You may have heard the story about JcPenney getting knocked out of Google’s top search rankings. The reason for this is because the retail giant was using Black Hat SEO techniques and “buying” links. A HUGE point of emphasis of Google right now is Quality over Quantity, when it comes to the inbound links to a website. If your site is guilty of having a large number of “junk” links there is relief:
Google Disavow Links Tool
Matt Cutts, the head of the webspam team at Google, explains the Google Disavow Links Tool use in great detail.
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How To Disavow a Link
1. Go to the Google Webmasters Disavow Links Page
2. Enter the URL of the website you want to work on
3. Open Notepad
4. Enter the URL of links you would like to have Disavowed 1 per line
5. The Tool will prompt you to upload a file containing the links you want to disavow
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