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Need Advice for Disavow Links

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by K.H.R, Nov 15, 2016.

  1. K.H.R

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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 both URLs 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
     
  2. K.H.R

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    Bumped. Please Advice Me.

    Thanks
     
  3. K.H.R

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    No one can suggest me in this case?
     
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    yea just disavow at the domain level
    i'd rather spend a whole day with @Ste Fishkin than type out every specific URL for a disavow file
     
  5. Ste Fishkin

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    Fucking right nick
     
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    Are you absolutely sure these links are harming you? The new google updates are supposed to ignore these, due to negseo being rampant.

    If you are sure they are harming you, then just disavow at the domain level. Otherwise I would ignore them...Google will likely ignore them too, especially if the XYZ domain is new (most are), their links are probably worth shit anyway.
     
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  8. LonghairedPaul

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    1. - Domain level.
    2. - Disavov Tool only create "no follow" not "remove" links...

    "When a link is disavowed, the next time that Google crawls that link they essentially add an invisible nofollow tag to the link. There is no external evidence of this. Just as your nofollowed links are listed in WMT, so are your disavowed links".
    7 Things You May Not Know About Google’s Disavow Tool
     
  9. rmoses123

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    Disavow the entire domain.
    easier. faster. better.

    It's not like you are expecting any good links from that domain so there's no issue here.
     
  10. Jeter62

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    Definitely, the domain level