How to manage poor-quality links? Google

If your site is receiving lots of low-quality incoming links, and believe that having poor-quality incoming links over time might harm their site's Google ranking. “Remember that this isn't something that Google can do for you; we index content that we find online, but we don't control that content or who's linking to you. Or you as a webmaster don't […]

If your site is receiving lots of low-quality incoming links, and believe that having poor-quality incoming links over time might harm their site's Google ranking. “Remember that this isn't something that Google can do for you; we index content that we find online, but we don't control that content or who's linking to you. Or you as a webmaster don't have much control over things like who links to your site. You do, however, have control over many other factors that influence indexing and ranking. Use a website testing tool to figure out what gets you the most readers, or the biggest sales. If number of poor-quality links is manageable, and/or if it looks easy to opt-out or get those links removed from site that's linking to you, it may be worth it to try to contact the site(s) and ask them to remove their links. If you want to make sure Google knows about these links and is valuing them appropriately, feel free to bring them to our attention using either our spam report or our paid links report,” explained Google.