Should you ask Google to disavow your weakest links?

10/19/2012 | HubSpot.com

Google has created a "Disavow Links" tool for webmasters who want to improve their search rankings by getting rid of sketchy links to their sites, Corey Eridon writes. But this remedy for poor search engine results pages should be taken with caution as asking Google to remove a perceived low-quality link should be done after reflection, not as a reflex response, Eridon writes.

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