Google detected Unnatural Links

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Hi everyone. I was so frustated when google send e an email that announce "
Google Webmaster Tools notice of detected unnatural links to Agen Bola Terpercaya | Agen Sbobet 338a | Taruhan Judi Bola | Togel Casino Online"

I do SEO oN PAGE,BUT i NEVER BUY A LINK.And now all my Keywords lost serp position and dissapear.I try to email back,2 weeks already stil not get a reply from "g"....:confused::confused::confused: Can hear a solution from u guys?appreciated it.
#detected #google #links #unnatural
  • Profile picture of the author Hansons
    You should check your backlinks and remove those links which are unrelated links, which would help you a lot, also you need to use multiple anchor texts so that it would look natural.
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  • Profile picture of the author Lena Williams
    Check your backlinks through Open Site Explorer and check from which sources you have acquired the backlinks so far. You will become sure about "unnatural link" situation.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
      See your signature for one of the problems
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      • Profile picture of the author smodha
        Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

        See your signature for one of the problems
        Your signature is a violation of Google ToS. It's way too optimized.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ndot India
    Try to check your backlinks using Google webmaster tool. Then you can easily track your un-natural links.
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    • Profile picture of the author HanifQ
      Hi Betberry, Google Webmaster Tools will report a list of backlinks pointing to your site...

      Look at these backlinks and try to identify these:

      1) Free Directories (many free directories show up in 'unnatural' link profiles)

      2) Links on pages that are not related to your content (for example, your link appears on a page that is a completely different, unrelated topic).

      I'm assuming you didn't use blog networks or purchase sidebar/footer links, so I didn't put them in the list.

      After that, contact the sites to see if they'll remove the links. If you can't get them to remove it, use the Google Disavow Tool which you'll also find in G Webmaster Tools.

      Sometimes its better to just start a new domain and build links slowly and naturally...that is if you can't get a site to recover after a period of time.

      All the Best,

      HanifQ
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      • Profile picture of the author robingg14
        Isn't there some tool called the Google Disavow link tool? I haven't tried it, but I hear it works. But proceed with caution as you are basically announcing to Google that you have bad backlinks!
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        • Profile picture of the author HanifQ
          Yeah the Google Disavow tool should only be used after you've made some effort to get the links removed...

          And its best to use the Disavow tool to report these types of links:

          1) Free Directories (except for the human moderated, high pagerank ones)

          2) Sidebar/Footer links on low quality blog networks (where you see machine generated content that doesn't read well and lots of outbound links on the homepage)

          Other than that, its probably not a good idea to report too many links to Google using this tool.
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      • Profile picture of the author betberry
        Originally Posted by HanifQ View Post

        Hi Betberry, Google Webmaster Tools will report a list of backlinks pointing to your site...

        Look at these backlinks and try to identify these:

        1) Free Directories (many free directories show up in 'unnatural' link profiles)

        2) Links on pages that are not related to your content (for example, your link appears on a page that is a completely different, unrelated topic).

        I'm assuming you didn't use blog networks or purchase sidebar/footer links, so I didn't put them in the list.

        After that, contact the sites to see if they'll remove the links. If you can't get them to remove it, use the Google Disavow Tool which you'll also find in G Webmaster Tools.

        Sometimes its better to just start a new domain and build links slowly and naturally...that is if you can't get a site to recover after a period of time.

        All the Best,

        HanifQ
        Thanx Haniv,i" tryin to do within ur advise.
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      • Profile picture of the author betberry
        Originally Posted by HanifQ View Post

        Hi Betberry, Google Webmaster Tools will report a list of backlinks pointing to your site...

        Look at these backlinks and try to identify these:

        1) Free Directories (many free directories show up in 'unnatural' link profiles)

        2) Links on pages that are not related to your content (for example, your link appears on a page that is a completely different, unrelated topic).

        I'm assuming you didn't use blog networks or purchase sidebar/footer links, so I didn't put them in the list.

        After that, contact the sites to see if they'll remove the links. If you can't get them to remove it, use the Google Disavow Tool which you'll also find in G Webmaster Tools.

        Sometimes its better to just start a new domain and build links slowly and naturally...that is if you can't get a site to recover after a period of time.

        All the Best,

        HanifQ
        Dear HanifQ ,After using Google DISAVOW tOOL then i try to report them again and i recieve :
        "Dear site owner or webmaster of BETBERRY.COM,
        We received a request from a site owner to reconsider betberry.com for compliance with Google's Webmaster Guidelines.
        We've reviewed your site and we believe that some or all of your pages still violate our quality guidelines."

        Exactly can escape till now.3 weeks and 2 days after penalties.Suckss.
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  • Profile picture of the author blhunt
    I just this thread just spam.
    Check his signature -_-

    but to answer the question. You can check it via Open Site Explorer and remove that link.
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  • Profile picture of the author betberry
    SIGNATURE ?? I think everyone use it.What is the diffrences?But th anyway,guys.Especially blhaunt, DIZ IS NOT SPAM.
    Have u ever have an experience with my case? almost 8month my keywords strongly at first.Now its dissapear.wHY after 8 months google send me a sh#@ unatural links??
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  • Profile picture of the author ShivJaiswaL

    generally, Google takes 4-5 days for reconsideration reply. Don't get panic just wait for few more days or else send one more request. Use disavow tool provided by Google webmaster tool because it really works specially for such type of cases.

    Good Luck !!
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    • Profile picture of the author betberry
      Originally Posted by ShivJaiswaL View Post


      generally, Google takes 4-5 days for reconsideration reply. Don't get panic just wait for few more days or else send one more request. Use disavow tool provided by Google webmaster tool because it really works specially for such type of cases.

      Good Luck !!
      thanx for the advise,i tryin use google disavow already.2 weeks already bro,not yet come back.:confused:
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  • Profile picture of the author jaisonjohn
    Once again cross the back links for the website using webmaster tools and submit the same in the disallow link option and performing quality back link submission to ensure that you are not penalized. Only list out high page rank quality websites for submission to get better results and can remain safe from getting penalized.
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    • Profile picture of the author betberry
      Originally Posted by jaisonjohn View Post

      Once again cross the back links for the website using webmaster tools and submit the same in the disallow link option and performing quality back link submission to ensure that you are not penalized. Only list out high page rank quality websites for submission to get better results and can remain safe from getting penalized.
      TX John,and once again it didnt work til now.
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  • Profile picture of the author chandan_dutta
    Once I read a guide about how to send the consideration request properly. (forgot the name though).

    Anyway, the main points was - you really need to show Google that you tried your best to clean your site. If you have sent emails to webmaster to remover the links, let Google knows about it. Accept your mistake and tell them this won't happen again. I mean, just proof yourself that you really worked. They just don't consider request so simply.

    Anyway, sorry to know about your site. I know how it feels :-(
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