Have you ever imagine about your content going viral having spammy links? Do you think you need to worry about them. Then the answer is No according to Google.
A question was asked from John Mueller over Twitter that if we should disavow the spammy link from a viral content. John reverted “no need” to do that.
The Question was
My company recently went viral with a news article, and naturally, that gave us a lot of links from large newspapers around the globe. However, tons of spam sites with no traffic or backlinks also started linking to us. Should we disavow?
John’s Response on this:
Checkout the Tweet for more:
— 🧀 John 🧀 (@JohnMu) July 6, 2021
You're extrapolating too much. I didn't say that no links matter. If your site has paid links it's good to fix that regardless of who put them there, or when that happened.
— 🧀 John 🧀 (@JohnMu) July 7, 2021
Google elaborates this since long that you not need to worry about spammy links of your site as it can tackle these spammy links in a way which does not degrade your site & ignore those links.