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Expert Advice Needed ! How Should I Use Google Disavow Tool?

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#1 kiranchandra


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Posted 26 November 2013 - 08:29 AM

Im Coming from a Famous Organization based out in United States.


We' used to have a team before 1 year who actually performed lots of directory and bookmarking submission and we have gained around 1 million backlinks from them


After Google penguin 2.0 update our site ranking went to 3rd page because of this bad backlinks.




but we are afraid whether using this tool will show adverse affects and still drop our rankings and we REALLY CANT BEAR THAT !



If someone have used GOOGLE DISAVOW TOOL and worked Please Kindly let us know if this would really work or not ???

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Posted 26 November 2013 - 09:42 AM

What the Disavow Tool does is give Bing and Google a list of domains whose links they will no longer evaluate when looking at your Website.

If their algorithms are counting those links negatively then the negative weightings will eventually go away.

If their algorithms are counting those links positively then the positive weightings will eventually go away.

If you have a mix of both good and bad link sources in the list then it's anyone's guess where you'll ened up.

But if you disavow all the bad links then you'll at least (eventually) be in a position to start acquiring more trustworthy links that can help you going forward.

I have advised some clients on using these tools. They have not seen any disastrous results but in some cases nothing seemed to change. We could only conclude that once they lost the link value (probably due to the algorithms) then the best they could hope for was to have the filtering removed. Those clients are now working to earn better links.

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