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[edited by: aakk9999 at 3:42 pm (utc) on Dec 11, 2013]
[edit reason] Replaced exampledomain . com with example.com as exampledomain . com is a real domain [/edit]
In my opinion Google should not count these low quality links.
In addition, will be great for each webmaster to discount links from WMT (i am talking about negative seo, and spam robots).
Google will have a really hard time determining who created the links.
I could meet somebody in a dark alley at midnight and slip a $100 bill into their pocket in return for a link to my site. How is Google going to know who paid for it, or if anyone even paid for it at all?
They may take a closer look if there is a reconsideration request. Eventually, taking a closer look over many websites over the time may perhaps result in some adjustments to the metric as they *will* learn something from the write-ups of webmasters' many reconsideration requests.
.. or give webmaster an option in Google Webmaster Tools. For example a webmaster could decide if he wants all back links to be counted automatically (default) OR have a chance to REVIEW them before they take Google algo calculation effect. That would be the most efficient way (less work for Google and much less work for webmasters).
This is what disavow file is for - which is what you have used. I hope you will get a positive reply after your site is reviewed.
@aakk9999 so are you saying neg seo exists or doesn't? Reading what you said it could go either way.
Domains that linked to the victim's websites (taken from the Disavow tool) should receive the penalty (possibly unrecoverable) instead.
Here are my other suggestions to Google:
It would be much easier to rank a site based solely upon its content.
Sorry, not pointing but used adult keywords (anchor text) to link to the site.
Definitely read this Matt Cutts blog post on the problem....
Example email to a hacked site
April 27, 2012
As Matt notes in the blog post, Google can't install everybody's security patches for them. He does provide a list of resources Google has created to help.
If you visit a page like http://www.example.com/deep-url-path/ and donít see the pill links, that means the hackers are being extra-sneaky and only showing the spammy pill links to Google. We provide a free tool for that situation as well. Itís called "Fetch as Googlebot" and it lets you send Google to your website and will show you exactly what we see.
Unfortunately, state and local government and non-profit organization sites generally aren't well-funded and are among the most naive about this, so site maintenance and security get neglected. Generally, the sites are hacked to sell pills or to provide a temporary infusion of link juice to sites that do.
Also, it's very likely that hackers have cloaked their changes to your site so that they're invisible to you, but they are served up to Googlebot.
I'm not a good programmer
some non-profit sites
I watch the site every day
And I trust that you've used the "fetch as googlebot" tool to see that google is seeing what you're seeing
Finally, a message to these bad SEOs. After a few days of adding your URLs and domains to my disavow.txt list, I'm starting to actually enjoy it. You link from 60 new domains a day? No problem - I use the tools to find you within a few seconds. I know my effort will not be in vain and it will help Google and other legitimate webmasters produce a permanent fix to your wrongdoings.