Be critical of link removal requests
Here’s an email I received recently:
As we have sent mail earlier also for removing our link. But unfortunately this has not removed yet. I would be very grateful if you would please remove all links to this site at your earliest convenience, letting me know that you have done so.
It may be that a third party has maliciously or abusively added our details at some point in the past, and I apologies for inconveniencing you in this way.
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Warning: this post is for advanced SEO people
Google’s Disavow Link Tool is all the buzz now and I’m glad G rolled it out.
Not long after the Google Penguin update (late April 2012) sent some SEOs into a tizzy of trying to remove unnatural links to their sites, Bing Webmaster Tools came out with a tool to disavow links. Google then said they would come out with something similar for Google Webmaster Tools, and now Google has rolled out their version of a disavow link tool.
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