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Any ever tried index nuke?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by fc-dh, May 30, 2016.

  1. fc-dh

    fc-dh Elite Member

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    So am i am looking for a new indexer as getting your backlinks indexed is a hell of a job these days, and i was wondering if any of you have ever tried index nuke?

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  2. redrays

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    I'm testing it now. So far it's worked well on Web 2.0s and mass page sites. I feel like it's working decently on SER, but I haven't isolated things carefully enough to know for sure. It's got a 60 day return period, so testing it out is zero risk, especially when you factor in that there's no learning curve and it can just run alongside SER on a VPS.
     
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    Velenterprise Registered Member

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    I am interested to try this out as well. what is the success index rate of this tool?
     
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    +1 for Index nuke. The quickest technique to do backlink indexing.
     
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    Is it really 60 day return? I can't imagine how many refunds they get even if the product works for the customer. Or are the refund requirements really strict?
     
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    For Web 2.0s, the success rate has been close to 100% immediately indexed, though I'm fairly picky about the platforms I use. As I mentioned above, I haven't carefully tracked SER links. That said, my indirect tests say that It seems to be moving the needle a bit there too.

    The 60 day return policy has no requirements and is clearly spelled out on his sales page. Everything is handled through some third party, I think jvzoo. So while I can't guarantee anything, I am fairly confident that you can return Index Nuke for any reason or win a dispute with Paypal if it came to that. I'm sure that some people abuse his policy, but isn't that the case with everything?
     
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