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It's tedious work monitoring a site's backlinks to weed out the bad ones — first by sending email requests, then following up, and as a last resort, disavowing them entirely. But webmasters and SEOs know that it must be done to avoid Google penalties.
Having too many sketchy links pointing at your site can raise red flags. Ranking demotions and manual action penalties can result even in the age of Google's "real-time" Penguin algorithm.
Wouldn't it be great if we could understand more of what Google sees and more easily separate the good links from the bad?
DisavowFiles.com lets webmasters crowdsource their Google disavow files so they can make better-informed decisions to manage their own links. It's webmasters helping webmasters bring the data to light.
There is no charge to join DisavowFiles.com. Every new site that joins and submits its Google disavow file helps build a crowdsourced database that's more useful for all. Let's get this off the ground!
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