Google Completes Migration of Disavow Link Tool to Search Console
Google has announced that it is migrating Google disavow link tool to improve the interface of the search console.
What is Disavow Link Tool
The Disavow tool is a tool that prompts Google not to count spam links.
The Disavow tool was sought by the publisher after Google’s Penguin algorithm was updated because Google’s Penguin algorithm was a link algorithm. And after launching this algorithm, the sites with spamming links were punished. After this, the publisher waited for the next algorithm to be updated, after the launch of this tool, it gives a signal to Google so that spam links are not counted.
Disavow Link Tool Improvement
Google reported that it has made three new improvements to the popular tool.
- Improved interface
- Download a disavow file as a text file
- Error reports for uploaded files are no longer limited to 10 errors
Today we’re completing the migration of the Disavow links tool to the new Search Console interface 🎊
✅ Improved interface
✅ Download a disavow file as a text file
✅ Error reports for uploaded files are no longer limited to 10 errors
— Google Search Central (@googlesearchc) November 17, 2020
Google also Update Disavow Tool Support Page
Google has updated the support page of the disavow tool to add additional information.
If you upload a pure ascii txt file, it works.
If you upload a utf-8 file (the one I got exporting disavow file from a popular tool), it gives “unspecified syntax error” pic.twitter.com/i6g6golmJM
— Matteo Giannone (@matteogiannone) November 17, 2020