How To Do disavow Link through Webmaster Tool?

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  1. phpassignmenthelp

    phpassignmenthelp Member

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    Hello Everyone !! Help me about disavow link through webmaster tool? Recently Google released penguin update and advice to do google disavow so how to do please give step about this remove spam link.
     
  2. chrishirst

    chrishirst Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    How do you know the link(s) are 'spam'??

    Are these links that you, or an agent acting for you placed or 'built'??
     
  3. jainteq

    jainteq Member

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    To file your disavow file, go to the disavow tool, and select your site from the dropdown list. Click "disavow links" and then "disavow links" again and then "choose file". This is where you will upload the .txt file that we just created.
     
  4. phpassignmenthelp

    phpassignmenthelp Member

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    After Google Penguin update there are remark for webmaster if your website got affect after this update then you have to do Google Disavow link and my website before update on the top of the SERP but after Google penguin update it going down.

    Thanks Jainteg !! for your valuable tips..
     
  5. chrishirst

    chrishirst Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    That means nothing at all, and tells you absolutely nothing about links that you assume are a problem. 'Rankings' go up and down ALL the time and YOU are probably the only one to see these results, so making alterations based on such ephemeral 'data' is NOT a good idea.



    And these remarks are where?
    Unless YOU are responsible for the 'links' AND you have received an "unnatural links" warning from Google you should NOT be 'disavowing' any of them.

    The word 'disavow' means "to deny support for" or "deny responsibility for" in relation to or for something that you were responsible for or did previously support. So you should ONLY, 'disavow' links that YOU did place or knew they were being placed.
     

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