We’re very proud to announce the brand new integration of the Google Disavow links tool and our well-known Link Detox tool.
After months of waiting for a tool to finally disavow a certain set of unwanted links, Matt Cutts finally released the newest fashion in link removal yesterday.
“If you’ve done as much as you can to remove the problematic links, and there are still some links you just can’t seem to get down, that’s a good time to visit our new Disavow links page.”
Are you already suffering from unnatural link warnings…
or did you pay somebody to write some low-quality articles with very keyword rich anchor text?
As a result, it’s clear that you want to clean up those backlinks.
By combining the Link Detox tool with the new export function, you can easily tell Google immediately which links to your site you’d like to ignore. It’s not required anymore to contact all webmasters by hand. That’s definitely a step forward in cleaning up your unwanted backlinks.
You don’t have to worry about unread webmaster emails anymore.
So how does it work?
4 simple steps to remove unwanted and suspicious links
- Well, first off, you need to figure out “Which links should I disavow?” by using our Link Detox tool.
- You can earn a Discounted Link Detox report by using the tweet button at LinkDetox.com or simply pay here.
- After your report is done, you don’t have to manually create lots of text files and send them to Google.
- Right from our proven detox technology, the new one-click export function directly creates a suitable export file for the Google Disavow links tool.
We still recommend using our integrated contact function to get those links completely removed from the web. But of course, you can’t contact thousands of webmasters if your last link campaign was a shot in the foot. It’s also good so that other search engines won’t see spammy links to your site.
Keep in mind that we use very common spam link rules to identify bad links. However, it can still be wrong in certain edge cases, because it’s still an automated process. Make sure you review all links you want Google to ignore. Because if you ignore good links, it might hurt your site’s rankings. We provide no liability for the completeness or correctness of this list, and it’s your own sole responsibility to tell Google to disavow any of those links.
There’s nothing easier than finding risky and suspicious links with Link Detox and disavow them right from your toolkit via your Google Webmaster Tools.
How awesome is that?