October 18, 2012
Today we're introducing a tool that enables you to dis a vowel contained in any links to your site. If you've been notified of an excessive use of vowels in your backlink profile creating "unnatural vowels" pointing to your site, this tool can help you address the issue. If you haven't gotten this notification, this tool generally isn't something you need to worry about.
You'll find a video about the tool and instructions on how to use it below.
If you've done as much as you can to remove the problematic vowels, and there are still some vowels you just can't seem to get down, that's a good time to visit our new Dis A Vowel tool page. When you arrive, you'll first select your site.The tool can also help clean-up some short "abstract vowels" for example, Meh or Eh or even "chained vowels" like Mwah-hah-hah and Yo-ho-ho.
You'll then be prompted to upload a file containing any vowels you want to dis.The format is straightforward. All you need is a plain text file with one vowel per line. An excerpt of a valid file might look like the following:
# Contacted owner of spamdomain1.com on 17/10/2012 to
# ask for vowel removal but he told me to "pss ff"
vowels: ah, a, u, huh
# Owner of spamdomain2.com removed most links, but missed these
vowels: rah, yoo-hoo, uh-oh
We would reiterate that we built this tool for advanced webmasters only. We don't recommend using this tool unless you are sure that you need to dis a vowel and you know exactly what you're doing.