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A link is sending spam traffic.
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A link is sending traffic to my site. Which I can bet is not from my niche. I don't know how it picked up my site but it is sending tons of spam traffic. The thing real worry for me is that if I get manual action or some sort of penalty for this link.

But the problem is that the link is no where to be found in the search console. How should I approach this situation?
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#2
If you are so sure about this link. Then add it up in your disavow list.

You don't necessarily have to find the link in search console. Although I am assuming here that there is an actual link present which has been verified properly on your part.
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Yes, that I have checked. The link is present in one of it's 'top best' page.

Anyway, thanks for the quick response.Smile
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@elliekushn I agree.

If indeed the link is alive then you can just disavow it. Otherwise, don't bother. Just filter out in analytics.
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If a link sending spam traffic. Then add it up in your disavow list.
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