The Google Disavow Tool is something that’s getting a lot of attention these days among many SEO’s. At ClickDo we had to spend hours going through the backlink profiles of some of our client sites which were not ranking easily with our powerful backlinking strategies. Now keep in mind if you are looking for search engine optimization, we use the best powerful backlinks which are hand made and brings no harm in anyway.
Why we have to use the Google Disavow Tool is in cases, when the client had a bad history of links which were possibly got buy their previous SEO agency shooting backlinks from those software.
In this short article you will learn everything about the Google Disavow tool and know it you should be using it and in what situation should you do that.
My aim is to provide you some good places you can read and learn about the process. All these links to will help you in taking down your bad backlinks in teh smart way and not have a bad effect on your site.
- 7 Things You May Not Know About Google’s Disavow
- Matt Cutts: Use the Link Disavow Tool Even if Your Site …
- When and How to Use the Google Disavow Tool
The above places will give you comprehensive knowledge about using the tool and gaining back you rankings if you had a good site. However if you need help in Disavowing your bad backlinks, you can get in touch with our expert in bad like removing. Logesh has been doing it for all our sites and clients sites and the come back is positive.
If it’s still not clear to you, watch the below video by Matt Cutts which explains the process.
Disavow Bad links
Matt Cutts explains the “Disavow links” feature of Google Webmaster Tools.
Published on Oct 16, 2012
Learn more about how to use the disavow links feature on our blog and in our Help Center:
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