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Getting backlinks indexed using rss feeds questions???

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by gooser898, Sep 13, 2010.

  1. gooser898

    gooser898 Regular Member

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    Hey guys,
    I have a huge amount of links that i would like to start getting index. As they are no help to me not being indexed.

    Now i have used the rss methods before with out much luck. Though i am not giving up just assuming i am doing something wrong.

    I have a couple of questions:
    1) what is the best amount of backlinks to have in 1 rss feed.

    2) what kind of links should i point to the rss feed?
    I have tried different kinds. Blog links, forum links and social bookmarking.

    3) Also are there anything else you think i should know?

    Thanks and REP to anyone that give me some advice
     
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  2. gooser898

    gooser898 Regular Member

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    anyone got any advice. please
     
  3. bosmolskate

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    How did you create your RSS Feeds? I would like to create RSS feeds for my static sites but have no clue where to begin
     
  4. gooser898

    gooser898 Regular Member

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    links2rss.com is an automatic rss feed maker
     
  5. spacer005

    spacer005 Registered Member

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    Don't quote me by far, but I have had good luck using scrapebox to make my backlinks an RSS feed. (250 urls per RSS feed) then I submit it with SENuke.

    Have had a lot better indexing results then just pinging.

    Hope it helps ;)
     
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    jeffnaz Registered Member

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    I know you said not to quote you....but :D can you provide a screen shot of the RSS XML Export settings?

    I like your idea because I have been using Ice Rocket manually and it's a pain so if you can share something briefly that's step - by -step with how to create an rss feed with scrapebox it would be appreciated. Mostly that I'm not sure how to figure out is the Link URL for the export? Am I just setting up a basic site where I can add the link to the page so it gets indexed when i ping it?

    i know there's a ton of threads for scrapebox inside BHW, but I'm using too much time trying to find this tutorial that's probably really simple.
     
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  7. blacat

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    OP, I assume your lack of success in indexing is the places you submit your RSS feeds.
    Basically, it seems that you are doing the right things... it just that you have to make sure that each "link" in the chain is doing what it supposed to do.

    I used to submit my RSS feeds with RSS Submit but noticed that it is not effective anymore... so I started to use one of the RSS aggregators that you need to fill the captcha and that was effective... so here are some RSS sites that you would like to check if they make a difference to you too: feedage.com, feedagg.com, feedlisting etc'
     
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  8. gooser898

    gooser898 Regular Member

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    thanks blacat.

    Ill try and submit my rss feeds to some other places.