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How do I remove unnatural links?
#1
I worked too much to make dofollow links, after some time I found my site's ranking is being dropped. Now I want to remove these unnatural links. I used the disavow tool to remove these bad links but I think to disavow tool does not work.

Suggest me another way to do this job effectively that works but except contact to website owner or webmaster?
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#2
There are two ways if you are owner so you can delete them yourself or you can your google Disavow tool as well but this will also belongs to webmaster tools. Well Webmaster is not a bad option for keeping your site sound and safe there is no harm to take help from them. Or if the problem has reach to it's limit so you may need to delete your website , but it's better to use two ways you already know the website owner and the webmaster.
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#3
Hi Friends,
Here are 4 steps to remove bad backlinks for your website:
-Identify your bad links (you'll find how exactly from this article).
-Search for the contact information of the website you have the link on.
-Contact the webmaster asking him to remove the link.
-Disavow the links and upload the file to Google.
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#4
Unnatural links are artificial links mainly intended to manipulate a page's ranking. These can include purchased links or links created by scrapers and spammers that attach themselves to your site under the radar and potentially link your site to another in a bad neighborhood of the internet
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#5
First choose the backlinks you have tagged to remove and then click on 'With selected' – 'Disavow domains'. It will create a disavow report with all the backlinks that contain the 'remove' tag. With the report, go to Google Disavow Tool and simply upload the file
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