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[Case Study] 10 Tests w/Light Speed Indexer

Discussion in 'My Journey Discussions' started by Tosmekop, Apr 26, 2017.

  1. Tosmekop

    Tosmekop Supreme Member

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    Ladies and Gentlemen...
    As you guys know, I've been on a bit of a hunt for a WORKING indexing tool, as most of them honestly do suck. I'm not trying to be mean or put any one specific tool down, however, I do like to be honest with all my reviews. Here, I will be performing a semi-live Case Study, as I test the Light Speed Indexer software.

    Just a bit of background on me...

    I've been in the Internet Marketing realm for about 8 years. I've had many successes and I've had many failures. One thing I've never been afraid of, however, is some good, old-fashioned, hard work! IM requires it!

    Now that that's out of the way, I also want to mention that I've been doing SEO for a few years, as well, and have come a long way, from when I first began. I've learned how to rank keywords, over and over again. But... I've had to over-work myself, in order to rank. I've had to spend more money than what should have been spent, with regards to proxies, captcha codes, VPS costs, etc.

    A few years back, I learned about indexers. They're these amazing things that would allow the backlinks you create, to no longer be forced to wait until the search engines decide that they'd index the URLs. I fell in love!

    Over the years, I've tried many indexers, and have had great success with most of them, actually. However, time changes circumstances. Some tools will give you a 50% indexification rate, today, and tomorrow -- nothing. You'd be back at the 10% indexification rate you began with, prior to using any software.

    And that is the purpose of this Case Study. Recently, I tested (for two months) OneHourIndexing, after reading a seemingly informative blog post. The author of the post did manage to give the OnlineHourIndexing service some very high praises, claiming that his OneHourIndexing tests did very well. So much so, that the indexification rate was multiple times higher than all the competition.

    And so began my 2 month push, in hopes that it would work for me.

    What happened?

    Nothing.

    I signed up for the plan that allows for 1000 backlinks to be indexed, per day. Oh how I was so hopeful that it'd work. Nearly every single day, I delivered 1000 backlink URLs to the software and set the value to 0, so they'd be indexed right away (I know I shouldn't do it that way, but if it makes you feel any better, I didn't start off, doing that). Initially, I'd provide a list of URLs, and set the value to 20, so only 20 links would get indexed that day from that campaign. And then I'd do another one the next day, and the next.

    Well, after doing this for about a week, I returned to the Day 1 list of URLs, and individually checked each URL to see how many of them had been indexed. ZERO.

    This process basically repeated until we arrive to where we are, today. At this very moment, I can say with 100% honesty, that I don't believe OneHourIndexing caused a single backlink to become indexed. Needless to say, I wasn't very happy about those results. I feel like not only did I waste money (which isn't the bad part, as the monthly membership wasn't expensive), but more importantly, I wasted TIME.

    I value my time more than so many things in this world, and to have it wasted for two months straight... I'm not a happy customer.

    Moving on...

    Test 1 of 10 (375 Multi-Tiered Links):
    Welcome to my Case Study, in which I will be working with Light Speed Indexer, which is located, here.

    Previously, I've used an assortment of Indexing tools and websites.
    Most recently, I've been using OneHourIndexing, though I've tried PingFarm, Lindexed, Indexification, BacklinksIndexer, and a few others.

    While either not using an indexer or using one of the previously mentioned ones, I noticed that over time, my indexification rate would generally hover at around 10%, which means I'd basically need to put forth at least 5x the workload, for every campaign, to receive the results that I'd like to be getting. Not only is this costly (as it consumes money & resources), but it also takes time from campaigns I could be launching, elsewhere.

    One thing, however, that using such poor quality indexing services has taught me, is how to rank websites! So for this, I am thankful. You see, when you're being forced to do ~5x the workload, you begin to acquire a powerful skillset that you can rinse and repeat.

    My question is, what if I could do 1/5th the amount of work, while achieving the same success rate?

    Light Speed Indexer

    So here's what I just did...

    I had a campaign complete, containing a total of 375 Backlink URLs. None of which had yet been indexed. After 1 hour, 277 of these links have been indexed, successfully! Pretty freakin' awesome, in my opinion! So in just one hour, my indexification rate is 73.86%!

    For those of you that wish to follow along, I will run 10 tests of this software. Each test will be documented, in this thread. As of now, there is only 1 bad thing I have with regards to this tool. Remember, I want to keep things honest.

    At the time of this thread post, Light Speed Indexer has no API support for DeathByCaptcha. Hopefully this gets fixed. USA members may have a difficult time with funding a 2Captcha account, as I did, but was finally able to do it, using a VCC + Pay Pro Global.

