[New Feature Alert] Create A Separate Disavow File For Each Of Your Sites

Tim Soulo
Tim is the guy responsible for marketing and product strategy at Ahrefs. But most importantly he’s the chief evangelist of the company. Learn more about Tim

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    Back when we first released the “Disavow Links” feature in Ahrefs, we only allowed you to create a single disavow file that would equally affect all websites you have in your Dashboard.

    This was obviously a wrong approach and quite shortly many of you guys asked us for an option to create a separate disavow file for each site.

    And last week we have finally did that!

    Separate Disavow File For Every Site In Ahrefs Dashboard

    We absolutely enjoy it when a new feature that we add is being noticed by our customers before the official announcement.

    This means that we did something that people will actually use.

    So here’s a tweet we saw the other day:

    Yep, from now on you can have a separate disavow file for each of the sites in your Dashboard:

    disavow-files

    As you can see on the screenshot above, I have only a single disavow file for my personal blog “bloggerjet.com”.

    And once I click on a small “pencil” button in the right column, I see the actual list of domains/URLs that are present in this disavow file:

    disavowed-links

    (Actually this is a “dummy” list on my screenshot, because I didn’t see any bad links pointing to my blog.)

    So that’s pretty much it!

    Hope you like this upgrade of your Disavow Tool and as always — feel free to reach out to us with any other feature requests (or pretty much any feedback) that you may have.

    Tim Soulo
    Tim is the guy responsible for marketing and product strategy at Ahrefs. But most importantly he’s the chief evangelist of the company. Learn more about Tim

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