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Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Disavow.txt Smart Code Report to Disavow Spammy Or Low-Quality Links


You need to make sure about the links to be disavowed. The main factor is about low-quality & spammy links those points to the site. The process need to be carried out only if you think the links that are to be mentioned are causing issues to your site's online presence.

# This Disavow Report was created on Date, year (Today) for domain.com
# This report includes links of 2 prior reports submitted on Month Date, Month Date
# This report also contains new data added today, Month Date

# We have request webmaster to remove our links from their domain. The links from the following domain were cleaned up

domain:1xyz.com
domain:2xyz.com
domain:3xyz.com
http://spam.abc.com/article/comments.html

# The webmaster did not respond. The links from the following domain were not cleaned up

domain:1abc.com
domain:2abc.com
domain:3abc.com

# The below blogspot has differnt ccTLDs. We assume Google will apply disavow to all ccTLDs.

domain:xyz.blogspot.com

Customize the disavow text with links as per your requirements. The above format will help Google guys to understand easily. Here Domain: refers to the entire set of links in the domain and the specific link refers itself.

Go to disavow tool by logging using Google webmaster owner account and upload disavow.txt file. You're done. Wait for the changes to happen!

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