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According to John Mueller of Google, website owners should not worry about negative SEO attacks involving malicious backlinks.

The profile of the site 's back links has grown from 2,000 returning domains to more than 12,000 in the space of a month.

Unless one of their articles became viral. and thousands of natural links, it is a fairly obvious attempt at negative SEO.

It is likely that someone creates a large number of poor quality links in order to damage the reputation of the site, or even to trigger it. a Google penalty.

The owner of the site declares to have disavowed the domains but can not follow all the new links.

@JohnMu Looking for some Help me. Our website is becoming a "bombed backlink". We went from 2,000 repository domains to more than 12,000 in one month.

Disavowed and proven domains, but difficult to follow.

What is the best plan of action?

– The warned couple (@TheSavvyCouple) February 17, 2019

So, what can they do?

In short, the best thing to do is to do nothing, says Mueller.

"I would ignore them."

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Google has systems to ignore these types of links.

In other words, somebody wasting time building all these links

I would ignore them .. Someone was wasting time with something that our systems usually ignore :).

– John 🍌 (@JohnMu) 18 February 2019

So, if this happens to you, do not waste your time fighting all the malicious links.

Google recently published a 30-page white paper detailing the types of systems Mueller refers to.

Google has gained a great ability to defend its search index against spammy practices, such as: that attempts to manipulate the ranking of searches, whether positively or negatively. 9010]

You can read my brief summary of the 30 results. document page here .

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