Improve Your Ranking – How To Use Google’s Disavow Tool

By Mark / December 14, 2012
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seo resurrectionRight so we all know how google messed everything up when they changed their Algorithms for the umpteenth time and decided that getting backlinks was not a good idea afterall.

Except that they decided that some backlinks were ok and other weren’t

So generally speaking we were all stuffed and had to rethink out strategies… except that if we are honest we don’t know where most of our links are. Push button solutions probably weren’t the best option after all.

Google were then very magnanimous following a lot of calls from SEO companies they said  “Hey Guys, here is a tool where you can Disavow your links”  How many people had heard that word before they said that?

What they meant were..

“Ok we changed the rules , if you want your can ask us to stop counting some of those really crappy links you built all you need to do is tell us which ones.”

I looked at the tool, I then found all the links using my webmaster tools but then I was stuck … which links are good and which are bad?

How many people asked themselves this?

“Sooooooo I have 30 sites, I have 1000 links going to each .. how the hell do i find out which ones to disavow”

The result….. “ahhh forget it lets start from scratch”

However there is now a solution, at last someone has come up with a tool to do all the heavy lifting for you and to check which links to disavow and to prepare the file for upload to google. That tool is SEO Resurrection a quick and easy way to find the links you need to send to the google Disavow tool

 

Check out this short video i’ve created for you which shows you what you need to do to get your sites rising up the rankings again

 

 

Read more about  SEO Resurrection

 

So that’s it, simply get your list of links, add them to the SEO Resurrection  tool, then sort the ones you want to keep and the ones to disavow then upload the file..Job Done

 

Have a great weekend

 

 

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Jim Cottone

Up until now I have ignored the whole disenvow thing because of pure disgust with Google. But now this is an easy way to bring some good rankings back to some older sites.

Thanks Mark!
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soegi

Hi, Mark.

Thanks for the tip.
But how do we decide which one is the bad links and which one is the good links ?

And how do SEO resurrection see the them ?

Is it page rank ?
or is it the outgoing links from that website ?
or is it the thickness of the website content ?
or if the website contain malware (or something) ?

And more importantly, How does Google see which one is the bad links ?

Cause from my point of view, if we have a hard time guessing which one is the bad link, how about Google ?

For example, We only need to scan our 10 sites and 1000 links that point to them. Then Google, have to scan millions of websites that they have in their database.

What do you think about this matter ?
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It’s based on the quality of the site linking back to you, if a site has los of links on every page, short content , crappy content etc it’s obviously treated as low quality by google, if it just has a few links, & quality content then it will be treated as good quality

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David

I bought this tool and have been trying to load it for 2 days. Every time I try, Norton Antivirus tells me that its a virus and deletes the file. I can’t get any response out of the support team. Has anyone else had this problem and / or found a workaround for it?

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David, did you get a reply yet? I am 99.99% sure it’s just a false positive from Norton.

Can’t you tell Norton to ignore it?

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Stef

Amazing to read that “backlinks” aren’t good after all.

Amazing to read that Google is to blame for low rankings in Google.

It’s like being mad at the supermarket
because they don’t sell me “a package of 2000 kcal”
although my dietitian told me that in order to be healthy
I had to consume 2000kcal a day…

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I think the problem is that google for years have been encouraging people to get backlinks, then totally changed the rules when people started abusing it.

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Keith Jones

I ignore google as far as links are concerned.
My sites are built for customers rather than for google.
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Adam

@keith Jones
That is a great statement. If we all felt that way then google would NOT have the monoply. I think this may be the way forward. Build quality sites for customers not for google.

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