By Michael Rough
Link Removal Campaigns Suck
Let’s face it, the process and time it takes to identify, categorize and contact site owners can be a down and dirty nasty business full of brick walls, dark hallways filled with redirects, and shady characters with slightly damp trenchcoats offering link removals for only $2…
Perhaps your journey into the dark world of link removal is a nasty revisit of SEO campaigns past, where for only $10 you could get a thousand links. Maybe its the remnants of desperation while living on page 8, looking for a quick ranking fix, and not caring about tomorrow.
Whatever your situation, I’m here to tell you that all is not lost. When faced with a massively negative link profile there is light at the end of the tunnel, and if you play your cards right, and pay attention you just may find some diamonds in the rough that make the effort pay off in ways you never thought possible.
Whatever you do, don’t try to game Google by submitting a blanket disavow file and then withdrawing it. You can roll the dice and play the odds, but like Vegas, eventually the house wins and you get Cutts.