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Harder to get links indexed?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by omida86, May 19, 2011.

  1. omida86

    omida86 Power Member

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    Is it just me, or has it become much harder to get links (forum profiles, blogs) indexed after the panda update?
     
  2. cloakndagger

    cloakndagger Power Member

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    I see a decent steady amount being found in yse everyday to be honest.Wether they are worth much is a different question.I have seen no drop or movement with panda 1 or 2 in fact the serps for my keywords hasn't moved since the update.
    There will be a golden nugget that triggers a climb,there always has to be,it's finding it.
    Google have probably overcooked these updates.
     
  3. omida86

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    What methods do you use do get ur links indexed? BIE?
     
  4. dragonrage01

    dragonrage01 Power Member

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    I don't even want my links indexed, people keep stealing them.
     
  5. proximate

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    Since the Google "Panda" update a lot has changed.

    Google has moved the playing field and simple text links are almost counter productive, Pyramid linkbuilding is no longer worth the effort but Contextural Links will get you an almost immediate SERPS improvement.

    Most of the backlinks you will be offered today will be either, simple text on blog profiles or blog comments.

    Tens of thousands of both can be done in 24hrs using Scrapebox, and because of that Google is now giving simple text links less weight in SERPS.

    If you watch the latest video by Matt Cutts, Google's own guru, you will learn that contextural backlinks now have the most value.

    Contextural backlinks are links placed inside an article or blog post that are in the context of their surrounding text, so they look natural.

    For example an article on firefighting might have links to a firestation URL. These are quite time consuming to create and invariably need an image to get maximum Google juice.

    For anyone planning to create backlinks I recommend you to take 3 minutes to watch the Matt Cutts video on autoseosystem-dot-com

    If you recognise the change he speaks about. then afterwards use their FREE software to create some contextural articles embedded with your own URL.
     
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  6. prismkuet

    prismkuet Registered Member

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    I want my links get indexed. So I need to know what is the best method.
    Thanks in advance.
     
  7. Sky Knight

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    How do you index them ? Pinging alone won't help anyway.
     
  8. jerzydawg

    jerzydawg Supreme Member

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    If you want to get links indexed, let Google find them naturally. If you ping them, you have a chance of getting delisted or sandboxed. This has happened previously with users submitting articles through AMR and pinging all the links only to find their site delisted few days later.
     
  9. Ranko Jones

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    I call bullshit on that 1stly because pinging alone won't even do shit to help them getting indexed.

    I've been using linklicious for week and hadn't noticed any improvement in my indexing, even with the paid basic version.

    Respectfully, it sounds like you are spouting hearsay.