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Alert: Google Disavow Link Removal Tool Used To Scam Webmaster
It seems some groups are making serious usage of Google Webmaster email’s notifications to the webmasters. It appears that some have started sending fake / scam emails to the users around the Google W...
Are You Getting Bad Un-Linking Advice?
Mitchell, Mitch
Incompetent SEO advisors are getting websites to remove good and legitimate links that are directly related to their business. they’ve been convinced by someone that those links are bad, that suddenly...
Don't Be Scammed Into Removing Links
Schwartz, Barry
There may be a new competitive sabotage scam going around the SEO industry around link removals: emails advising webmasters to ask other sites to remove good and legitimate links to their websites.