Get Google to Spider and Credit Your XRumer/ScrapeBox Backlinks

I would say less than a month and fairly consistent at that but add a week during Google dance.

filmy

Well, I didn't mean a SERP move of the main site or the target of the backlinks, but rather each individual backlink itself.

For instance, if I setup (just picking a number) 500 backlinks to be run tonight, would I expect to start to see some of those indexed in 3 days, a week, 2 weeks, etc....

By indexed I mean purely that, in Googles search index as checked by SB or manually.

Basically I'm trying to establish how fast Google's crawler begins looking into sites reported by the Toolbar, so that I reasonably know when to start expecting to see the links in the index.

SERP movement is way beyond the scope of this conversation. I didn't expect you to speak on that as it's going to be different for every backlink in every niche ;)
 
Well, I didn't mean a SERP move of the main site or the target of the backlinks, but rather each individual backlink itself.

For instance, if I setup (just picking a number) 500 backlinks to be run tonight, would I expect to start to see some of those indexed in 3 days, a week, 2 weeks, etc....

By indexed I mean purely that, in Googles search index as checked by SB or manually.

Basically I'm trying to establish how fast Google's crawler begins looking into sites reported by the Toolbar, so that I reasonably know when to start expecting to see the links in the index.

SERP movement is way beyond the scope of this conversation. I didn't expect you to speak on that as it's going to be different for every backlink in every niche ;)

That IS what I meant...

Less than a month. I've seen some of these pages -- usually with higher PR get indexed in days while others take "less than a month" or should I say "close to a month."

In other words, there seems to be no rhyme or reason that I can find EXCEPT that the more POPULAR the site is based on Page Rank and maybe even Alexa Rank (even though this can be skewed) the faster the indexing.

While some urls will still take MONTHS to get indexed for whatever reason.

And I should make note about the Toolbar... There are MANY different opinions about whether or not the Toolbar actually indexes pages visited by the browser. Hell, even Matt Cutts says it does NOT. But when asked for a DEFINITIVE ANSWER as to whether it does or not, he said something like, "I can never say Google does X." Or, in other words... He dodged the question.

Myself and myriads of others have tested the Toolbar and for me personally, the reason I know it works is because on one of my sites about 2 years ago, I logged into a section of my site not protected by username and password however, there were NO LINKS to that page ANYWHERE -- I made sure of that. Yet one day when I did a search of my domain's indexed pages in Google I found that page and several others that were never linked from or to any other page anywhere on the net. The only thing that I had done is visit those pages from typing the urls into the browser with the Toolbar installed and enabled.

That caused me to make several tests with new sites just to see if they would get indexed and what urls would get indexed by just visiting said site with Toolbar installed and enabled. With very few exceptions, all the urls visited with the Toolbar were indexed in less than a month.

I just thought I would mention this before someone started telling me that the Toolbar doesn't index urls. Of course I cannot say with certainty that it indexes every url it visits but my testing has shown ME that it does a index a very high percentage of them.

filmy
 
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I'm not debating the viability to the process. Heck I went a rented a VPS to try it - so you might call me the biggest beleiver at this point. I understand the specific mechanism of action or MO of the process and it's logical.

Thanks for the replies.... :D
 
1 month is a lot of time. Better than nothing I guess.

Well, it comes down to putting another "link" in the chain - and that's important. RSS feeds, Splogging, and now Google Toolbar feeding. You can never have too many methods to index your backlinks....

I will be doing a stand alone test tonight and post results as they come, but either way, for $14 - I now have a third layer of indexing support. Let's face it, I generate hundreds of thousands of links a day - I can't turn them all into RSS feeds or splog them all ;)
 
may be a good method when done on regular basis. but won't help much in longrun imho
 
Well, putting 1790 non-index forum posts generated by XR in the list... let's see what happens.
 
@Filmy

Thank you so much for sharing this tidbit. I am really curious to see if this works.

@G0D0VERY0U

Looking forward to your little experiment. Please keep us updated!
 
Or, use SB's ping mode to send fake traffic to your backlinks and set delay to Random?
 
Or, use SB's ping mode to send fake traffic to your backlinks and set delay to Random?

What would pinging your own back links from your home box via proxies do for you? Let you know their server is still up, lol.

No, seriously...
 
What would pinging your own back links from your home box via proxies do for you? Let you know their server is still up, lol.

No, seriously...

Lol no. Ping your backlinks from other URL - there are gazillions of them. If your backlinks are on high traffic sites, it will be picked up by Google almost instantly.

That's what works for me!
 
i am going to try this over the weekend i have about 30K or so unindexed links.

I have been waiting patiently for about 4 months for them to index but i have had no luck i ran them through seNuke RSS feed but still no luck i am going to try this for all 30K over the weekend on my work computer and i will see how many get indexed.

will post my results here.
 
A very good method.

But how about IP? Does't need to use proxy? I am afraid that google will banne ip
 
Lol no. Ping your backlinks from other URL - there are gazillions of them. If your backlinks are on high traffic sites, it will be picked up by Google almost instantly.

That's what works for me!

By "other URL" I assume you mean the sites automatically setup for pinging (meaning just ping your sites as we all know it to mean) or am I still misunderstanding what you are getting at?
 
DAY 1 Results:

Started with 1790 Forum links (not profiles) that are all on PR 2-8 domains.

9 indexed.... That's no better than the normal crawl rate that I normally get doing nothing to my links....

Outlook: Remain optimistic, but now am beginning to doubt. Other indexing methodologies normally produce substantial and measurable results in 24 hours or less.

Theory: The toolbar submitted URL backlog may be enormous, and thus it may take more time for the URL's to be crawled. If there isn't a substantial increase in the indexing rate by the end of the weekend, I'd pronounce the theory DOA.
 
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