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Don't include disavowed backlinks in backlink summary count
If you disavow a domain/url in site explorer (we have one domain that produces 10's of thousands of junk back links), site explorer summary removes them from its total, but the dashboard summary of number of back links continues to include the disavowed. That does not seem right to me. Esp. problematic when you have a domain that produces so much junk.
Public Spam Link Database
Add the ability to flag domains as spam, this could be community driven for example "500 users flagged this as spam". Then give the ability filter out spam from link profiles.
Add note to disavowed pages/domains
It would be great if we could be able to add a note when disavowing stuff so that we know the reason why we did that.
Please bring the option to disavow back
I would recommend implementing an option to disavow bad links. In the old reports, there were checkboxes with which bad links could be selected. In the new reports, there is no such option to select the links in the disavow file. We were very happy with the old reports and don’t want to use another tool only to disavow links. Please bring back the option.
AI disavow list builder
Automatically generate disavow files based on AI identification (or group identification) of spammy backlinks.
Update AHREFS Index for Disavow for accurate UR Rating
We have over 175k junk links to our website. I have submitted a disavow txt file to Google as of 8-21-2019 (I can submit proof of this through a screenshot or a screen share). Today, I went through and submitted this to AHREFS, since I saw that our UR rating is still very low. I reached out to AHREFS and they informed be that they will not be removing these links from their index, only from reporting? And that this submission will not update our UR. The only way I can get these updated is by having the referring domain remove them. As you can imagine, the odds of this domain removing all of these links are incredibly low. Perhaps this is a reason as to why Google allows you disavow links in the first place. How you can easily address this issue: Have someone who is attempting to disavow backlinks provide digital proof of their submissions to Google. A simple screenshot of the Google Search Console Disavow submissions screen, after submission, would be proof enough. Also have them include the txt file they have submitted for accuracy. You would then go through and update your index. This will remove any spammy agencies who are trying to fudge their numbers to clients and keep your reporting clean and incredibly accurate. In the meantime, I have reached out to the offending domain and am awaiting on a reply. From what it looks like, their website was hacked and they are sending out millions of spammy links. I will update if they respond.
Does empty anchor known as a bad link
Hi everyone, I wanted to ask if the empty anchor tags has negative impact
Universal Blacklist to Filter Out Domains From All Reports
There is a ton of trash websites out there on the web. Domains that add no value to the datasets when doing research. I'd love to be able to add domains to a master filter list. So as I use the tool and find domains which have junk spam content or auto generated pages and links, I can add them to this list. Then, every report on the site from content explorer to link reports, will automatically filter those sites from the lists and exports of the reports. The agregate numbers don't need to change or the math, just a filter on screen and export that doesn't show us the site in question as it has no value..
I summited for bulk spammy links to Search Console almost 1 year and none of them removed and Really want to know why is not removed after long time.