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Someone did neg. SEO on my website?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by nakamura, May 29, 2014.

  1. nakamura

    nakamura Senior Member

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    I just took a look on google webmastertools and checked out "links to my website" and then I found the anchortext "fist "my website"", "anal f*ck "my website"", "blowjob "my website"", "sex", "cum","squirt" etc.
    do you think someone wanted to f**k my website up? Actually I saw no bad results at all on my rankings and if I search for that anchor text on google I find nothing.
    how can I remove that bad links?
     
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    nakamura Senior Member

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    I have an idea. I saw the most of this bad backlinks are linking to one of my subpage. Could I just change the permalink? Like original: http://mywebsite.com/a/ to http://mywebsite.com/b/ . Would it make the bad backlinks invalid?
     
  3. wizdorf

    wizdorf Regular Member

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    Obviously, if you didn't build those links then someone is trying to negative SEO your website.

    To remove links there are two services I would recommend, first if the links are from directories you should use http://deletebacklinks.com/. This service owns the directories and will remove the links generated on their websites. However you may not have links from their directories.

    The next service is the one I use on all my clients sites that have penalties. They do all of the link analysis and link removals for you and know what they are doing http://linkdelete.com/ . They'll be able to find these new negative SEO links and work on removing them. In my experience the sooner you are with removing links the easier they are to remove. What I mean is if you try in a couple of years or even months it may be harder than right now.
     
  4. littlehead

    littlehead Junior Member

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    Waow!!! That is the work of a competitor. I would suggest disavowing those links to prevent any negative impact
     
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    mindlesswizard Supreme Member

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    Better check with ahrefs.com on that page. This way you will find out what anchor texts and what percentage of anchor texts are being pointed to your site.
     
  6. nakamura

    nakamura Senior Member

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    okay seems like someone sent about 12k backlinks to my website, but the referral pages went down suddenly. does it mean they are deleted?
    I can see in the anchor phrases are about 3% fisting, 3% incest etc. lol.

    I saw the google disavow tool, but I don't want to delete ALL backlinks...I would lose all my rankings right?

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    EDIT:

    I made a research on webmaster tools and ahrefs and I tried to click on some of these links, but most time I got an error and the other times I couldn't find any comment/link linking to my website.

    Should I download all these new backlinks in a CSV. file and put them in the google disavow tool ?

    First time I experienced that...
     
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  7. salmanseo982

    salmanseo982 Regular Member

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    find who is ur peak competitor i think this is ur competitor work
     
  8. JasonS

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    Use ahrefs or majesticseo to filter out the bad links, and then export all of the links into text file.
    Load the list in Google Disavow Tool and submit or if those links are from blog comments, then hire a coder to build the bot for mass submit the contact form with your message and captcha support to notify the owners.
     
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  9. nakamura

    nakamura Senior Member

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    I found out that most of the links are not even working anymore and it also seems like this guy didn't create any tier 2 to this spam links.
    I disavowed about 2k links with googles disavow tool.
    Actually I think that my quality backlinks are strong enough, but I don't want to have any risk.
     
  10. mindlesswizard

    mindlesswizard Supreme Member

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    Brilliant answer !!! How i missed this one
     
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  11. super_power

    super_power Regular Member

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    Shoot you are spammed, someone wants to kill your site, lol. I just think you can remove links by yourself or use a service. get a report of the links built and contact domain owners with whois email or contact form on their site, it can take you hours. Or outsource it, but its costy.
     
  12. LeonTheProfessional

    LeonTheProfessional Newbie

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    Disavow tool... The Google tool that could decide to either bury your website or save it...
    You better of using some reputation management services rather than Disavow tool.
    Unless you can live with the fact this website could take a dive.
     
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    Disavow tool might help since those anchors are pretty nasty. Going for some other way might be expensive but might be needed if that site brings you much money