Disavow “Spammy Links” with Google’s Disavow Links Tool
When webmasters attempt to drive traffic to their website by means of spammy back links, it can hurt your ranking on Google Search. Here, Matt Cutts explains how to have the almighty Google ignore those SPAMMY back links. In turn, Google will not hold these page rank-degrading back links against your website. When I say messy or bad back links, I’m referring to links to your site from either porn sites or other notoriously SPAMMY sources. Mass blog commenting and/or article marketing/spinning are a couple of ways to get a messy back link profile. Please keep in mind, unless you or your company practiced improper or poor internet marketing strategies and have caused you to have a negative back link profile that is hurting your page rank, in most cases, it isn’t necessary. Improper use of the Disavow Link Tool can hurt your site’s current rank with Google. I recommend that only advanced users that are knowledgeable on this topic use this tool. Most of the time, it’s not even necessary. Simply cleaning up the bad links will help improve your site’s ranking with most search engines. The Google Webmaster Tools Disavow feature is a last resort for webmasters that have really poor back link issues that are directly hurting their site’s rank.