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Disavow damaging backlinks: Local SEO
Disavow damaging backlinks: Local SEO

Google does a pretty good job of making sure that what other sites do won't discredit your SEO efforts. However, sometimes you might find an incoming link from a spam website, or you may have explored some paid link-building options that you need to undo. If you find a link that you do not want associated with your business you can disavow that link.

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Q: This course was updated on 08/30/2017. What changed?

A: The following topics were updated: identifying your top keywords, researching local keyword modifiers, optimizing page speed, setting up Google Search Console, creating a Google My Business page, outfitting your local listing with content, using the Google My Business interface, and securing reviews on Google and other sites.

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