    NOTE: I'm not doing all 10 tests at the same time, as I'm building links for a real website of mine, and I don't wish to do too much too quickly.
     
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    Hey goodluck on your hunt OP :) I think your on the right track really interested in following along! cheers
     
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    Good luck OP, Cheers.
     
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  4. Unavailable

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    good results, how much did you spend on captchas ?
     
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  5. Tosmekop

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    Thank you, but I'm really beginning to believe that my hunt may very well be over. This tool is working! Another update will be posted, this evening.

    Thanks, boss.

    I did notice that I spent $3.07 on 2Captcha. I believe it may be due to the low number of proxies I'm using, but perhaps not. To test the water, I've reached out to @deki33, and purchased some Proxies from his thread.
     
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    Test 2 of 10 (383 Multi-Tiered Links):
    Welcome back to my Case Study, in which I'm working with Light Speed Indexer.

    I've just had a new campaign complete, containing a total of 383 Backlink URLs. None of which had yet been indexed, as like the last time. I've run the URLs through Light Speed Indexer, and below are my results...

    After 1 hour, 281 of 383 links have been indexed, successfully! In just one hour, my indexification rate is 73.36%!
    This indexification rate is very similar to what was experienced, yesterday. Very impressive!

    As of today, I've got the following recommendations for this software:
    - Allow the use of DeathByCaptcha API, and perhaps a few other captcha-breaking APIs.
    - Allow multiple tabs to be used, with each tab containing it's own campaign.
    - Allow the drip-feeding of campaigns, so all links aren't forced to be indexed at once.
     
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    Great tests, but it would be nice if you would add updated index stats about the tests before on each update :)
     
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    Test 3 of 10 (330 Multi-Tiered Links):
    Welcome back to my Case Study, in which I'm working with Light Speed Indexer.

    I've just had a new campaign complete, containing a total of 330 Backlink URLs. None of which had yet been indexed, as like the last time. I've run the URLs through Light Speed Indexer, and below are my results...

    Another stellar run! In fact, today was my best!
    After 1 hour, 268 of 330 links have now been indexed, successfully! In just one hour, my indexification rate is 81.21%!
    This indexification rate is very similar to what was experienced, the other times. Very impressive!

    2Captcha Costs = $2.74

    As of today, I've still got the following recommendations for this software:
    - Allow the use of DeathByCaptcha API, and perhaps a few other captcha-breaking APIs.
    - Allow multiple tabs to be used, with each tab containing it's own campaign.
    - Allow the drip-feeding of campaigns, so all links aren't forced to be indexed at once.
     
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    Test 4 of 10 (447 Multi-Tiered Links):
    Welcome back to my Case Study, in which I'm working with Light Speed Indexer.

    I've just had a new campaign complete, containing a total of 447 Backlink URLs. None of which had yet been indexed, as like the last time. I've run the URLs through Light Speed Indexer, and below are my results...

    Another stellar run! In fact, TODAY is my NEW best!
    After 1 hour, 407 of 447 links have now been indexed, successfully! In just one hour, my indexification rate is 91.05%!
    This software is exactly what it needs to be, minus the suggestions I've made. Again, I still only have the same suggestions...
    This is truly an awesome tool!

    2Captcha Costs = $2.72

    As of today, I've still got the following recommendations for this software:
    - Allow the use of DeathByCaptcha API, and perhaps a few other captcha-breaking APIs.
    - Allow multiple tabs to be used, with each tab containing it's own campaign.
    - Allow the drip-feeding of campaigns, so all links aren't forced to be indexed at once.
     
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    In case you haven't seen this yet, this might be interesting for you @tymillz

    And good job OP, some great tests here.
     
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  11. Tosmekop

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    Test 5 of 10 (673 Multi-Tiered Links):
    Welcome back to my Case Study, in which I'm working with Light Speed Indexer.

    I decided to throw a slightly bigger campaign at it, so last night, I started a larger SEO campaign (I love my VPS) and when I woke up, it was finished. I immediately added all the links that make up this 5-tier SEO campaign. So today, we've got 673 URLs added into this indexer. None of which had yet been indexed, as like the last time. I've run the URLs through Light Speed Indexer, and below are my results...

    Another stellar run! No disappointments.
    After 1 hour, 592 of 673 links have now been indexed, successfully! In just one hour, my indexification rate is 87.96%!
    This software is exactly what it needs to be, minus the suggestions I've made, below.

