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How to refine spam links? Help please

Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization' started by randeepsingh, Aug 8, 2013.

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    Acutely, these days I am working on refine back links for my website and trying to collect spam links and adding in Google webmaster disavow tool. I think this process help in improving website quality and maintaining the search engine ranking.

    So please share your experience with me “How to detect spam links from the web”.
    randeepsingh, Aug 8, 2013 IP
  2. TechSole

    TechSole Well-Known Member

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    There are multiple online tools you can use to check toxic links. Just by looking at a site that links to you it should be pretty obvious what spam links are.
    TechSole, Aug 9, 2013 IP
  3. randeepsingh

    randeepsingh Member

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    randeepsingh, Aug 9, 2013 IP
  4. LustForJoy

    LustForJoy Active Member

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    Dear randeepsingh,

    indeed, there are more and more tools available for the purpose of detecting so called bad links pointing to your site. Indeed, cleaning up your backlink structure is more important than ever after Penguin 2.0. I have used some of these tools myself and could recover lots of my rankings.

    I can recommend the following tools:

    - Link Detox by Link Research Tools (my favourite tool at a low price - no subscription necessary)
    - rmoov -> this is a backlink removal tool that allows you to submit link removal requests to webmasters quickly and easily. Use it to ask webmasters to remove bad links from a single URL or multiple URLs, multiple domains... you really should try to get the links removed before you submit them to the Google disavow tool. This tool makes it way easier to manage your recovery campaign.
    - SEOmoz is reportedly working on a way to detect spam links as well.
    - http://deletebacklinks.com/
    - http://www.linkdelete.com/
    - http://www.removeem.com/ (quite expensive)

    You can get more information on link removal campaigns with link recommendations here: SEO Roundtable

    I hope this information helps. Good luck to you!
    LustForJoy, Aug 19, 2013 IP
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  5. sushilpandit

    sushilpandit Greenhorn

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    Hey Guys,

    Can any one help me to filter Toxic / Spamming link Manually. For example. What else more we can consider as a Toxic links.

    1. Sex / Porn Links

    2. De-Index Domains

    3. Template of the site found from Hazardous.

    4. Link from poor quality / Spamming domains.

    5. Redirect on another url.

    6. Clocking.

    7. Dropped Domain

    8. Banned Links

    9. Duplicate IP:-Getting links from multi of the times.(Tag)

    10. Non-Niche Directory

    11. Non-Genuine Blog Commenting(Not your Name)

    12. Site-Wide links (Red Flag) footer.

    13. Link took from different Language.

    14. Have Malware
    sushilpandit, Nov 20, 2013 IP