---- Google disavow process - what is Google's system to disavowing links?
onlinesource - 8:20 pm on Dec 11, 2013 (gmt 0)
If 10 webmasters submit disavow files and 5 of them list spammylinksite.com then Google goes ahead and ignores or removes that website. If there is no other domains in common, then the rest are not ignored.
I see your point.
Still, what happens to those sites that are probably not being disavowed by anybody else but you?
In the past, we hired a SEO company to do some work. They appeared to have submitted some pretty spammy links for us. I'm trying to disavow most of them.
Now, let's say you want to disavow a link from a site called myspammylinks.net, an online link directory, and all of the sites on that domain appear to be stuff like online education scams, check cashing, knockoff handbags, etc; the sort of sites that are not maintained well and not the kind of sites that would bother to submit a disavow list. Most likely sites like that would abandon ship if they drop off of Google and start over with another site. So now, it's just you who cares to remove it (not 9 other webmasters).
Will that link most likely sit around for months because there is no other interest in disavowing it? What could I do? The site owner of myspammylinks.net is not returning my emails; which makes this a bigger issue.