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Can unindexed pages help me rank my site?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by annguyen, Apr 15, 2014.

  1. annguyen

    annguyen Newbie

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    Hi guys,

    I did search the forums but couldn't find a proper answer so I really need your help.
    Can unindexed 1st tiered links help me rank my site? Or do I have to build some 2nd tiered links to help them get indexed? I've waited for 3 weeks after I finished 1st and 2nd tiered link building but few of 1st tiered links get indexed now.

    Thank you,
     
  2. psychosimo

    psychosimo Regular Member

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    Short answer : NO
    you need to index the backlinks in order to get the juice :p unidexed means that the search engine doesn't know about these backlinks its like if they are inexistant , so ping your backlinks in order to get them indexed :p
     
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    Thank you so much! So many things to learn
     
  5. tb303

    tb303 Power Member

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    not indexed does not always mean google hasnt seen the page/link though
     
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    prlinkssale Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    No Use With unIndexted Pages..
     
  7. cyclope

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    As psychosimo told above, you can ping those unindexed backlinks in order to get them indexed so that they become useful as backlink resources.
     
  8. accelerator_dd

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    If you go ahead and build some tier2s, the tier1s will get indexed more naturally - that's what I recommend you do.
     
  9. oxonbeef

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    If you're coming to the meet on Friday we can have a debate on this one.
    Would it be seen natural to link to a property that isn't indexed? How did you find it?
    I've thought about experimenting with building links to un-indexed properties.
    What if the newer link indexed before the older property, how would that affect?
    I've got another theory on reverse tier linking that I want to put to the test as well.
     
  10. accelerator_dd

    accelerator_dd Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I won't be able to come this time - holidays so I have to be around, but next time for sure!

    Well... it all comes down to either letting Google know if you own the domain (submitting a sitemap), or letting it index the links "naturally" - which by the crawler's definition is: when you crawl a page, get a list of inner links and external links, check if we have them in our index

    If we do: Check if the content has been changed (if so, is it duplicate/whatever/linking out/<random content factor we don't know)

    If we don't: Does it qualify (is it unique) to be indexed, other analysis for relevancy/KWs/whatnot

    There is a 3rd way that used to be popular and way more effective than these days - Pinging. By definition:
    A protocol dedicated to aiding people let search engines (or any platform that holds indexes of content/links) know when new content is available for the index.

    And it's not just Google using this mechanism either. Every backlink checker out there is doing the same thing - using each of these methods to index links... only difference is, they don't care about content per say, just links pointing to other pages.

    I actually coded my own crawler that does the same as above for some personal use, and when doing so, these were the only ways I could figure out to get links in my DB. I might be wrong or missing something though (social, real time indexes for custom sites to name a few).
     
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  11. Linking World

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    It will be totally waste of time and energy if your blacklinks don't get indexed. You will not get any help for ranking
     
  12. wisdomkid

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    a dead man can speak for a living one.. SO any link that is not index is dead and can't push your website upward in SERP, you need to boost them Up.
     
  13. rMendeZ

    rMendeZ Newbie

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    NO.

    I advise you build Tier 2 (or even Tier 3) links then try to use indexing services to force the Big G to index those Tier 2s and 3s. This way your tier 1 will get indexed naturally & powerfully since link juice from the created tiers passes on.