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NEGATIVE SEO around 500,000+ backlinks how to fix

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  1. NEGATIVE SEO - around 500,000+ backlinks, any thoughts on how to fix?
  2. Hi everyone, I tried searching for threads about the proper action to take on this one but my searching skills is not that good, failed to find a good answer.
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  14. I'm aware with the disavow tool but I'm not able to use it yet. I got this old website and it's ranking for some keywords, just noticed that it's being heavily spammed with negative backlinks. Around 500k links when I last checked.
  15. Any thoughts on what's the best action to take? Also, if you can reference some threads about the answer, I would be forever grateful. Thanks.
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  18. Build legit links. Disavow the rest. All you can do.
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  20. Try any of the link detox tools, grab your disavow file and upload it to Webmaster Tools.
  21. Honestly? that is not really negative SEO, if you were attacked with 5k per hour or something like that then I would be worried, but that may be simply a site wide link from a new domain, it may even be an affiliate, so see where these backlinks are coming from and just keep creating backlinks to contrarrest its effects IF any.
  22. Build legit links. Disavow the rest. All you can do.
  23. Is it easy to disavow bad links with these numbers?
  24. Try any of the link detox tools, grab your disavow file and upload it to Webmaster Tools.
  25. Not sure about link detox but I'll check it.
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  27. Honestly? that is not really negative SEO, if you were attacked with 5k per hour or something like that then I would be worried, but that may be simply a site wide link from a new domain, it may even be an affiliate, so see where these backlinks are coming from and just keep creating backlinks to contrarrest its effects IF any.
  28. Nope. These are spammed backlinks. I've checked the sources, from pornsites to other sites with url keyword anal, pbn, hack and stuff.
  29. This isn't really Neg SEO these days. Good news, whoever is spamming your site is pretty fucking dumb. Maybe report the issue to Google? Not sure that would help. But certainly a back up option if you have to appeal if this piss poor attempt has any negative effect.
  30. At first, I didn't worry about it since it was just a few links and my site was on top 1 for my main KW. But now it's not even on page 1.
  31. Just re-checked and it's actually around 875k links now.
  32. When you do the disavow links with google, could that process be done in bulk?
  33. When you do the disavow links with google, could that process be done in bulk?
  34. I'd guess so. I have never had to deal with it. I think Ahrefs has a tool for scraping them into a report.
  35. Every day they're building spam backlinks.
  36. Yes, you can upload all the spam backlinks at once.
  37. Just create a text file with the backlinks and upload it to disavow tool. Alternatively, you can disavow complete domains like this...
  38. Create a text file with content
  39. domain:domain1.com
  40. domain:domain2.com
  41. and so on for all the spam domains used by them.
  42. I'd guess so. I have never had to deal with it. I think Ahrefs has a tool for scraping them into a report.
  43. I'll check this. Thanks.
  44. I am going through the same... https://www.blackhatworld.com/seo/korean-spam-links-to-money-site.1072699/#post-11579316
  45. Every day they're building spam backlinks.
  46. Yes, you can upload all the spam backlinks at once.
  47. Just create a text file with the backlinks and upload it to disavow tool. Alternatively, you can disavow complete domains like this...
  48. Create a text file with content
  49. domain:domain1.com
  50. domain:domain2.com
  51. and so on for all the spam domains used by them.
  52. Click to expand...
  53. Thanks for sharing mate. I guess this is just part of the SEO game. In a way, I feel proud that my competitor had to do a spam link-building on my site rather than improving their own with contents and backlinks.
  54. I'll work with what you've suggested and I will update this thread in the future if I'm able to get my rank back.
  55. I think your issue is analysing 800k+ links manually. There are several tools which can automate that. But I'm not aware of the "better" tools. Alternatively you can try fiverr seller for arond some 20-30 bucks.
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  57. Is it easy to disavow bad links with these numbers?
  58. With search console or some third party tool you can generate a list of all links and simply upload a disavow file with them all.
  59. Here's some guides to help:
  60. https://ahrefs.com/blog/google-disavow-links/
  61. https://www.semrush.com/kb/764-disavowing-your-backlinks
  62. Also just saw this article come out today about it: https://www.seroundtable.com/google-automated-link-dropping-26844.html
  63. With all the chatter around links, negative SEO, the tools, etc - Google's John Mueller said that the tools used to do automated link drops are "old school" and thus, Google has probably seen this behavior before. He basically said, Google is good at detecting them and ignoring these types of spam also.
  64. With search console or some third party tool you can generate a list of all links and simply upload a disavow file with them all.
  65. Here's some guides to help:
  66. https://ahrefs.com/blog/google-disavow-links/
  67. https://www.semrush.com/kb/764-disavowing-your-backlinks
  68. Also just saw this article come out today about it: https://www.seroundtable.com/google-automated-link-dropping-26844.html
  69. With all the chatter around links, negative SEO, the tools, etc - Google's John Mueller said that the tools used to do automated link drops are "old school" and thus, Google has probably seen this behavior before. He basically said, Google is good at detecting them and ignoring these types of spam also.
  70. Thanks everyone for your responses. I got all the answers that I need. I'm good here and will do the steps.
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  72. Thanks everyone for your responses. I got all the answers that I need. I'm good here and will do the steps.
  73. Please update the thread with your experience. And it will help for any future person who does a search on the same topic.
  74. Google's been saying for a while now that they ignore links they don't like. But I'd still disavow anyway just to be safe.
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  77. Hi everyone, I tried searching for threads about the proper action to take on this one but my searching skills is not that good, failed to find a good answer.
  78. I'm aware with the disavow tool but I'm not able to use it yet. I got this old website and it's ranking for some keywords, just noticed that it's being heavily spammed with negative backlinks. Around 500k links when I last checked.
  79. Any thoughts on what's the best action to take? Also, if you can reference some threads about the answer, I would be forever grateful. Thanks.
  80. How do you think its negative SEO in the first place, it might help dilute your anchor text diversity. BTW these days when people want t rank a keyword then they tank the site, better tank the site and you might rank.
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