- Jun 28, 2012
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A Free Crowdsourced Disavow Files Tool that Brings Disavowed Link Data to Light
DisavowFiles lets webmasters and SEOs make better-informed decisions when creating their own Google disavow files, vetting sites, and more. Here are the top features for members.
Access Crowdsourced Data: Joining DisavowFiles enables you to upload your own Google disavow file into the database and then access tools and information available only to participating members. Each member contributing a little builds up a service that benefits all.
Research any Domain: The Domain Look-up tool lets you quickly check any web domain for basic disavow data. While the public version of this tool provides limited data, if you're a member you can use this tool to see:
- How many times your site has been disavowed by others in the database
- Number of external backlinks pointed at your domain
- Number of referring domains pointed at your domain
- Trust Flow measurement for your site
- Citation Flow of your site
- Alexa rank
Know When Your Site Has Been Disavowed: If any of your web pages appear in an uploaded Google disavow file, the system informs you. A Disavowed Pages report lets you see the specific page URLs that were disavowed. (Note: No identifying information can be provided about which site uploaded the disavow file. Per our Privacy Statement, participant data remains anonymous.)
Know Which Sites Linking to Yours Are Disavowed by Others: When a Google disavow file is uploaded, the system checks to see whether its disavowed links are found among your site's backlinks. The Disavowed Links report lets you access this list anytime. Knowing which backlinks have been disavowed by others lets you red-flag them for possible disavowal for your own site.