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Google has no logical reason to crawl the spam links therefore it is recommended to use the Link Detox Boost. Probably some pages are still affected by Penguin.

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You should boost all the links which you have also uploaded in your disavow file. You can boost all the links at once.

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It sounds like you believe that using Link Detox Boost is only required on indexed pages. The point of BOOST is however to get pages crawled no matter if they are indexed or not. Only when a page is crawled, the Disavow command for this page is…

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Yes, all of our tools work for different countries.

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Yes, make sure you upload whatever your have as link data source into Link Detox. However, you should only boost the links that you have actually disavowed

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What is Link Detox? Link Detox is software that automatically rates links based on automated rules we develop. In addition, we calculate and estimate the probable risk for your domain receiving a Google Penalty or Google Filter. We do not pretend to…

Last edit by on June 18th, 2019

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Yes. Like the whole link detox risk management process we introduced with “Round-Trip disavows” Link Detox Boost is driven by the disavow file that you manage between multiple runs of Link Detox. But you can also upload disavow files created manually or…

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Custom Backlinks Our toolkit accepts exported files from various other toolkits like the Google Webmaster Tools, Sistrix, SEMrush, Moz/Linkscape or Majestic. If you would like to merge different data sources and import them into our toolkit, simply…

Last edit by on June 13th, 2019

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In short, yes - Disavow Non-Indexed sites as well. Especially when Google has deindexed a site, this is an indicator a Penalty one one hand, and also no link power for you. We therefore recommend to disavow them and also run Link Detox Boost on them, as…

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Please make sure you uploaded the disavowed links to GSC at least 48 hours before running Link Detox Boost, that you got confirmation that Google received the file, and ONLY upload the file that you gave Google. After you submit a disavow file to…

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We are aware that removing a penalty is a hard and time-consuming process. While boosting will speed up the whole disavow process for Google, it can still have many reasons why the Link Detox Boost does not work as expected for a penalty in a specific…

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In the best case a recovery took 3 days, but depending on the amount of potentially bad links disavowed the result could be different. E.g. if not enough links were disavowed Google might still not be happy after this boost.

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The Link Detox and the Link Detox Boost are 2 different tools, but you can use them together. Link Detox supports you in identifying potential risky links. That helps you to decide which links should get removed or disavowed.…

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Your report also includes a link detail table. It contains all your entered domains, the links we found and your selected metrics. Moreover, you can proceed with secondary analyses from this chart. Link Data Export You can export link data either as…

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Speed up the Disavow Process Speed up your recovery from a Google Penalty after a backlink clean-up. Link Detox Boost® helps you recover from a Google Penalty a lot faster than in the past. Combined with the Link Detox Genesis® algorithm this is a…

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Step 1 Zoom: Step 1 You can start a new Link Detox Boost report from your LinkResearchTools “Start Report” dashboard Zoom: Or you can run a Link Detox Boost on all of the links that you have already marked as disavowed from directly inside your Link…

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Unfortunately nobody knows exactly when Google takes the disavowed links into account. It can take several weeks or even months. But we have also built the Boost tool that you can use to speed up the process of Google crawling your disavowed links.

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Google will take the disavowed links into account when they crawl them again. Unfortunately they will not provide you with a confirmation mail or email notification (They only give you a confirmation that you have uploaded the disavow file…

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No. As Google officially stated here , links that you cannot get rid of should simply be disavowed. This is the case for many Web 2.0-Links, Article Directory Spam, Link Directory Spam and of course Blog Comments. Of course Google wants to see effort…

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Currently you need one credit per 300 disavowed links/domains. Therefore it’s “cheaper” to disavow on domain level (recommended for spammy domains) than on page level. Where can I see how many Credits I still have? In the Dashboard you can always see…

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