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Hi Rashmeet, Thanks for asking this question. First of all, we would like to guide you with the exact usage of the Google Disavow tool. This tool only ignores those low-quality links pointing to your site. Disavow tool is essential to protect sites against spammy, artificial, or low-quality back links pointing to your website, basically when if you can not get these backlinks removed, then you should disavow those links.
Read this Google disavow tool usage guide: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/2648487
It is not just about the ubbersuggest tool, you can use any of free or paid tools, for example, SEMrush or Ahrefs. These tools also provide low-quality links. If you really don't want to see them then you should contact those website owners and proceed to remove your links from their particular domain.
Google Disavow tool only lets you tell Google to ignore/ not to count specific links for ranking purposes.
See Q&A With Google’s Matt Cutts: https://searchengineland.com/matt-cutts-qa-how-to-use-google-link-disavow-tool-137664
FAQs schema and Off-Page activities both are different things you should not mix up them. FAQs schema is part of On-Page technical SEO, whereas activity outside of your website and contributing to your ranking is considered an off-page SEO. You can do some off page SEO activities, For example: Guest Posting, Web 2.0, Social Media Sharing and so on
Only schema can't help you in achieving good results. Link building activities are also playing an important role in ranking.
There is no other way to display FAQs in SERP. You will have to implement the right FAQ schema to display your questions and answers in Google SERP.
Visit this link for implementing FAQs: https://developers.google.com/search/docs/data-types/faqpage
For a basic understanding, you should read this blog once. https://neilpatel.com/blog/faq-schema/
This blog will help you, how FAQs schema exactly works and how it helps in SEO ranking.
We hope this information clears up to you.
Nofollowed link is hyperlink with a rel=“nofollow” tag.
Nofollow link will not send any additional link signal in SEO rankings (not to count a link) for the destination URL because Google does not transfer link juice/PageRank or anchor text across them. In fact, Google is not crawling nofollowed link.
It helps in website traffic: Most of the Social network sites such as (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, etc.) gives nofollow signal but it helps to built-in website authority/ branding and increasing website traffic. Best-known use for nofollow attribute is to prevent blog comment spamming. If the NoFollow link is coming from a big website like Quora, Wikipedia, Facebook chances are a bright that number of people going to see your link and some might visit your website through the link as well. Here, your NoFollow link will work as a Traffic source and if your website is getting a good amount of organic traffic, then ultimately your search engine rankings will be improved.
SEPT 2019 update on "Nofollow" tag - What it says
Note: rel="nofollow": You can use relation nofollow attribute for cases where you want to link to a particular page but don’t want to imply any type of endorsement, including passing along ranking credit to another page. This nofollow tag will be treated as a hint about which link to consider or exclude within Search. Nofollow will become a hint signal as of March 1, 2020.
Reference page, visit - https://webmasters.googleblog.com/2019/09/evolving-nofollow-new-ways-to-identify.html