Needhi asked 4 years ago
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Nisha answered 4 years ago

The Disavow tool is part of Google Search Console that allows websites to discount the value of an inbound link, helping to prevent against link-based penalties. The main reason to disavow links is to protect the site from “bad” links that are harming the its reputation and thus its rank on the Search Engine Results Page. Bad links can be created for many reasons – competitors can use them to try and move higher in the rankings, users might accidentally create them by talking about the store on an unsavory site, or Google’s algorithms might change in a way that causes a formerly useful link to become a problem.
Whatever the cause of bad links it hurt company’s repo and the disavow tool is one way to stop the harm from continuing. Now people think link penalties are outdated but keep in mind that link penalties still happen. Link penalties are still around, you need to constantly audit your link profile to make sure it stays clean. That also means you’ll need to become a master at using Google’s Disavow Tool. Disavowing links is an important part of any backlink strategy.
Before using this tool you need to find the right links to disavow. Make sure you have your list of bad backlinks ready. Disavowing links can be intimidating if you don’t know what to do. Before using this tool you must have to clear the concept of this tool. every site owner needs to know about disavowing. It can mean the difference between a clean link profile and a spammy one. There are so many benefits to disavowing links correctly. Your site will likely get a boost in ranking, so people will find you easier in search engines. Your overall SEO will also improve, so you’ll probably see more traffic coming to your site and even more high-quality backlinks that actually help you out.