Published September 15th in Tools by Dan Virgillito

If you’re here, it’s likely that you already understand the need to audit your backlinks and disavow the bad ones. It’s also likely that you’ve gone through to do it, and you’ve reached the reasonable conclusion that it’s a lot of work. For a large enough site, it might even be akin to a full time job. It’s no wonder that we marketers, always looking for ways to automate processes, want to automate this as well.
There are basically three ways to handle disavowing bad links in your backlink profile. One of them is to do it yourself, one of them is to hire someone to do it manually for you, and one is to use an automation service.
Risks and Rewards with Automation
The premier link analysis and disavowal tool out there is Link Detox, by Link Research Tools. Their basic tool allows you to audit up to three unique domains and will audit up to 60,000 links, scanned from their network of link crawl indexes. It also comes with a bunch of additional features. They can prioritize express removal, give you link alerts, give you access to their link opportunities engine, link you up with Link Genesis, give you a history of disavows, and a bunch more. You can read…

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