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I am looking for someone to help me remove backlink which are hurting my google ranking.
To do the job I need one following 3 options done for each negative backlink
Ask for Link Removal. This is the first thing that you should do when you want a backlink removed. Simply ask the editor to take down the link, and in the majority of cases the editor will be happy to do so. In fact, many editors will appreciate you pointing out something unnatural. Make sure that in your email you explain where the link can be found and what the anchor text is so that the correct link gets removed. You can usually find contact information on the website, but if not you may want to use a WhoIs tool to help you find the person who owns the site.
Ask for NoFollow. In some cases, an editor will not take your link down unless you pay them. If your company does not have the funds to pay the editors, consider asking them if they will set the link as a nofollow. This will help ensure that Google does not count this link when it comes time to analyze your website and rank the website on a SERP.
Contact the Writer. Talking with the freelancer you hired or company you outsourced to earn you backlinks is a great way to help get the problem solved. Many companies hire freelance writers to guest post or add useful information and links to forums. In many cases these freelancers will have logins or accounts on the sites where you seen an unwanted link. Go back to this freelance writer or outsourced company and ask them for help.
Go Social. This is usually the last resort for companies looking to get a backlink removed because many spam sites do not have social profiles (and if they do, the profiles usually are not managed). However, it doesn’t hurt to try and find social profiles and contact the editor through this medium if you’re stuck. After all, angry tweets or negative Facebook publicity usually gets an editors attention.