titles that describe the highlight of the episode, and not
have something like 'Written update 01/26/2011'. As it is, we have a character limit on what we can put in the title field, and right now, I've settled on a template that says, for instance, '01/26/2011: SHOWDOWN, & justice served'
. Reason: sometimes, when I want to find out when a particular incident took place, it's easier to do that w/ such descriptive titles. We do have an archive of the updates of the serial.
Also, I don't visit other forums to see what they have to say about the serial - this one is good enough. The other websites I visit have to do w/ my professional & other personal interests.
P.S. Vijay, maybe in addition to the Title Field, can we have a tag field, like YouTube or Photobucket, where we can put in key words like 'written update rakt sambandh january jan 26 2011'. Would make it just as easy for search engines to pick up this, while allowing our topics to be geared towards our objectives?
Edited by _Vrish_ - 26 January 2011 at 10:55pm