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Is there any way to upload a file to bing disavow?

     
7:18 am on Jan 7, 2014 (gmt 0)

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Am I correct in assuming that disavow submissions to Bing have to be done individually? You can't upload a file like you can for the google disavow?

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2:01 pm on Jan 11, 2014 (gmt 0)

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1. There is a Bing Webmastertools [bing.com] smilar to google's.
2. See here [bing.com] the process to disavow.
3. There is no way to add a txt file, so the system is useless.
I cannot add thousands of URL's by hand!
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Mentat - THanks.. I took the list of the 1000 top linkers from google, Added http:// in front of the domains and copied and pasted.

That was billable to the client.. A couple of hours of work. However, I think that the damage to them with the trash links made it worthwhile. I figure getting rid of the worst will help.

Bing needs to have a bulk uploader. If people get hit by link spam, there are thousands of domains involved.
8:04 pm on Jan 23, 2014 (gmt 0)

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About a year ago I think I read somewhere that Bing's algorithm (unlike Google's) never counts a backlink against you, but simply ignores any that are questionable. If this is true, then you shouldn't need to use their tool anyway. On the other hand, my memory could be bad, or what I read is wrong, or things could change in the future. Does anyone have any better information about this?