I checked my domain on google and find that it's in some tacky looking directories and SEO analysers. How did this happen? How can I get rid of them if I think they're poor quality? Webmaster Tools says I can disavow them? Is there an easier way? Anyone had experience of this?
Those types of sites simply "pull" information on any site. Kinda like a dodgy version of Alexa or Quantcast I guess. It just means you don't have any good enough good information about your site on the web.
Hey thanks for reply, appreciate that. So they're completely harmless? And I don't need to do anything?
I don't know the technicalities of it but I think they work like search engines - just pulling info when you request it. So no, pretty sure they're not harmful.
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