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4/4/14
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OwnerEditor

Re: Another Webmaster is Spamming my Site with Network Links

Have you employed a spectacularly bad SEO company at some time in the past? Those guest postings - and the truly awful content on your home page - suggest that you have. It looks like there is a lot of work to be undone.

You can start by filing a disavowal request for that domain and any equally toxic ones.
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KillerBOT
4/4/14
KillerBOT
I've never hired an Seo company for this project. I did it all myself. That's how I know without a doubt that it's not meant to be there.
 
Cleaning up the content now.
 
Anything else I can do other than disavow. Seems like there are new links being added daily.
KillerBOT
4/4/14
KillerBOT
There are over 100 similar domains with the same content and anchor text.
4/4/14
Original Poster
OwnerEditor
You can ask them to stop linking but I doubt they will. Keep disavowing as they come in.
KillerBOT
4/4/14
KillerBOT
Any ideas how I can discover the network or owner?


Lysis
4/4/14
Lysis
This site is web spam..

On Thursday, April 3, 2014 4:19:15 PM UTC-4, Braydon D'Aguiar wrote:
I've spent a lot of time building and marketing my site and it fell out of the search rankings overnight two nights ago.

I've looked at my backlinks in webmaster tools and I have over 100 links from what seems to be a blog network following the same format and using the same anchor text and content.

I can't even access the live pages on most of them. Get a forbidden error so my ip class is blocked. 

WHAT DO IT DO???? Please help.

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rifr
5/20/14
rifr
content depthness  I mean length of article and type of content read this one http://www.quicksprout.com/2014/03/31/how-long-should-each-blog-post-be-a-data-driven-answer/
 
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