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How To Stay Safe From Negative Seo

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by clearjive, Mar 9, 2017.

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  1. clearjive

    clearjive Regular Member

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    I don't know whether i could post this information here. This seems to be a great article for fellow members who fully depend on SEO traffic.

    https://www.link-assistant.com/news/negative-seo.html

    If this is already posted, please delete it or move it to appropriate section.
     
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  2. Shanaiya

    Shanaiya Newbie

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    Thanks for d info ......
     
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    Besides actively checking your backlink profile, I'm not really sure there's much you can do against NEGATIVE SEO except building a SOLID BRAND.

    Google does give some leeway for online properties that are BRANDED and have a SOLID backlink footprint PRIOR to the NSEO

    If, however, your link footprint is weak or all too conventional prior to getting hit by NSEO, you'll have a tougher time digging yourself out of that hole.

    Link disavowal isn't the solution

    Dilution is

    How?

    In terms of number and, most importantly, QUALITY

    Google is beginning to lean more on RANK BRAIN. This is why many people are saying NSEO won't continue as a big risk in the future.
     
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    Yep, great guide! Link-Assistant seems to be real good at writing easy to follow how-to articles, cool guys.
     
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    alexhaze Junior Member

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    Thanks mate for sharing this information with us. It is like a life booster for a newbie in SEO.

    Thank you once again.
     
  6. clearjive

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    You're welcome mate, thought could share this with the community.
     
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    Nice post. Thanks for sharing
     
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    xReminisce Regular Member

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    Pretty much this
    Bottom point is, there is nothing you can to do stay safe from NSEO unless you gtfo the IM industry. (hence your title already clickbait or misleading at best)
    But after getting hit, there still only so much you can do.
    Without being BRANDED or Set in stone, it's trying crawl out a bottomless pit without any aids or help. However, some can while most won't.
     
  9. clearjive

    clearjive Regular Member

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    Why should I write a click-bait title to get you in, this is not a marketplace, am not selling or taking advantage with the link (not affiliated to that website). I assumed information would be good enough for members depending on SEO traffic. I don't know what goes misleading here, if you find one, you can directly write a comment on that page.
     
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    robinmym Power Member

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    Wow..really informative post :)
    Thanks for sharing that ;)
     
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    Jason Bradbury Power Member

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    Great post mate.
     
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    Click bait title? Yes and no. Your title is like saying "here's an article on how to stop hackers". It is informational and thanks for taking the time to post but, no matter what you can't stop it. So if you said "how to minimize/deal/prevent nseo" instead would be more fitting.
    But honestly, its not a big deal and I don't think you should have been called out on this.
     
  13. clearjive

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    Seems odd, I never asked anyone to click on this title, if the info is good why should u people bother about 'click-bait or 'touch-bait'.
    Can any of the moderators change the thread title as advised by fellow members. ( or better delete this )
     
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    Negative SEO is the biggest problem, even for the largest of websites. Many large brands have dropped in the Google rankings, and it is mostly due to negative SEO.Preventing a negative SEO attack isn't something in your power, but spotting the attempt early enough to revert it is totally doable. To do that, you need to regularly monitor link profile growth