What Exactly Is the Google Disavow Tool? When to Use The Disavow Tool When there’s a dramatic drop in traffic & rankings When your site has been spammed with Negative SEO backlinks When you know your SEO Agency built spammy links to your website When you have a manual action applied on your site Other cases When NOT to Use the Disavow Tool When there’s no drastic drop in rankings When you’re not sure if it is a penalty When there’s a small drop in rankings For testing purposes How to Easily Disavow Links Is the Disavow Tool Actually Helpful? (READ THIS) A lot of webmasters see this tool as the ultimate salvation for their problems when they get an algorithmic or manual penalty. Even though generally the objective of the Disavow Links tool was to be used as a resort to resolve link problems, it is not as simple as it seems. … [Read more...] about When Not to Use the Google Disavow Tool?
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How To Easily Disavow Links As stated above, you usually have to disavow links in severe cases of web spam and negative SEO attacks or manual actions. In case your site was massively spammed or already penalized and you have no way of removing those links, then you can use the Disavow Tool without any limitations to try and fix things. … [Read more...] about When You Should and Shouldn’t Use the Google Disavow Tool
What Beginners Think about Google Webmaster? Everyday we see a new blogger or website owner over the internet. Beginners feel that SEO is the only thing that is the biggest, and thus they use Google webmaster just to index their website and submit sitemaps. They never understand that Google webmaster is way bigger than that. There are many features of Google webmaster that can help them in ranking their blog or website better and this will also help them in indexing their website completely. … [Read more...] about How to use Google webmaster tools to improve your SEO Ranking?
Users can choose the data range to display on the report, which can be downloaded as well. The flexible data range would be useful when running a campaign or promoting a specific event by helping track organic search traffic. Clicking on the keyword drills down the information further- showing the specific position in the search results for users (instead of an average that is in the top level report). This varies depending on the user’s past search history, as well as the total phrase they searched for. … [Read more...] about The SEO Professional’s Guide to Google Webmaster Tools
Log into Google Webmaster Tools and access your site (you have to be verified as a site owner). Click Web Crawl from the Diagnostics tab. Click Not Found to view the URLs that return 404 errors. Click the Linked From number to view a list of links to individual 404 pages. Click Download all sources of errors on this site to download a CSV file that you can open and sort in Excel. … [Read more...] about Google Webmaster Tools Now Provide Source Data For Broken Links