For each link you can: 1. Add Tags – A good place to classify your links according to their type. It can help you in the later stages of penalty recovery, but it's also good proof to Google that you really took the time to check everything and know it's bad. Some of the tags we use are (Blog Comments, Forum Comments, Adult, PBN, Web 2.0, etc.). 2. Disavows – Disavowing a link actually means that Google doesn't consider it when ranking your site, but they are still "live" and can be viewed in Search Console . Use this feature with caution as once you disavow a link there is no going back.
You have the option to whatsapp database disavow a site at the domain or page level . Usually, if a domain is bad, all pages on that domain are also bad. Things are different when it comes to various blogging platforms and other Web 2.0 sites. For example, we obviously don't want to disavow wordpress.com, but as a Web 2.0 platform, this domain has a lot of spam pages. This is where page-level disavows come in handy. The same goes for websites like Pinterest, Youtube and Google+. you get the pattern. 3. Rating – You can rate the link as good or bad . If you rate links as good, don't disavow them.
Skip site-wide links – If you want to avoid checking links on the same domain multiple times, you have the option to skip site-wide links. Click the setting button to confirm. Also, check the button below. Click Next when you have finished editing the information about the link. If you're not sure if the link is good or bad, you can add the tag "?". Go back later (just filter the "?" In the Tags column) to remove the existing tags and add new ones. If you're proactively doing backlink audits and your site isn't actually being penalized, you don't need to set hard and fast rules for determining link quality.