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Backlink Energizer - Working? Reviews?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by acotut, Nov 14, 2011.

  1. acotut

    acotut Elite Member

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    Thinking of buying backlink energizer? Anyone else have it?What are your toughts on it?
    Is it working?
    Your backlinks gets indexed fast?
    How fast they get indexed??

    Please let me know :)
     
  2. boosters

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    Never use of this plugin cause i don't have nulled version :D

    If you want to read genuine review than you must go to Warrior Forum, may be they will say truth or any experienced member of this forum can say truth.
     
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    I've been using Backlink Energizer for a couple years now and definitely haven't had any issues with it. It's real easy to set up, and basically it's just a good plugin to push out backlinks onto your own network. I use it on a different site from my money sites, but it works consistently and they update it about every 8 months to a year since it truly does run on its own.

    It's a cheap purchase for something that keeps chugging along so you can work on getting more backlinks to feed it. I originally was using BIE (Backlink Index Express), but since that one only feed from Ezine Articles, the posts definitely looked spammy and Blogger and Wordpress were always shutting my sites down.

    With BE, you choose your own feeds, they give you a fresh supply too, but the manual shows you how to find feeds that are in your own niche so you can keep your network looking original.
     
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    acotut Elite Member

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    How fast your backlinks are indexed after beeing energized?
     
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    Ranko Jones BANNED BANNED

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    This depends alot on the type of backlinks.

    When I first got it (just after 1st panda) energizer was easily able to chew thru even profile links but since second panda on its own it won't make a dent on them now.

    Same with AMR links but otherwise it's a great tool.

    Be warned tho customer support is prob the worst I've ever dealt with. Good program but don't expect any help when/if you buy it.
     
  6. acotut

    acotut Elite Member

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    So it isn't good for indexing now,anymore?
    What works now to index backlinks faster?
     
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    You can still get indexed, but it also depends on how old your network is that you set it up on. Mine's two years old now so it gets crawled frequently so the BE links get picked up very quickly and indexed. I've noticed that Alexa is also picking up those links that get put under the 'Reputation' link on their site.

    If you're creating a new network, that's gonna take a little bit longer.

     
  8. Typlo

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    I have a friend who runs a part time link indexing service using just backlink energizer. He'd probably be the best one to ask.

    To be honest, it's frustrating because the quality of the indexer also relies heavily on the quality of the link. If you're spamming scrapebox links with little to no content, you can probably see an increase of indexation of perhaps 3-5 percent out of 1000 total links.

    If you're indexing articles or forum posts, your job is ten times easier. But then again, that sort of defeats the purpose of it in the first place. If your links are already getting indexed pretty well, having backlink energizer is a bit of a waste.

    Just keep in mind, you need a powerful server to run it. At least a dedicated or a VPS would be nice. You will be running cron jobs on like 15-20 different web 2.0 clusters at a time. The data and bandwidth needed is quite high.
     
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    I am running it once an hour from a free host,and the bandwith looks good.I'm trying to index all kind of backlinks,from article directories and press releases to web 2.0 profiles,but nothing worked so far...
     
  10. Ranko Jones

    Ranko Jones BANNED BANNED

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    I think the quality of the link thing kind of defeats the purpose of using it at all. If the quality of the link were that good you wouldn't have to use anything else to index it as it would index on its own!

    Having said that BE can give medium links the push they require and it can also be one of many things in your arsenal you throw at profile links which require everything under the sun to index.
     
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    Damn,any other sollution beside scrapebox mass blasting to index bLinks? I don't afford scrapebox at the moment,and the panda kinda fucked me up...
     
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    Its not the lazy mans tool for success - Ill be honest. Its for those interested in putting in a little upfront effort for longer term gains.

    what if you setup 20 of these these - 10 for indexing links and 10 for indexing the blogs you use to index links

    the bandwidth and cpu useage stats are not high at all - we ran tests with peter at hostwinds to see where a vps cracked. At 40 installed Energizers we never hardly moved the needle on BW or CPU or Memory - banging 24 posts a day mate. So your hosts are pussies if they scream about Energizer - they just dont want you using any of their precious over sold resources. Tell then to cut hte bullshit and give you what ya paid em for or move energizer off that host.

    When it was first released web 2 s alone rocked the indexation but google is shunning web 2 sites now until they get their shit together. You gotta build some links to the web 2 blogs energizer psots to at the beghinning - but then other scammers and spammers will pick up the rss off your web 2s for content - especially if your using our feeds or good ones - then all your web 2's start getting links and authority and g bot keeps a crawlin. That used to take weeks to get HOT web 2 sites indexing - now without help it oculd take months.

    build a set of energizer installs that do nothing but constantly build links TO your other energizer web 2 and shwp blogs - and scrapebox the snot out of all the web 2 and shwp blogs that energizers post to for a while.

    After a bit you'l have a hands freee network of many sites - some even get PR - that you can turn into pages for direct $$$ site links later.

    Dont be lazy and cheap - put in the work or ... just keep paying the shitty indexing services your hard earned money for jack shit ...l
     
  13. jb2008

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    I gave up on energizer for a variety of reasons. The idea was nice but if you're building lots of profile links you will need a lot of resources to get through any reasonable volume of links and successfully index them. Now that co.cc domains are deindexed, you have to get your own domains. Really, web 2.0's will ban your ass in the end if you're going through enough links. I once set up and customized 100 wp blogs only to see most of them deindexed after the co.cc update. Shared hosting will have a fit if you're running cron jobs as frequently as you need, so you really need your own VPS (I use task scheduler and wget). Before the panda update I saw an increase from near 1-2% natural index rate, up to 20%. After panda, it's not worth it. In the end, this spells the beginning of the end for profile links, in my opinion.

    If you have a big list of 100,000 working profiles, at least half of them will be private. So 50k. At the very least, half of those will not have any anchor text, so you got 25k. Out of 25k, after just 2 weeks, your success rate will half, so 12.5k profiles. Out of those, maybe 20% will be PR3-10. So You've got 2,500 viable anchor text links. At the best, let's assume you can index 20% of these. You've got 500. Forum mods remove half of your profiles over time (stick rate). Now you're left with 250 links.
     
  14. StarSurfer

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    Hi Sputnik11

    Do you mind clarifying some of the stuff you mentioned. I am busy trying to do exactly as you suggest.

    You mentioned:

    "build a set of energizer installs that do nothing but constantly build links TO your other energizer web 2 and shwp blogs"
    this suggests to use Engergizer to build links to Web2.0 and SHWP blogs, do you mean post not build links.

    You mentioned

    "and scrapebox the snot out of all the web 2 and shwp blogs that energizers post to for a while."
    How does one do this carefully without getting your new Web2.0 sites sand boxed?

    Thank you
     
  15. prats2992

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    The indexing rates of my links have increased by more than 50%,

    I would highly recommend it.