Need Advice for Disavow Links

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  1. K.H.R

    K.H.R Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Hello,

    Now a days, I am getting too much SPAM Links from Domain.XYZ. So I am planning to Disavow Links.

    Let's say: I got a links from domain.xyz/something-1, domain.xyz/something-2 now should I list the full URL or Just the domain:domain.xyz in Disavow File?

    If I just list the domain:domain.xyz, will google remove the all the Links from that Same Domain?

    What is batter?
    1. Listing Full URLs?
    2. Just the Domain?

    I wanna Disavow the Full Domain, Because I got many Backlinks from Different URLs but the Domain is Same. If I can Disavow Full Domain, it's more secure because google will not count Backlinks from that domain anymore and easy to make Disavow File.

    Please Suggest Me.

    Thanks
     
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    If you don't have a penalty you probably shouldn't disavow.

    Once in a blue moon I get a toxic domain name redirected at my website. Disavowing just the domain name appeared to help within a couple weeks. It is not conclusive that the disavow file did anything at all, but it has happened several times now and disavowing the domain was followed by a recovery in each case. I use disavow very sparingly. There are only three lines in my disavow file and it might be bad to have anything in your disavow file depending on how Google views them internally (a.k.a. confessions)
     
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    ^^^ This!

    People use that disavow tool as if caused them some kind of enjoyment. It's not to be used unless something is really fucked up. If you are a target of brutal negative SEO and so on. Not if there are some statistic domains pointing to your site. That's completely natural. Every site on the net will have some sort of shitty links.