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Old 11-05-2016, 06:46 PM
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How to remove reduce spam score from moz?

I recently found that my blog spam score increased to 4. Anyone have some idea about analyst spam backlink or how to reduce the number of spam score?
 

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Old 11-06-2016, 09:47 PM
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If you have access to a good backlink checker then I would say to check what links are aimed at your website and see if there is someway to remove them.

It's unlikely you'll be able to remove them unless you can get in contact with the author or webmaster and ask for the removal.

You can also go use Googles disavow tool and add the links there that you don't want factored into your rankings.
 
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Old 11-06-2016, 11:52 PM
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I suggest you to refer this blog: moz(.)com/blog/spam-score-mozs-new-metric-to-measure-penalization-risk. This resource will help you to reduce your blog spam score
 
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If the spam score = 4 points, it remains at a safe level.
You hover over to point "spam score" and you will find the cause of your website being penalized.
When you see the cause, you rely on it to fix spam score.
 
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Old 11-07-2016, 02:48 AM
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I recently found that my blog spam score increased to 4. Anyone have some idea about analyst spam backlink or how to reduce the number of spam score?
Can you please reveal what spam flags are hatted to your website?

same thing happened to me as well.

my spam flags are as below
● Large Site with Few Links
● Low Number of Internal Links
● Anchor Text Heavy Page

So I am fixing the flags by building links, Internal Links And Reducing or Anchor Texts and Affiliate Links.
 
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Old 11-07-2016, 04:05 AM
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I wouldn't worry much about this metric... Is this by Moz?

I have this number even higher for some of my sites, but they all rank well and this factor is not affecting them.. If you haven't done any actual spam, then simply don't worry and forget about it

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I recently found that my blog spam score increased to 4. Anyone have some idea about analyst spam backlink or how to reduce the number of spam score?
 
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Old 11-07-2016, 07:14 PM
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I wouldn't worry much about this metric... Is this by Moz?

I have this number even higher for some of my sites, but they all rank well and this factor is not affecting them.. If you haven't done any actual spam, then simply don't worry and forget about it
I'm not sure, I did spam activities. However, every of us are working gray hate. right? That is why I concern about that. Thanks for advice.

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Can you please reveal what spam flags are hatted to your website?

same thing happened to me as well.

my spam flags are as below
● Large Site with Few Links
● Low Number of Internal Links
● Anchor Text Heavy Page

So I am fixing the flags by building links, Internal Links And Reducing or Anchor Texts and Affiliate Links.
My spam flags are as below:
1. Large site with few links
2. Small portion of banned links
3. Large number of external link

Any idea to fix it?
 
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Old 11-07-2016, 11:09 PM
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I suggest you to refer this blog: moz(.)com/blog/spam-score-mozs-new-metric-to-measure-penalization-risk. This resource will help you to reduce your blog spam score
Great link sharing. I read it and update myself. I don't know about it before so it is appreciable from me.
 
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Old 11-07-2016, 11:52 PM
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Great link sharing. I read it and update myself. I don't know about it before so it is appreciable from me.
Thanks peter... For your appreciation..
 
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Old 11-08-2016, 02:12 AM
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Don't worry dude.. It's not that bad, when I say spam, I mean "hard core" spam such as submitting thousands of backlinks from using a software such as GSA, or blasting blog comments on completely irrelevant sites with Scrapebox, and stuff like that..

If you did some manual link building, even if you submitted blog comments to some not-so-good sites, or created some useless Web2.0 properties, you're probably safe and there's nothing wrong with your site, these metrics don't mean much, it's just Moz's point of view..

While these sites might "raise" red flags for spam, it doesn't necessarily mean that they are spammy.. I have backlinks from HUGE authoritative sites and some of these backlinsk show as spam in open site explorer, that's why I'm telling you again, "use your common sense" and always ask yourself, could these backlinks occur naturally?

That's the ultimate question for Google, so long as it looks natural, and happens naturally, your chances of making a mistake are much lower.

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I'm not sure, I did spam activities. However, every of us are working gray hate. right? That is why I concern about that. Thanks for advice.
 
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Old 11-08-2016, 02:58 AM
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I think deleting the backlinks where spam score is high. Because MOZ tells the spam score for each backlink.
 
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Actually Spam score gives us an idea while building backlinks. The sites with higher spam score have much possibility of getting penalised so we should avoid building links there.
And yes, a good quality content on your site will surely decrease your spam score. Remove the poor content or replace it with fruitful content either.
 
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Old 11-08-2016, 07:16 AM
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If you read the Google Webmaster Guidelines and know you not breaking any of those rules then you are not spamming. Then again, who the hell reads rules anyways online or even the fine print.
 
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Old 11-12-2016, 01:27 AM
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Some my suggestions are:
- increase internal links for your site.
- use nofollow links for external links
- with bad backlinks, you could disavow them by using webmaster tool.
- after repairing spam core mistakes, you could submit new sitemap for google
 
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Old 11-16-2016, 12:40 AM
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I'm not sure, I did spam activities. However, every of us are working gray hate. right? That is why I concern about that. Thanks for advice.



My spam flags are as below:
1. Large site with few links
2. Small portion of banned links
3. Large number of external link

Any idea to fix it?
Perhaps you're right, but may be the website that pointing to your website start doing the spam things that impacting you as well. best solution is just remove them if you can else disavow them.
 
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Old 11-16-2016, 10:15 PM
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Perhaps you're right, but may be the website that pointing to your website start doing the spam things that impacting you as well. best solution is just remove them if you can else disavow them.
I agree with the opinion of this guy!

Hi Kimsea, sad to hear that you spam score is 4 but it is not bad and no need to worry.

Monitor your backlinks and remove the low-quality links.

Craft & publish quality content with internal links

No follow the untrusted outbound links

In the open site explorer, you will be able to see the spam score of the url that you have linked. Remove the ones that have high spam score. I hope it helps.
 
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Old 11-18-2016, 10:28 AM
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I recently found that my blog spam score increased to 4. Anyone have some idea about analyst spam backlink or how to reduce the number of spam score?
Having a high Moz spam score is not per se a huge problem. It becomes a problem if you actually do use spam and black hat tactics to build links. Google is pretty good at determining whether your backlinks are spammy or not. I'm almost completely sure they don't even glance at Moz metrics.

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Old 11-18-2016, 08:09 PM
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Actually Spam score gives us an idea while building backlinks. The sites with higher spam score have much possibility of getting penalised so we should avoid building links there.
And yes, a good quality content on your site will surely decrease your spam score. Remove the poor content or replace it with fruitful content either.
I never publish low quality content on my blog. Since 2015, I publish up to 3000 words length. How can I know google or moz think it low quality content?

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Hi,
My site also huge spam score with these following flags
Large site with few links
Low MoZ rank score
Ratio of followed to nofollow subdomain.
I saw on Moz, but what is the solution of that issue.
 
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Just build more quality backlink..
 
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Old 11-26-2016, 12:58 AM
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I never publish low quality content on my blog. Since 2015, I publish up to 3000 words length. How can I know google or moz think it low quality content?
I am also running a blog, 6 month ago i published a article. What happened ,author of article did commenting on various site as blind folded. Result i got spam score on moz, but its not means i did spam on my blog
 
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