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What is unnatural inboun links

Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization' started by maketick, Aug 2, 2012.

  1. #1
    Dear visitors,

    Few days ago, I got a mail at webmaster tool...Google sent me a warning mail for "Unnatural Inbound Links". I don't know what is this? and what should I do?

    If any body will give me proper reply, then I'll be grateful :)

    Thanks
    Maketick
    SEMrush
     
    maketick, Aug 2, 2012 IP
    SEMrush
  2. GMF

    GMF Well-Known Member

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    And you didn't bother reading the mail? I'm pretty sure that they explain what's wrong and why they send you the mail.


    Also: have you tried a search engine? I heard Google is pretty good. DuckDuckgo is also very nice.

    :eek:
     
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  3. nickswift

    nickswift Active Member

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    it means they think you have been buying links or maybe using a blog network such as build my rank, linkvana, linxboss etc etc - you will hae to remove all the links best you can and write back to them telling them you are very sorry and you wont do it again and show them that you have deleted the links - or tried to.
     
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    himanuzo Well-Known Member

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    If Google tells you that "Unnatural Inbound Links", then you need to remove it from your site.
     
    himanuzo, Aug 2, 2012 IP
  5. ryan_uk

    ryan_uk Illustrious Member

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    Read the email. Search Google/Bing/WhateverYouPrefer and read the articles, for example:
    http://searchengineland.com/google-explains-new-link-warnings-says-dont-panic-but-dont-ignore-128888

    ... and stop spamming.
     
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  6. dscurlock

    dscurlock Prominent Member

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    he will probably never be able to remove them all...its best that he discontinue the service he is using.
    Google wants you to get to the top without using unfair advantages...for some, that is an impossible task
    as they can not wait, and they want to cheat the system as much as possible, and he will never become
    a top quality site by using these crappy link building services, he will stay at the bottom, google will see to this....
    google is not nearly as dumb as people think they are, and they are getting smarter by the day, while spammers are getting dumber...
     
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  7. nnimal

    nnimal Member

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    You can't play with google, Pl. check your site a-z,I think you could find the reason of "unnatural" meaning.
    .
     
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  8. WebDev Solutions

    WebDev Solutions Well-Known Member

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    Low quality links, most probably from sites which have no correlation to your own in terms of niche.

    WebDev
     
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  9. sreeram

    sreeram Peon

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    hi......Some of your links are being ignored, says Google, but we won't penalise you as
    you may in fact be innocent.
     
    sreeram, Aug 3, 2012 IP
  10. sreeram

    sreeram Peon

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    Google Webmaster Tools issued a scary notification to numerous webmasters advising that their website was in breach of Google’s quality guidelines. What was frightening about this email is that a week or so after receiving it you’re almost certain to receive a penalty and suffer severe loss of rankings and traffic from Google
     
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  11. u4mee

    u4mee Banned

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    I'm guessing that these are only warnings and our sites will not receive any penalty.

    It would be very wrong to penalize a site for something that somebody else could do.

    As I have mentioned in another post, this could spark a whole new industry.

    Imagine this: You get contacted by someone saying that if you don't pay them, they will begin creating unnatural looking links to your site.
    Or they could first create the links, and then demand payment to have them removed.

    I really think that Google will only disregard these links, and they will neither help you in the SERPs nor will they pass Page Rank (not that anybody cares about PR any more.)

    Can someone else please chime in here. I've also suddenly received a whole bunch of these Warnings, and I haven't done anything wrong (as far as I know).
     
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  12. droppedwebsites

    droppedwebsites Guest

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    As said earlier by other users, google no longer penalizes offsite seo as it can be done even by a competitor. No need to worry about the links pointing as they will be ignored by google.
     
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    OSSEO Active Member

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    You should remove Inbound Links from your website. then submit reconsideration form.
     
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  14. Auroin_SEO

    Auroin_SEO Greenhorn

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    Those link are called un natural link which google restrict to follow if you follow these links then you have to chance to go in sandbox.
     
    Auroin_SEO, Aug 3, 2012 IP
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    using more paid links and getting un related low quality websites links etc these are unnatural links..... Google's Penguin algo hates unnatural links and spam website links
     
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    freeadstime Well-Known Member

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    Let us know if you have taken any action yet and make sure to give updates as you go through the progress. A site of ours has received the same letter. The letter gives you the reconsideration submission link. We have received it about a week ago, but we are still working on removing the extra links.
     
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    Ark_Bill Peon

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    Please kindly follow given link to know more details, goo.gl/JODvJ.
     
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  18. BacklinkExpert

    BacklinkExpert Active Member

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    You can hit by penguin update, go to ahrefs or opensiteexplorer to check out your backlink profile and try to make sure that exact anchor text (50%) and other anchor text like click here,for more information (non-relevant anchor text) around 50%.
     
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