October 8, 2020 at 12:52 am #1000403
Google created the Disavow tool to allow low quality and toxic links that we are unable to remove, to be discounted from being associated with your site. The backlinks pointing to our site can negatively impact our site’s rankings and authority with Google.
So, make sure we run a backlink audit ion timely basis to analyze links referring to a specific URL, review the “toxic score” for each of our backlinks and create a file that lists all of those URLs and domains that need to be disavowed or removed.
Google states that a properly-formatted list is:
“a text file (the file type must be .txt and it must be encoded in UTF-8 or 7-bit ASCII) containing only the links you want to disavow—one link per line. If you want Google to ignore all links from an entire domain (like example.com), add the line “domain:example.com”. Your text file can include additional information about excluded links, as long as each line of description begins with the “#” character (all lines beginning with # will be ignored). Don’t upload the entire list of links to your site: the text file that you upload is the list of links you want Google to ignore.”
The link removal and disavow process is time consuming, and great care should be taken so that good links that are actually helping your site are not touched, and the ones that are dragging us down are removed.
Link analysis and removal is what everyone need if we find our-self facing a link-based penalty or have been hit by the algorithm update, so don’t miss it.
Cheers!October 8, 2020 at 11:34 am #1224213businesstradeParticipant
himanshusoni, post: 271060, member: 119253 wrote:Google created the Disavow tool to allow low quality and toxic links that we are unable to remove, to be discounted from being associated with your site. The backlinks pointing to our site can negatively impact our site’s rankings and authority with Google.
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What is your process for identifying toxic links?October 9, 2020 at 12:48 am #1224214
The first and easiest step is just to gather your backlink data from link explorers, I mainly use Moz, SEMRush and Monitor backlinks for that thing. In Monitor Backlinks, problematic links are flagged with a “warning” icon on the farthest-left column. This warning icon is shown whenever a linking domain triggers one of these low-quality signals: high spam score, low DA, unindexed website, low trust flow, high external links and un-natural anchor texts.
Then, manually review all those backlinks and address the bad ones either through disavowal or outreach.
I noticed that your DA is 21, would you like to make it 50+ within a month?
Cheers!October 9, 2020 at 7:43 am #1224215businesstradeParticipant
himanshusoni, post: 271075, member: 119253 wrote:I noticed that your DA is 21, would you like to make it 50+ within a month?
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How will you achieve that without using black hat techniques?October 11, 2020 at 11:20 pm #1224216
Can’t share the exact method – but I’m in this field from past 11+ years, and have helped so many clients around the globe. This is no where related to black hat, 100% ethical and purely white hat, thanks!March 23, 2021 at 5:16 pm #firstname.lastname@example.orgParticipant
March 29, 2021 at 6:33 pm #1226205Dean BraidenParticipant
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Here are some tips to find out Disavow toxic, low-quality and spammy backlinks. Such as:
- Firstly check your backlink on ahrefs
- Mark all of the 0 Traffic websites link
- Mark all of the low DA websites
- Mark 18+ backlink & thin content pages
- Mark all of the high spammy score backlink
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