Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Mayas, Mar 30, 2011.
How RSS submission and pinging help in back linking?
just bought scrapebox.
You can build all the backlinks you want, but their value will be limited unless you get Google and the other search engine spiders to FIND the links (i.e., "index" them). RSS submissions help with indexing the links. Pinging is supposed to help as well, although I personally believe the value of pinging is less than what it once was.
Hope that helps...
Thanks great explanation
but why people always says RSS Submission can help in link building, can u clear this confusion
For example u can create 100 backlinks, but it can take about month to find em for google, with rss submission of this 100 backlinks google will find em within few days and u will get juice to ur site faster, thats why "rss submission can help in link building" :scratchch
It tells the search engines to look at that page and analyze it, in theory your backlink will get indexed quicker then.
I'm loving this thread since I'm going to buy scrapebox tomorrow.
Glad to see you guys getting SB. Instead of posting a new "how do I use SB thread" in the next few days, I highly recommend you take time to read through this thread:
once again thanks.
It helps Big G index your backlinks quicker.
Is there software to harvest only RSS Feed url's out of a site?
Creating backlinks doesn't do any good unless Google finds them and INDEXES them.
Unfortunately, it doesn't index spammy looking backlinks even when it finds them, which is why pinging is not as effective as it used to be.
RSS makes the links look a bit more legitimate, but it's still not a guarenteed way to get the backlinks indexed.
Another thing you can do is send backlinks (like more SB links) to your other backlinks. This will make google even more inclined to index them.
That's not a true statement. I shared a case study with Linklicious users a month or so ago of one of my sites that's ranked with zero indexed links. You can rank easily with just spammy, unindexed links.
On the other note, RSS feeds aren't very useful unless you build links to them. Pinging links is very useful.
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