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Removing UAW and article links

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Themrh, May 8, 2012.

  1. Themrh

    Themrh Junior Member

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    I've been hearing from a few sources that I trust that after removing a few of the most spammy looking links their rankings have started to climb again after been bombed by the recent Google changes.

    Has anyone got any advice on how to remove uaw links etc with ease?
     
  2. jharr53301

    jharr53301 Regular Member

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    I don't think this is the case. I got had bad - listings dropped almost 400 positions and after about 3 weeks they are back up actually way beyond where they were when I got hit. All I did was added some unique content to my site and added more variety to my anchor text. I did not remove any links.
     
  3. apoorv

    apoorv Regular Member

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    For quite a few sites I own, I've done this too successfully. However, other sites haven't been so lucky. It seems every niche has its own, different, parameters.

    @OP -- Its almost impossible to remove all the links. You would need to either contact their support which I don't believe is in a position to remove these links or otherwise contact each and every webmaster. I'll just leave them as they are — not waste my energy there — and add more diversity via other means.