Link Auditing: Removing A Penalty From an Old Domain

More than several years ago now, some of my closer colleagues will remember our old domain name, SEOgadget had been subjected to a directory submission blast. Two, in fact. The domain had been submitted to around 2,000 adult website directories (sigh), and a batch submission to Directory Maximiser. This is known as “negative SEO” and […]

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Forum Spam – A Practical Guide

If you’ve landed on this page hoping to find tips on enhancing your forum spam strategy, I’m afraid you’re out of luck. This guide is intended for those poor souls tasked with cleaning up the aftermath of a merciless spam campaign that has plastered your lovely domain across countless hell-holes of the internet with all […]

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Let Me Back In! The Re-inclusion Process From Start to Finish?

Today’s short, and particularly sweet post comes at the end of an epic link removal mission for a site that approached us after they’d been hit (badly) by the Penguin update. For those of you who have never seen a Google Webmaster Tools re-inclusion request acknowledgement, straight up decline and eventually, a “positive” – here […]

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Adventures in Link Removal – Slides and Webinar Recording

Wednesday afternoon witnessed the very first SEOgadget webinar – discussing the subject of link removal. A huge thank you to everyone that joined us, we had a really good time and of course huge props to Oli Mason for putting together such a brilliant presentation. The reason behind wanting to discuss this topic was that […]

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Adventures in Link Removal – Join Our First Webinar

Since launching the link clean-up and contact tool, we’ve been receiving quite a few questions about our approach to link removal. As such we thought we’d hold a webinar dedicated to explaining our ‘link clean-up and removal’ process. We’ll be explaining everything from why we are spending time removing links and how we are going […]

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So Your Site’s Been Penalised? Now What?

Google’s war on spam has left quite an impact on the SEO industry of late, with last week’s Penguin update leaving swathes of web masters taken totally by surprise, running to the forums to make their complaints. While “white hat” SEO can start to look smug, innocent bystanders have been caught in the cross fire. Let’s imagine […]

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Stop Paying for Terrible Links [& How to Check for Low Quality Links]

This is an older, albeit interesting blog post. If you’re interested in a better, more up to date method to audit and remove links, take a look at this post. If you have a problem with your link profile and search engine rankings, get in touch with us or take a look at our services […]

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