When Google rolled out it’s Penguin update to try to discourage sites from building links in an unnatural and spammy way Virante cheered. Virante’s CTO, Russ Jones, has long been a thorn in Matt Cutt’s side asking why spammy sites outrank real sites, usually with a dozen examples to go with his question.
With Penguin though, something changed. Google was not attempting to improve search results, they were only trying to clean up web spam. As websites started dropping in the search results they had to come to the realization that those links they built in 2009 in that directory we no longer just lame, they had become a problem.
Penguin is a good idea, but there was no way for a site owner to evaluate what links were helping them and which ones were hurting them. Virante’s phone started ringing off the hook. After about a week of talking to distraught businesses they decided to make a tool that could help any site owner feeling the effect of the Penguin update.
Remove’em is a professional link removal tool designed to help you check, evaluate and remove links that Google may deem suspicious.
There are 2 main parts of Remove’em that are revolutionary. First is the algorithm that can automatically white list the safe links and rank non-white listed links. Second is the contact database that is already filled with 8.4 million email addresses that can make contacting site owners a breeze.
If you want to give it a try, you can use the discount code gwc10 for 10% off.