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Jan 23rd, 2013, 03:24 PM
Toxic Link Locater/Removal Tool
Besides the Disavow tool. Does anyone know of a tool that help you determine whic of your backlinks are "Toxic".
I ran acroos this site and wonder what you guy may think.
Tour - Link Detox
I want a proven tool, the last thing I would want is to remove quality links.
Jan 23rd, 2013, 04:25 PM
There's a couple of backlink tools, but they just gather the information. I've yet to see one that can determine a good one from a bad one. lol (and if you find one, run Forest...run)
You need to look at the page the link's on and determine it for your self, using different criteria.
Like how many links does it have?
What are they going to?
Does it look like a link farm?
Is it just a site that's made for linking purposes?
Is it cheap or free to list as many links as you want?
Those are all clues to help evaluate a good one from a bad one. And I'm sure others here can add to it. Because eventually Google will get them all.
I don't think that program is all it's cracked up to be, but if you try it, please let us know.
Last edited by Test-ok; Jan 23rd, 2013 at 04:29 PM.
Jan 23rd, 2013, 04:38 PM
This kinda tells me something:
from their terms and conditions:
20. Applicable Law, Place of Execution and Place of Jurisdiction[/B]
The Sole jurisdiction is Vienna, Austria.
Solely Austrian right with the exception of international reference norms shall be applied to the legal relationship between the Client and the Provider. The regulations of the UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG) do not apply.
A local and factual responsible Austrian court for the place of business of the Provider will be the agreed upon place of jurisdiction for all resulting conflicts between the Provider and the Client.
They suck ya in, burn ya and their a$$ is covered all the while. And all for 1 dollar..the first month...what a deal.
Jan 23rd, 2013, 05:36 PM
Could you paste the message you got from Google? They didn't really use the word "toxic" did they?
Jan 23rd, 2013, 06:44 PM
Thanks for the very informative response Test Ok, I would have addressed you by your name but dont see it. Your reasoning makes a lot of sense and that is what I was telling the owner's wife. That there is no way a software can truly tell you what is a "toxic" link. I trust your advice as I see that you are likely the most active person on here.
KernalPanic, I am not sure the exact response they got. But GOogle suprising did respond to the owner's email. I will find out the exact message of what Google said, as the owner likes to exaggerate.
Jan 23rd, 2013, 06:45 PM
If you have the budget, you can try the programs from deletebacklinks.com and rmoov.com.
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