Google New tool disavow links

After all new google algorithm updates like Panda and Penguin, The SEO game have changed forever because now google actually giving us negative SEO for bad backlinks they include paid links, link exchanges, or other link schemes that violate google quality guidelines

Google notified webmasters of a manual spam action based on “unnatural links” pointing to their site if you also receive this kind of notification in your webmaster account this tool can help you to address those issues.

According to google:

If you’ve done as much as you can to remove the problematic links, and there are still some links you just can’t seem to get down, that’s a good time to visit our new Disavow links page. When you arrive, you’ll first select your site.

This tool can be very helpful for anyone who need to remove spam links pointing to their sites as in the real world it is not possible for webmaster to ask websites owners to remove their links for example if a site is linked from 1 Million pages which is unnatural in google eyes you can not ask all of them to remove your links as at times it is impossible to contact webmasters and track them everytime if they remove your links or not, Even if you do it and send all the mails and phone calls to contact them there is no guarantee that a website owner will remove your links and this is where this tool come into action.

Through this tool you can actually inform google about spam link pointing to your site and google will remove them on their part, But this is not the ultimate solution for the problem, If you are targeting other search engine also because they will still count these links as spammy backlinks to your site, so the best thing is request webmasters to remove your links but if they don’t remove after you tried as much as you can in that case only you should consider using this tool.


How to use disavow links tool?

If you are also one of those website owners who receive notification of “unnatural links” and tried every possible thing to remove those links but fail you can use this tool to disavow these links go there

  • Select site you want to give Disavow links request in case you have more than one site
  • You’ll then be prompted to upload a file containing the links you want to disavow.


The format is straightforward. All you need is a plain text file with one URL per line. An excerpt of a valid file might look like the following:

# Contacted owner of on 7/1/2012 to

# ask for link removal but got no response
# Owner of removed most links, but missed these

In this example, lines that begin with a pound sign (#) are considered comments and Google ignores them. The “domain:” keyword indicates that you’d like to disavow links from all pages on a particular site (in this case, “”). You can also request to disavow links on specific pages (in this case, three individual pages on We currently support one disavowal file per site and the file is shared among site owners in Webmaster Tools. If you want to update the file, you’ll need to download the existing file, modify it, and upload the new one. The file size limit is 2MB.

Please also check this video to know more about this tool

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Ankit M
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