Inbound Mail, this is how to do it:
>I am emailing on behalf of
>Following a recent drop in our rankings
>we have been reviewing all of the links to our
>site and have decided to try to
>remove any that could possibly be marked by Google
>as unnatural. Whilst this isn’t suggesting
>that your link to us isn’t natural we just want to
>be as cautious as possible.
>Would you be able to help us by
>either removing or adding a
>nofollow to any links you
>have to us?
>This is what we found linking to us: –
>Please let me know if you are able to
>help us with this and what we need to do to get
>the link removed.
>Thanks in advance
>Time: February 27, 2014 at 5:43 am
IP Address: logged
Second time I’ve had that, so yes, the link was removed.
In 2009, that was the company’s viral image, and it got a ton of mileage. A few years later, the deep links, I guess, are not as welcome.
Have to wonder, any relation?
Uptime = 99.73%
Independent, third-party reporting. Works for me.
Holistic, Integrative Astrology —
the astrofish.net way: