With the recent updates from Google, which target sites that have carried out bad practice when it comes to gaining search engine ranking position. It is important to understand how to remove links that you have no access to and are flagging concern in the relevant search engines.
I’m currently working with two ecommerce sites that have both suffered an automatic penalty from Google as a result of bad in-bound link profiles. Searching the internet provides a large number of posts saying that it is possible to recover sites using the Google Disavow tool and also the Bing tool-set.
Both Bing and Google webmasters provide links and instruction of how to submit a list of potentially bad links to assist in the search engines ignoring them when considering the site for inclusion in the search engine results page.
The links provide access to the disavow tools and some explanation of how to use.
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