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It would be like stealing a post about the decision of the recent World Cup finals, and dating it to before the semifinals were finished. Sure, if you change the uploaded and posted dates for your content, Google has no way on your page to see that it wasn’t posted when you claim it was posted. Google largely ignores the posted date for most content. In most cases, the index date for content is within a day of the actual post date, so there’s very little actual difference between their records.

The thing is, when you backdate a post and hope Google indexes it and gives you the authority for having an older post, you’re not going to get what you want.

If you’re copying content from somewhere else, and you’re dedicated to a black hat route, the solution seems obvious.

What the typical black hat spammer does, when they copy content, is set the date for their copy to be earlier than the original post.

You may have an archive of data, but the post dates are somehow lost in the translation.

You have to manually upload your posts again, and the problem is, every post is now dated with the time you uploaded the replacement post.

By backdating the content on a brand new site, you may be able to trick users into thinking your site has been around for a while, hidden in a place they never saw it.

From 1st April we may be able to backdate your Housing Benefit for up to 1 month, but you MUST have a good reason for not having claimed sooner.

If you haven’t made your Housing Benefit claim on time we can consider to backdate your benefit.

This only applies if you (or your partner) are not in receipt of Jobseekers Allowance, Income Support, or Employment and Support Allowance.

If we can backdate your claim, the most we can go back is 3 months before you made your claim.

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Sometimes Housing Benefit and Council Tax Support customers think we should pay their benefit from a date before we receive their claim. Backdating is sometimes possible but only in limited circumstances.

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