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Does RSS link indexing still work in 2017 for GSA links?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Gintas, Jun 13, 2017.

  1. Gintas

    Gintas BANNED BANNED

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    I got a lot of tier 3 spammy links that I need to index and I came up with this RSS indexing method, where you generate RSS feed with all these links, then upload it somewhere (e.g. free hosting), mass ping it and they should get indexed.

    1. does it still work in 2017?
    2. how many links can you have per single RSS feed file? I read somewhere it's 50k, but don't really believe it.
    3. can you add more links to a RSS feed file after you have pinged it? I'm thinking about making a custom software, that automatically takes these verified links from GSA, puts them in RSS feed file and reuploads it. So e.g. now we have 10k links, it would put them all in single RSS feed file then auto upload it to FTP. Then wait 2h, get new verified list from GSA, put new ones in the same RSS feed, auto upload to FTP again. And of course if last modified RSS file hits 50k link limit, then it would create a second RSS file and so on. But not sure if it's worth it.
     
  2. Shaunm

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    When not try it and let us know?
     
  3. xplosiv

    xplosiv Power Member

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    It works for a handful of links but putting all your links on 1 property just screams spam lol

    Not to mention that Google does have crawling limits and won't visit every single spammy link on a page either. I don't really get RSS feeds but from the little I've used them in IFTT rings that seem fairly useless for any SEO benefit. Besides, putting in any effort to index tier 3 links is a bit excessive IMO. Just leave them be and if they get indexed then praise the Google gods.