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According to Matt Cutts at some point in the near future they are going to give us examples in GWT of links they consider not natural. Maybe wait until then to see what it shows.
We need to recrawl and reindex the URLs you disavowed before your disavowals go into effect, which can take multiple weeks.
Wait for some time to let the disavowed links make their way into our system. Finally, submit a reconsideration request so the manual webspam team can check whether your site is now within Google's quality guidelines, and if so, remove any manual actions from your site.
I could be wrong but I read somewhere that just adding links to the disavow is not enough - you actually have to make an effort to have those links deleted and submit some kind of report on your action,
I read the same thing, and it was from a Google source, too. I think it was Matt Cutts, but he has talked a lot about Disavow Lonks and I'm having trouble finding that exact link.
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.