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GSA SEO Indexer vs All other online services (indexification, linklicious, etc)

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by alvin.orrt, Feb 13, 2014.

  1. alvin.orrt

    alvin.orrt Regular Member

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    Did anyone try GSA SEO Indexer? If yes what kind of results do you get with it? What's the indexing rate? And how would you compare it with online indexing services like indexification or linklicious or etc...
    GSA Indexer is just $20 so if it works as well as GSA ranker does, then it would be a bargain at that price.
     
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    I use GSA indexer and it works well for me, I'd rather use an app that I own rather than pay a monthly license tbh ;\
    Fairly customizable and very effective, I like that is has both quick and full modes built in. Full your tier one and quick your tier 2+ (Y)
     
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    I guess that it depends what you want from the service.

    Instant link indexer is good, works as advertised, and has a nice polished UI, but there is also http://theincredibleindexer.com/ which doesn't have all of the "bells and whistles", but gets similar indexing rates, and only costs $25 per month to index 100k URLs (PER DAY!).
     
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    alvin.orrt Regular Member

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    How well does it work, what kind of indexing rate do you get and how fast do you links get indexed?
     
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    leonte Junior Member

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    all indexing services are just useless for monthly fees.
    gsa indexer is right solution.
     
  7. Skullator

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    Works well, like 50% index rate at 48 hours, and around 70% after a week or so.
     
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    alvin.orrt Regular Member

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    That sounds really good for a $20 one time payment. But have you tried to index like 10k or 50k links per day or just small amounts?
     
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    When we tested the GSA module, it used what they call 'rapid indexing' style links. These would be error pages, stat pages, etc. This isn't a good way to index links because those dynamic pages aren't linked anywhere so you get no boost. (You'd need to index the links to index your links for it to work :))

    There are some clear winners in the pinging/indexing space and I don't want to make this a post to slam other competitors. But run a test through two or three services of 1000 random links and actually check indexing rates. Then you'll see the clear winner. I'd be wary of services that haven't been around a while.

    As far as our tools are concerned, I think you'd probably prefer OneHourIndexing over Linklicious. I'd assume your volume is low and indexing is your primary goal. We typically get 60% indexing for a random mix of links and 80-90+% for higher quality links.
     
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    instantlinkindexer is one of the best i used so far
     
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    What's the cheapest indexer that works so far? Any suggestions?
     
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    ROTFL @ Linklicious. :D
     
  13. jamesbetfix

    jamesbetfix Newbie

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    I don't agree. Not if paying the monthly fee will save you time on the long run.