So say I want to point 10 powerful PBN links with exact match or "near exact" match anchors at a page of mine. I need to maintain an exact match anchor text ratio of 1%, 5%, 10% or whatever, depending on the source. Let's take the aggressive 10%. This means I first need to have around 100 other non-exact match indexed links. How do you get this amount of indexed links with a reasonable amount of effort? A few months ago, I ordered a diversity package for around $100 from the marketplace - checking it now, half those links don't even exist anymore and of the ones that remain, only a fraction is indexed. Using RankerX, I can create around 150 links on premium platforms, but after building a tier 2 and putting everything through an indexer, only a fraction of T1 links are indexed. PBN links are almost always indexed, and so are multi-page unique-content high-quality Web 2.0s, but creating 100 PBN or such Web 2.0 links just to be able to get away with 10 exact match links seems overkill. Or is it not? Would some kind people please share how they diversify their link profile before firing up the powerful links and, importantly, how they get those diversity links indexed? Thank you!