aakk9999 - 12:41 am on Oct 17, 2012 (gmt 0)
Nobody asked what happens to the site that the links are from when they are disavowed.
In fact, more I think about it, it seems to me the tool is briliant for Google.
All that they have to do is look which sites are mentioned mostly in "disavow from" and hey presto - a list of domains that either sell links, are low quality or are spam domains is provided to Google.
And you cannot disavow the competitor if you do not have links from that domain pointing to yours... so this addresses the false "disavow" problem in order to pretend competitor is selling links.
So watch the next round of spam link wheels and sites being nuked now...
Just read post from smithaa02 who posted whilst I was typing. I guess that well known sites as enzinearticle and wiki will be "imune" to disavow. I am not sure if not known sites will be so. At least Google has a nice list of sites to manually review.