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Having a hard time getting my backlinks indexed

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Dropdown, Apr 28, 2011.

  1. Dropdown

    Dropdown Regular Member

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    So I'm building my own Link Pyramid for my main site at the moment, but the bad part is I can't get my backlinks indexed fast. It's been almost two days but none has been indexed so far. These links are all on high PR web 2.0 links and I have put them in different RSS feeds which I submitted multiple times, I have pinged them a few hundred times. I used the rapid indexer add-on in SB, but still no result.

    Anyone got any tips for me?

    Thanks in advance.
     
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    Dropdown Regular Member

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    Anyone?
     
  3. chinmokuyuuki

    chinmokuyuuki Junior Member

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    You are almost doing the same as me.

    1. Ping BLs individually [Check]
    2. Create Feeds & Submit [Check]
    3. Ping Feeds [Check]

    The above is usually enough to get 50-60% of me backlinks indexed.

    However when that fails you could add:

    4. Create feeds out of the feeds and ping those [Check] (You could use linklicous.me for this)
    5. Social bookmark feed(s) [Check]

    My personal favorite however is creating an xml feed and add it to my site in the footer. This way the links will get indexed more gradually. However you seem to stress the 'fast' part a lot.

    Personally I dont think step 5 is worth it. My usual index routine is simple:
    1. Ping Bls individually
    2. Create feeds and ping those feeds
    3. Create feeds out of those feeds and ping those.
    4. Add 1 master feed to the footer of my website hosted locally.

    This routine is something I do on a weekly basis which takes me about 1 hour to complete and gets 50% off my BLs indexed within 2 weeks.

    [Dutch]
    Offtopic: Leuk om ook eens wat nederlanders te zien op BHW.[/Dutch]
     
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    Dropdown Regular Member

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    Thanks a lot! This really helps me out

    Nog een Nederlander, haha. Zijn er best veel hier op BHW.
    (translation: Another Dutch Guy, haha. There are quite a few on BHW)
     
  5. poosc

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    Yes take chinmokuyuuki's advice but with some links you can leave them o get indexed naturally, only if they are in a place that gets crawled frequently!
     
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    ^ What is this crap?
     
  7. Initial Effort

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    You may try indexbear, ping, backlink energizer, nuclear link indexer or RSS feeds.
     
  8. balsagoth007

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    ^ What is the problem ?
     
  9. Ranko Jones

    Ranko Jones BANNED BANNED

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    This is relevant to my interests also.

    I have been blasting away but it is all for naught if they don't get indexed.

    I'm giving linlicious a go- it's saying my links are getting crawled but I dunno if they are getting indexed yet.

    Someone on here said 'licious is 'next to useless' now. I dunno yet. Maybe someone else could say.

    I'm interested in what difference mass bookmarking makes as if it makes a considerable difference I'd def be interested in investing in bookmarking demon. Any give insight on this point?
     
  10. syek1

    syek1 Regular Member

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    I blast the hell out of my links with tens of thousands of blog comments. That usually speeds up the indexing process