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Well yes, it tries to clean up all the links you placed. Of course this will only work for platforms where an account was created. Basically it logs in, removes account if possible and if not, removes articles, blog posts and profile data where possible.
This should be useful for future updates of our "beloved big brother G." where it turns out to have a different percentage of anchors or remove links completely from a certain platform.
Sven, does this also send the updated sites to the indexer services we use, so the missing links are found not to be there quicker by google?
That way it will help speed up recovery from any penalty we are trying to recover a site from
@Mike, yes this will be possible in the future, though for now you can just do that by project edit->select engines where you think the unwanted link exists->start project with status "Active (D)".
@LeeG no, didn't thought about this as I saw it as a waste of resources getting a site indexed with no link on it. I thought G. will spider it soon enough anyway and realize the link is no longer there.
@idreesfarooq yes, but only the same way as described before.
1. duplicate project (everyhting, not just options/data)
2. delete all verified urls you want to keep from the duplicated one
3. enable all engines / turn to active (remove links) / start
4. at the end do a re verify in original project and remove those who do not verify