(HOW) Can We Speed Up the Disavow Process? Jim & Ann Show

by Jim Boykin
There was a talk recently on whether it is possible to speed up the Disavow processing time. Google representative John Muller said that it is recommended to use Domain Directive as much as possible, so instead of using URLs, you should be disavowing the whole domain when it’s possible. While that recommendation may be useful to some extent (Don’t disavow useful / trusted dom ...Read the full article

How to disavow bad links: Is there a way to make the process faster?

http://www.internetmarketingninjas.com/blog/search-engine-optimization/speed-up-the-disavow-process/ Disavow document tells Google which links you don't want them to sound in their algorithm. It's often needed when a site gets hit by Google Penguin or Google manual Penalty. It is also recommended to do pre-emptive backlink audits and disavow if you want to avoid a penalty. It takes months to see the effect of your Disavow document submission, so it's a popular question to ask: Is there any way to speed things up? Google representative John Muller said that it is recommended to use Domain Directive as much as possible, so instead of using URLs, you should be disavowing the whole domain when it's possible. While that recommendation may be useful to some extent (Don't disavow useful / trusted domains though!) it's not exactly speeding up the processing time. It may be saving your personal time on creating the Disavow process but that shouldn't be read as speeding up how Google is processing the document.