How many times should Google disavow tool be updated?

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I mean, is there a time-frame?

If I find spammy links coming to my site after every two to three days, is it OK to update the disavow file; at least if i can't remove them in any way at all.

What if I update the file every day? Is it bad? Will Google penalize my site for doing that?

I hope you understand that most of the times we get links we don't control and we just can't remove them even if we try in every possible way.

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  • Profile picture of the author ketul
    There are no any issue with your site ranking. I suggest that create a large database of that kind of back links. Find everyday bad back links and generate report and submit it while you have large database.
    It is best of you that save your time.
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  • Profile picture of the author strangersoccer
    yeah you are right it will penalize your website
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    That disavow tool is the funniest thing Google ever built.

    Each time you use that tool your basically telling Google your trying to game the SERPs by sculpting backlinks.
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    • Profile picture of the author TrustedSEO
      Originally Posted by yukon View Post

      That disavow tool is the funniest thing Google ever built.

      Each time you use that tool your basically telling Google your trying to game the SERPs by sculpting backlinks.
      What you've said is silly.. Think with a broad view on things.

      OP,
      You can update your disavow file as often as you'd like. To make Google find and crawl your disavow file faster, I've found that by submitting the links I'm disavowing to a premium indexing service -- does the trick.

      If you don't try to get your disavowed links crawled by Google, then you're just hoping that Google is going to find and use your disavow file.

      I've seen several of John Muellers videos, where he states that it could take up to 6 months, for your disavow file to show an impact.

      I believe why he says it could take up to 6 months, is because Google manually reviews disavow files upon a MAJOR algorithm refresh, such as penguin/panda.

      But like I said, you can take matters into your own hands.. Get those disavow links REINDEXED, and CRAWLED.

      Thanks,
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      • Profile picture of the author yukon
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        Originally Posted by TrustedSEO View Post

        What you've said is silly.. Think with a broad view on things.
        People that don't build links, don't care about links so they won't be using a disavow tool.

        Apparently Google is smarter than some link builders. No need to go looking for link schemes when folks will confirm the links & deliver them to you (disavow tool).
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        • Profile picture of the author TrustedSEO
          Originally Posted by yukon View Post

          People that don't build links, don't care about links so they won't be using a disavow tool.

          Apparently Google is smarter than some link builders. No need to go looking for link schemes when folks will confirm the links & deliver them to you (disavow tool).
          What about negative SEO? What if your site has received a negative seo attack? What if you've purchased an expired domain name? What if you've hired an SEO company who done shitty work?

          I could think of a MILLION reasons one would need to implement the disavow tool.

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          • Profile picture of the author yukon
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            Originally Posted by TrustedSEO View Post

            What about negative SEO? What if your site has received a negative seo attack? What if you've purchased an expired domain name? What if you've hired an SEO company who done shitty work?

            I could think of a MILLION reasons one would need to implement the disavow tool.

            Greg
            Again, all things that only a link builder would care about.

            A webmaster that doesn't care about link building wouldn't know to look for a disavow tool or that links could even be a problem. It's a tool used by people sculpting external links.
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            • Profile picture of the author paulgl
              Funny thing, google says go big or go home. Either disavow like a madman,
              all in, or it's useless to them. They want to see BIG TIME disavow...

              I don't know where to go with that...

              They want you to do the work for them. That's funny....just like the nofollow failure.

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