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When purchasing a new URL you need to run a few checks on its history. You can use https://magestic.com to check out historical links and you can gain free access by registering your site. You can also use https://archive.org to view the web history of the site. If the domain looks to have a history of spam links then this may be the issue, Google will ...
Generally speaking, you will not need to disavow any links. This should remain a last resort for toxic links. Elsewhere I describe what a toxic link is. Please understand that most junk links are not toxic. For a link to be toxic, a lot has to happen. It is possible that there was some negative effect, however, Google understands that spam sites will make ...
To totaly remove them you can only contact and ask them to.
Okay. To begin. The term *toxic link** is not used by Google. It is fully an SEO chatter class invention and some are using this term to either gain users to their site and scare the bejeebers out of you as well as carve out importance for themselves or sell you something. As far as Google is concerned, there is no such thing as a toxic link. There are bad ...
I'll kick this off... Relevant Forum Signatures Exact keywords - toxic Partial keywords - high risk Partial company name - medium risk Unique company name anchor text - medium risk Brand name - medium risk Your name - low risk Img link - low risk http:// link - low risk Img src no link - no risk Domain/Brand/Name/Business name mention - no risk
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