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Huge Negative SEO towards my domain

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Ashgriel, Jun 18, 2015.

  1. Ashgriel

    Ashgriel Junior Member

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    Hello guys,

    I have just question, my domain just had 2,5K quality backlinks (guest posts, organically gained etc) but recently someone started to spam my domain with blog comments (according to ahrefs - 2-3K new backlinks per day with one anchor). What would you do if someone is doing huge negative seo and dont want to stop. In other words I would have to fill disavow every day.

    It is branded domain, so 301 is not possible. Thank you guys for every help
     
  2. JournoNick

    JournoNick Power Member

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    You wouldn't have to update your file everyday, just disavow on a domain level. I doubt you're getting hit with that many domains, just links. Right? If every link is on a different domain, then just do it weekly, it should be fine. Google penguin is not an ongoing update, yet.
     
  3. Madrid4you

    Madrid4you Junior Member

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    JournoNick is right! Scrape all your spam back links not only with ahrefs, also use your GWT, backlink watch and SEO spyglass.
    Disavow the bad backlinks daily.
     
  4. Rank 360

    Rank 360 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Keep monitor your website through webmaster tools and keep a track that you create backlinks to your site.
     
  5. myopic1

    myopic1 Regular Member

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    That's not clever negative SEO, that's just pure spam. Based on sites I've seen that have undergone the same sort of attack, in all likelihood it'll have no effect. This depends on a number of factors of course, if your site had quality backlinks, is aged etc then I wouldn't worry too much about doing anything...just my 2 cents.
     
  6. diemou

    diemou Power Member

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    You should not be worried as your site is aged and got nice portfolio of quality and natural backlinks buddy.