Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by eriq123, Mar 28, 2012.
Is this service legit? how much time does it takes to index links normally with this service?
I have heard great things about this service.
I've used it for a while and have had no complaints. That said its a crawling service not an indexing service.
crawling doesn't affect to indexing?
Well, just because something gets crawled, it's not always indexed, but at least Google then knows it's there.
thanks a good sign
I just signed up. I haven't seen a rank increase, but that's due to the new panda update. If you buy a lot of backlinks this is probably worth it for you. they have a free version you can try too
Am using it, its if you are doing link blasts
I recommend the paid version, I used the free version with very little results.
I like it alot for my link building, I also use drip feed links and get a bunch of extras included for using both.
To me, linklicious is highly recommended service if your doing alot of backlink for multiple sites!
Linklicious is great! I have been using the free version and if you add a couple of sites at a time it works pretty good. I used it for all my new posts for a while and posts were indexed pretty quickly after a few times.
If you need a lot of links crawled/indexed then I suggest getting the paid version.
i use the free version and a little disapointed with the result
Linklicious blows. Don't waste your money.
They can't even rank for "linklicious" on Google... so, how good could they really be?
I have had numerous clients lose ranking after stupidly signing up to their free service.
You have no fucking idea what you're talking about, that much is obvious.
They were penalized, for reasons that I'm not sure about, but which were definitely related to the deindexing of the HPS blog network. HPS doesn't appear on the SE's either now, and neither does dripfeedlinks.
Your clients didn't lose rankings because of you stupidly signing up for linklicious, they lost rankings because of you using linklicious to index all of your scrapebox blog comments, which is what I assume you did, judging from your reply.
I sincerely doubt linklicious is responsible for that
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