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Matt Cutts was on hand at Pubcon to issue the annual State of the Index address, sharing insight on what Googleís done this year, what webmasters should know, and, this time, to also announce a new tool for webmasters. Look alive!
I'm assuming you haven't seen any movement in the SERPs or your G traffic yet?
joined:Oct 28, 2012
What if you donít try to remove links? Given what a pain it is to get links off the web, why wouldnít someone just use disavow? I know Google recommends requesting link removals, but from a technical standpoint, if they donít do that and just disavow, itís pretty much going to work, right?
No, I wouldnít count on this. In particular, Google can look at the snapshot of links we saw when we took manual action. If we donít see any links actually taken down off the web, then we can see that sites have been disavowing without trying to get the links taken down.
Is anyone seeing any positive results from using the tool?
Anyone seeing any positive results?
I have basically given up.
I'm telling you guys it was very quick
I think the key is patience.
Unfortunately, business doesn't move at the same speed Google does. We have clients, employees, operating expenses, overhead, and every other aspect of running a business to deal with. We have to move quickly... or fade away.