Pengiun is now real time – get disavowing

Pengiun is now real time – get disavowing

Disavow, Link Building, Technical SEO
Google now claimed Penguin is real time, or as real time as its going to get. The claim it's now part of their core search algorithm. A brief history of Penguin. Penguin was introduced in 2012 to target webmasters trying to spam Google algorithm by buying and exchanging links. It came out of the blue with no warning and initially impacting around 3% of queries. It was a wake-up call to the industry. Google wasn’t going to let webmaster get away with spamming their algorithm anymore by purchasing / exchanging links with other webmasters. If your site was hit you…
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Three mistakes to avoid with disavow files

Disavow, Technical SEO
When Bing and then Google first released the disavow file feature it was a great, very powerful tool. It meant that if you asked a Webmaster to take down a link and they refused, you could tell the search engines that the link was bad and you didn’t want it to appear. For a while, the directories that had been selling the option to buy links started charging to have the links removed. This still happens and there are people known in the industry who buy penalised domains, add your link and then charge you to take it down. However…
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