Here is a 'stage mistake' most people make when trying to get their links indexed. creating an easy footprint for Google to damn their links and Site. (I learnt from experience) I had a set of powerful PROFILE links which i usually use to boost the Ranking of My sites(The links were so good that when i dropped them my sites always did a huge Jump) After using them on a Dozen of my sites all of a sudden, i couldn't get them indexed any more. I bookmarked, SB blasted, XR blasted the s**t out of them to get indexed. They still weren't . The things was most of the links were Cached, but no matter how i tried to get them indexed they never did. They just remained cached items. I did recon on all the sites to know if other linkbuilders have been spamming the lights out of the sites and consequently flagging the link-beds. But that wasn't the case. Out of Sheer luck i fell in line with the Problem. Each time after building links fromm these sites, i had a precise, "trackable" routine of indexing them. Unfortunately the Big G was able to draw a line on it without my knowledge. Each time after creating the profile links First i open a new account at Friendfeed, OR identica(or both)-Google Bot virtually lives on their timelines. I open up the accounts and just line the profile links up. Sometimes i'd open an account on Digg and bookmark them one by one. Each and everytime i lined them up in one of these accounts. Never knowing that i was creating a footprint. The way you try to index your links creates a footprint, especially when they are profile links, or Web 2.0 links. To prove that this was truly the case. I set up a dummy site, and built the same links to it. But in indexing them, i tried just 2 links per account. I used Senuke. So by arrangement no 2 similar links was sitting in one account. And Walaa within days they were both cached and indexed. So for most of you that patronize Angela profile links or the likes of it. Take extra care in how you index them. The reason why some of their packages become useless after a while may not be as a result of too many accounts being opened in too short a time, Overall OBL issues........ It may just be that everyone is trying to index their links in exactly the same why as the other guy and as a result we have a footprint, and everyone is flagged.