how to recognise bad links

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Russ1982Russ1982 England
edited April 29 in GSA Search Engine Ranker
Hi guys and gals 

I was wondering is there way of knowing if GSA SER if producing bad links and if there is a way of filtering them out. I'm using Grindlists.com at the moment as a feed 

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    DeeeeeeeeDeeeeeeee the Americas
    Accepted Answer
    There are a number of lists out there that cite "bad web sites."

    I don't know if these are one and the same as "bad links" you mention but u can goto Options>>Filter and add filter lists here.  U can even change how often the lists update, keeping yourself up-to-date down to the hour. :)

    Hope u guys are having a nice Sunday! If it's sunny in ur part of the world, do some hiking, friends! :)
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    Russ1982Russ1982 England
    Thanks Deee , 

    Went hiking yesterday in the uk and under estimated the sun. Now looking like something from a lobster shack.

    I was Wondering DEE I'm looking at trying to create some .fr links and was wondering if you knew a good tutorial or the healthiest way to build them on gsa ser 
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    shaunshaun http://shaunmarrs.com/ - The Ultimate Resource For Free GSA Tool Tutorials!
    First you have to define what you class as a bad link as definitions will change person to person.
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    DeeeeeeeeDeeeeeeee the Americas
    edited May 19
    "Went hiking yesterday in the uk and under estimated the sun. Now looking like something from a lobster shack."

    Great to get outdoors!  :p That sucks abt the sunburn.

    I have done that at the beach at the shore.  Just too sunny and breezy to leave...then life is painful. Try fresh aloe vera. Get a plant, cut a leaf, use the gel!! :)

    "I was Wondering DEE I'm looking at trying to create some .fr links and was wondering if you knew a good tutorial or the healthiest way to build them on gsa ser "

    If, for this project, you are seeking .fr backlinks only, that can be done easily with filters in SER.

    GOTO Project Data>>Options>>[✔] Skip sites with the following words in URL/Domain

    and add !.fr!.de   etc...

    The ! is actually a logical 'if and only if' so anything u don't add is skipped, including instead of ordinarily excluding at this prompt.

    I *think*?!?!  :o Unsure if you can add additional entries on  single line. Anyone? ;)
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