Website has to many spammy backlinks!

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  1. doomdoom88

    doomdoom88 Newbie

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    Hello
    I've made a a lot of websites over the years and normally I would buy as many backlinks as I can to boost my websites up in Google and it has worked but since all these updates Google have made, my strategy no longer works :(. I opened my own company last year and built a great website with really good unique content that I spent a lot of time writing but again I made the bad mistake of buying loads of low PR/spammy backlinks off eBay and my website has got to page 2 for most of the keywords but just won't move up onto page 1 apart from 1 keyword that I'm not even bothered about. So I'm now thinking about starting fresh by buying a new domain with (-) signs in the middle of each word and then blocking my old domain from Google but still keeping the website there for customers who have flyers/business cards and to save changing the sign-writing on my van. The reason I am thinking about blocked the old domain from Google is because I want to copy the whole website so they are exactly the same on both domains and I don't want Google to penalize me for have duplicate content. Once I have set up my new domain and blocked my old domain from Google I can then start building my own quality backlinks from high PR domains.
    This is the only strategy I can think of to get my website to the top of Google apart from deleting the spammy backlinks but there is around 100,000 so I can't see it being possible to delete them all. What I would like to know is am I on the right track because I don't really have much experience in SEO? and if I am on the right track how would I go about blocking my old domain from Google and other search engines without deleting the website?
    Thanks in advance and I look forward to hearing your thoughts.
     
  2. ThopHayt

    ThopHayt Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Did you try to disavow the bad links?
     
  3. doomdoom88

    doomdoom88 Newbie

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    I was going to disavow the bad links but it says "Simply disavowing them isn't enough" so I don't think it would do the job?
     
  4. Poly Hossain

    Poly Hossain Registered Member

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    Just remove your spam backlinks and start build more high quality links.
     
  5. Magic5

    Magic5 BANNED BANNED

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    Just block bad url in web master tools and build good quality ones.
     
  6. iamsolo

    iamsolo Power Member

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    Buy a new domain move your site to new domain. Later 301 redirect your old domain to new one. Build a PBN and web 2.0 links to your site.
     
  7. CreativeLinks

    CreativeLinks Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Try disavow or remove the spammy backlinks and start building new links, mainly focus on niche related sites
     
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    Visit Senior Member

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    is your website a vegetarian? spam has too much protein

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  9. SEO Power

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    Of course you are on the right track. 100K backlinks is too much to waste your time disavowing.
     
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    It just an alert message that pretends being deleted good links. The messages states :- You have to analyze each backlink carefully and make sure that the disavow file only have low quality bad links. Or if you are not a pro at using disavow tools hire some experts to do this jobs.

     
  11. trustourseo

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    If your site has too many spamy backlinks.
    To filter the spamming sites you can use disavow tool. After then send a reconsideration request and wait for 2 to 3 weeks.
    Try to built the quality backlinks with unique content in your relevant category.
    Try to spend more time for social shares.