    2Captcha Costs = $4.51

    I've added 1 more suggestion to the following recommendations for this software:
    - Allow the use of DeathByCaptcha API, and perhaps a few other captcha-breaking APIs.
    - Allow multiple tabs to be used, with each tab containing it's own campaign.
    - Allow the drip-feeding of campaigns, so all links aren't forced to be indexed at once.
    - Allow for checking the indexification of the URLs, directly from this software.
     
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    Hey OP I will suggest to wait 2-3 days before adding links to index in LSI, because I get like 90+% success rate.
    And other thing by my testing I feel like LSI use 0.01 $ for indexing 1 link.
    OP which tools are you using to create backlinks.
     
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    Nice thread iam following, i have a couple questions if you don't mind.
    What software do you use for backlink making.
    And how do you check your 400+ backlink if indexed or not .
    And is it important to index 301 redirect links ?
     
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  14. Tosmekop

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    I'll give it a shot. I'm always up for collecting more data. That being said, I do believe that there are many things at play, with regards to the percentage of successfully indexed links. And THAT being said, while 90+% is amazing, I'm not at all disappointed by the results I have been getting. This software truly is epic. But yeah, I'll keep in mind what you've said. In fact, I've got some campaigns I've saved from some weeks back that failed to yield any results with a different indexer I was using. I'll run those links and see what happens. That will be my next update (#7).

    For most of my link building, I use Money Robot Submitter. I know a lot of people talk badly about the software, but if you understand how to use it, it's extremely powerful, and the developers are constantly updating it and taking requests by its userbase, which is pretty awesome! Most of the people that I've noticed that do talk badly about MRS, don't actually use it. They're just recycling truths from 2012/2013. The software has well over 5k websites that it posts to, from wiki/social bookmarking/article directories/web 2.0's/etc. Not only that, but it's got a built-in (tier2) content generator and you don't have to use any proxies. All of that is handled in-house, and there are tons of other things the software can do, including the near update to add your own websites to the software, giving it access to post to a virtually unlimited number of sites. That update will be one of the very next ones to be released (devs are shooting for sometime this next week). Anyway, I've got no affiliate links on here, and I'm not trying to sell anyone on the tool. Just remember, like with all other link building software applications, it's all about HOW it's used. I've tried the other big ones, and I'm a very happy owner of MRS.

    To answer your other question, you can use ScrapeBox/Gscraper, but if you're low on funds, there are also some free solutions available. One of which (though it only allows you to check 100 links at a time, after creating a free account), is hxxp://stratage.ms
    There, you can use their Index Checker and check for your indexed links. On the top-right corner, there's an option to translate the page to English. I believe Japanese is the default. It's a bit slow, but it gets the job done.

    NOW BACK TO THE REASON WE'RE HERE..... THE CASE STUDY......
     
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  15. Tosmekop

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    Test 6 of 10 (353 Multi-Tiered Links):
    Welcome back to my Case Study, in which I'm working with Light Speed Indexer.

    I've just had a new campaign complete, containing a total of 353 Backlink URLs. None of which had yet been indexed, as like the last time. I've run the URLs through Light Speed Indexer, and below are my results...

    Another one!
    After 1 hour, 318 of 353 links have now been indexed, successfully! In just one hour, my indexification rate is 90.08%!
    It's intentionally been several days since my last update. Because of the accuracy of this indexer, I decided to slow things down, a bit. Mostly, this is due to the suggestion I've been making about drip-feeding, being added to the software, which I believe would make this link indexer an extreme powerhouse! I really hope my suggestions get implemented, as I honestly do feel that this will then be the absolute best indexing service available, as of 05/06/2017, hands down. Again, I've performed another indexing campaign on some links that I've built, and no longer am I shocked by the results. I have no doubts in my mind that when I submit my links, the vast majority of them will be indexed by the SERPs, as soon as possible.

    2Captcha Costs = $3.32

    As of today, I've still got the following recommendations for this software:
    - Allow the use of DeathByCaptcha API, and perhaps a few other captcha-breaking APIs.
    - Allow multiple tabs to be used, with each tab containing it's own campaign.
    - Allow the drip-feeding of campaigns, so all links aren't forced to be indexed at once.
     
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    how many of these are web 20 posts? I was wondering if all the links are from GSA ser?
     
  17. Tosmekop

    Tosmekop Supreme Member

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    I do use a healthy amount of Web 2.0's. I've tried GSA, but honestly didn't like it. It's just personal preference, as a lot of people swear by GSA. None of my links are built with GSA.
     
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    Looks like a great indexer..I will give it a try..