Disavow Tool is a new approach that Google brought to the webmaster table by giving site owners the ability to remove as many spammy or low-quality links from their backlinks portfolio as possible. In other words, you can ask Google not to take certain links into account when assessing your site.

Our partners, and the SEO community has been talking a lot lately about disavowing links, the process, and the tools. There is a mix feeling about this tool. While Google’s Matt Cutts has done his best to explain the tool, there is still a mix feeling, and reaction.

For this reason, we, SEOReseller.com, put together the ultimate guide to Disavow Tool to clear all the misconceptions about the usages of disavow. This infographic is a mix of our experience with the tool, coupled with the industry best practices to use it.

The Ultimate Guide To Disavow Tool

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Clayton Wood

Clayton is the Marketing Director of SEOReseller.com and managing partner of numerous successful online brands offering white label SEO and other online marketing services.