Much of my almost 326 articles of my main account depended on SEO optimization. I even co-own a SEO company myself. But after the launch of the much feared 'disavowal links tool', almost 70% of my hubs have disappeared from Google.
I can't stand it. Google is stuck into quality, and has discarded any manipulation of the submitted content. I feel very dejected. My years of work is now a waste. I don't know how hubpages will recover from this lethal blow. Seems like the game is over for us.
From the link, a comment towards the author of that article...
"So what you're basically saying, Ed, is that if you built a spammy site and got loads of s**t links, you're about to be uncovered and sandboxed?
Well, good riddance and thanks for all the spaces you've vacated."
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