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Finding Links

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Bl0_oEyeZ, Oct 14, 2011.

  1. Bl0_oEyeZ

    Bl0_oEyeZ Newbie

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    Hi there,

    This may be a real noob question, and I have searched on the forums, but I dont quite know how to ask the question. So here goes...

    Things like Linklicious, allow you to paste a list of links from your sites that you want to be drip linked or however you say it.

    Now my question is, whats a quick way of scanning my site for every link on there, and then just copying the whole list and pasting it to linklicious etc

    Thanks in advance :)
     
  2. Poppa Rotzee

    Poppa Rotzee Power Member Premium Member

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    You need to put the links your building FOR your site in linklicious, not your site itself. Make sense?
     
  3. vicky00

    vicky00 Regular Member

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    the service you mentioned , is used to index your backlinks, ..because if they are not indexed they will not help you..
    n if you want to index your website then no need to buy them you can easily index your website......
    just go to IMTALK n use their website submit its 100% free..
    if not cleared you can ask !
     
  4. Poppa Rotzee

    Poppa Rotzee Power Member Premium Member

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    ^ Sorry, but that is horribly inaccurate information. Links don't only help you if they are indexed, they start helping you as soon as they are crawled. Google has many databases; e.g. Indexed, crawled, cached, images, etc. once google crawls your links, they are put in its crawled database and it starts helping.

    Do you NEED google to index your links? No, is it good? Yes, what you NEED is for google to CRAWL your links. Thats when they start working for you.

    So, like everyone else said, you have your links, right? Now....take those and run them through www.linklicious.me and it will ping your links. This lets Google know these backlinks exists, (Other wise they may sit in oblivion and do nothing for you) once google knows they exists they will start adding juice to boost your SERPS.

    Now, once google adds these links to its crawled database, and they are helping your SERPS, it will then take some of these and add it to its indexed databased, these will, in this context, be super charged links boosting your SERPS.

    Some people tell you to spend all this money trying to index ALL of your links, but in our studies this doesn't prove to be cost effective. Its better to spend money on more links and get those crawled so that they can boost your SERPS.

    Google will then naturally (and for free) index a portion of your crawled links, helping boost your SERPs even more. Make sense? We've posted many case studies in the forums about this.