Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by BlackhatseoLux, Mar 3, 2018.
What is the best Backlink indexer in the market?
Google sumbit url ?
I use GSA SEO Indexer works very well.
Its not working..................
i am trying from last 3 days, but no one link is indexed. Even blogger is not indexed.
Read this https://www.blackhatworld.com/seo/indexing-with-submit-to-google-the-end.1012563/
Submit to Google no longer as effective
onehourindexing.co Is the best tools for index backlink
no its not ............. i purchased pro plan and i got zero results. its processing is also too slow.
100% agree bro I'm also trying to index my links no one is index in google so what we have to do? which can be effective for instant indexing instead google submit url
Keep trying............... Hum honnge Kamyab ek din ek din dil m h vishwas
Sorry for the new question...
But why are you indexing backlinks? Surely they will get picked up automatically?
Isn't it your own site that you want to index via Submit to Google
Guest Post on Blog
is an idea
I've been using a tool called "G-Indexer" but it requires lots of proxies if you're looking to index a lot of backlinks, but has a high index rate.
1 hour indexing, never had any success with it. Tried it twice in the past 2 years.
Hi, how does it work regarding proxies? Thanks
Review you backlinks & submit again. use drip index
GSA SEO indexer
I have been hearing great things about backlinksindexer.com, though I still believe social bookmarks are the best method because Google crawls these sites very often and the links boost the power of the backlinks you are trying to index.
Indexing is really taking a long time lately. And urls are not even of web 2.0s! Is this what we call Doomsday?
First of all, indexing really depends on content quality. If the content quality is low, and the page doesn't have any backlinks to it, why would G index it in the first place? A forum profile on a DA 1 website, with no content apart from user name and link, will hardly get indexed.
The best way to index links, in the long run, is to build backlinks to that link. I use two approaches for this:
Blog commenting with the link I want to index
Expired/Indexed Web 2.0 blog -> New post with some text and links I want indexed in it. -> Test if indexed, and when it is -> remove backlinks from web 2.0 to remove footprint
Social bookmarking/Social signals (you can even use followlike for this, but it can be time consuming if you have many links to index)
I really don't use any indexing service, but almost all of my tier2 links get indexed and, more importantly, have some link juice powering them.
Purchase a second tier for 5$ of any high da website
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