How Can I Reavow Links?

How Can I Reavow Links?

If you have previously disavowed links through Google’s disavow tool, you always have the option to change your disavowed filed. Reavowing a link is as simple as removing the link from your disavow file and then resubmitting the file.

Here’s an example:

#unnatural links to disavow
domain: really-spammy-directory.com
domain: spammy-directory.com
domain: another-spammy-directory.com

Perhaps one of these is a good directory link that we have accidentally disavowed. All we need to do is create a new file:

#unnatural links to disavow
domain: really-spammy-directory.com
domain: spammy-directory.com

Sample Links to Reavow

You may want to reavow a link if you have solely relied on an automated link auditing tool to make your disavow file. There is a good choice that you may have disavowed a link that was actually not unnatural.

Another example is if a website disavows a link itself. However, Google can determine if you’ve disavowed a link yourself and will ignore the disavow directive.

 

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