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Good way to get my forum threads indexed?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by agent-x, Apr 10, 2012.

  1. agent-x

    agent-x Junior Member

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    I can more or less create forum threads at will and put my links in them, and they're absolutely on topic and relevant - the only problem is these forums are quite fast moving and only PR1 or PR2, so I can't be sure Google is always finding them. What's a good, simple way of ensuring the googlebot finds and crawls my forum links? I'm not talking masses of them, only a few per day.
     
  2. Scripteen

    Scripteen Elite Member

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    From what you said these are multiple forums where you post and include a link back to your site? To index these get a link indexing service.

    But if you mean you own these forums, Ping the sitemaps if your forum software creates sitemaps.
     
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    WizIMS Power Member

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    Build some backlinks to these threads.. no matter do-foll0w or PR, just do it ;)
     
  4. agent-x

    agent-x Junior Member

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    Thanks. Yes that's what I mean. I guess a link indexing service like the one in your sig would be great when I'm doing many per day but I'm building up slowly so only doing a handful at the moment, manually. So looking for suggestions as to where I could link these threads from, manually so they have a much better chance of being indexed.
     
  5. Scripteen

    Scripteen Elite Member

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    If they are a small number and are not likely to be deleted since they are hand written, on topic and informative then I'd send few social bookmarks to each thread/post and that will just get the job done :)
     
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    piscean Registered Member

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    Give it a profile and comment blast with XR and scrapebox. It will surely help in indexing.