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Why Disavow Process needed?
It allows publishers to tell Google that they don’t want certain links from external sites to be considered as part of Google’s system of counting links to rank websites. Some sites want to do this because they’ve purchased links, a violation of Google’s policies, and may suffer from Google penalty if they are unable to remove negative backlinks/spam backlinks.
Now, when you have understood what Disavow links are, it’s important to figure out “How to remove those bad backlinks?”
So, it’s quite relaxing to know that we do not have to follow any manual process to complete this task however we have a lot of tools to get our work done.
The most important one is:
Google’s Disavow Tool:
Google has finally released their link disavow tool enabling the webmaster to report inorganic inbound links for their verified domains.
Now the question arises, what are Inorganic Links?
Disavow Tool for Business:
There are reasons to use this tool to uplift your business, some of those are:
Toxic backlinks could potentially harm your website’s ranking and by using the link disavow tool, you can specify what all links should be ignored by Google to prevent any manual action against your website.
If your website has been affected by a search quality algorithm you can assist in the repair process by specifying which links Google should ignore.
Google may take following actions upon noticing search quality issues including-
As of now, you all have an idea about negative backlinks then next question would be “Do You Fear the Disavow Tool?”
Next topic that we need to understand is:
The importance of Link Removal:
Now that you have learned a lot about Disavow process, let’s see its consequence(s) as well.
What is the penalty?
Why does Google Penalise Site?
Types of Penalty:
Google penalise sites for shady Onsite techniques such as keyword stuffing, doorway pages, duplicate content, excessive ads, too many outbound links.
Google keeps a watch on who is linking to your site and how it is linked. The most offsite Penalty prone links are-
Links from Malicious Sites
Links from Irrelevant Sites
Links from Foreign Language Sites
Links from Contents
The last question we need the answer for is “How to recover our site from this penalty”. So here is the step by step process for the same.
Now, when we understood everything about disavow link, its consequences, let’s talk about
Disavow Link Process:
It’s divided into 2 parts:
Download Links From Webmaster Tools:
Final step, upload your disavow file
Disavow Process works on step by step methodology:
Step 1: Collecting Backlink Data
Step 2: Documenting your work
Step 3: Spotting low-quality links
Step 4: Finding webmaster contact details
Step 5: Reaching out to webmasters
Step 6: The disavow tool
Step 7: Submit Google doc file
Step 8: Sit relax and wait
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