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How do you index profile backlinks....Sorry I know it was asked

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Marcink99, Feb 8, 2011.

  1. Marcink99

    Marcink99 Power Member

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    First of all I am sorry for making some 1000000+ thread with same question but I just cant figure it out.

    Before I would rss feed and submit to feedlisting but since feedlisting is out I cant do this anymore. None of the other places that I would know have the same power.

    What I tried today was submitting article to articlebase with 2 link in resource box one to xml site with 180 profile links and the other to 180(same links) but html site. Article got indexed but links in resource box did't


    Backlinking them with scrapebox ? I dont have that big of autoaprove list. I want quick resoults.
    I tried linklicious feeds got crawled but not indexed.

    Perhaps xrumer users could advise.
     
  2. BlackSeng

    BlackSeng Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Have you even tried browsing or using the search to see others' sharing their ideas on getting your backlinks indexed?

    I do have one but it wouldn't be wise to share anymore as it would just end up like feedlisting.
     
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  3. oinky222

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    God dammit this question literally comes up once every day or so. Not only does this question come up every day, every time someone has to make stupid suggestions like:

    Pinging your backlinks is rarely ever enough to get them indexed unless they are on high authority sites like Ezines. For profile links, Google typically ignores them initially since they have no content on them, and the only way to convince them that they are "worthy" of getting indexed is by building backlinks to them.

    The most popular method of getting links indexed these days is to use scripts like Backlinks Energizer or Backlinks Index Express, which automatically create backlinks to your backlinks. Building Scrapebox links to them would also work well. If you are creative there are ways you can combine WPMU or Web2.0 sites with Scrapebox to minimize the number of comment links youd have to build
     
  4. Autumn

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    Making profile / web2.0 links to your profile links also works. I see people doing this quite a lot, a percentage of the backlinks they make go to the target site, the rest go back into the web of their backlinks.
     
  5. CPAHit

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    What about setting up a blog (blogger) and put all your links in the post. Then submit the blog to RSS feeds and do some backlinks to it. Submit blog to search engines as well. Blog gets indexed, the content also will get indexed (which in this case will be all your links)?

    Will that work?
     
  6. Autumn

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    Yes. You can also make RSS feeds of your backlinks at RSS free hosts (that host RSS feeds for free) and then submit them to RSS directories and aggregators.

    Just because feedlistings is down, that doesn't mean that using RSS to get your backlinks indexed is dead. :)
     
  7. BlackSeng

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    With so many outbound links, won't Google detect it as a link-farm?
    It will turn your links into a "bad link farm" or might even affect your primary site since all the links are linking to it.

    I don't know, that's just my opinion.

     
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  9. CPAHit

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    You can be right, hope someone clears this out.
     
  10. Autumn

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    Well you wouldn't just put them all on one page or one site, that would be dumb... Spread them out over tons of free hosted feeder blogs, a few here, a few there.

    You can make what people used to call "hallway pages" back in the day, which is page of a bunch of links to stuff you want to get spidered. Kind of like a sitemap, but to part of your backlink network. Then link to your hallways from your splogs.
     
  11. CPAHit

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    Yes good idea, spread of course :)
     
  12. richlondon18

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    I have an authority blog which has its own hosting account. I send links to it from every other site I own and it has a very high authority rating with google. Then I simply use betterblogroll to rotate all the backlinks for my other sites on the authority blog pages and they ALL get indexed pretty quick.

    There is a bit of work involved obviously continuallly updating new backlinks etc but just outsource it, I do and it works. Sorry for using the bad four letter word w*r*
     
  13. Marcink99

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    Thank you for taking you time to answear this thread.

    What would be the best free 2.0 platform to post links only?

    I was thinking about creating one html page on my domain with just links and try to index it would that work the same?

    Could this effect my domain in any way?
     
  14. Autumn

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    All of them, you want as many diverse backlinks as possible.

    DON'T link from your own domain out into your network of backlinks. Link only from your external backlinks (web 2.0s, splogs, profile links etc) back to your main domain - one direction only.

    However linking from external sites to sitemap style pages on your own domain is a good idea, it helps to get your whole domain spidered.
     
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    My advice is to stop trying to ping your profiles and backlinks.

    It's a numbers game.

    Usually when I get or do blasts of 10,000+ about 10-30% get indexed within 12 hours - 7 days.

    Then you just reblast with another keyword, etc. so don't try and get most or all indexed by pinging, submitting rss, etc because it's really a waste of time. A second blast would be better than to try and focus on the first one over and over.
     
  16. supamanjon

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    the founder of linkicioous says u don't need index for links to count. Meaning he has ranked sites without any links but that were crawled.

    you could also do rss feeds

    you could also do BE, BIE, any of those indexing systems.
    Or you could pay someone to do it.
     
  17. Marcink99

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    I tried linklicious I got my feeds crawled but not indexed no serp changes. Eather way linklicious has very good support.

    I created a new post in one of my domains. That post has 180 links on it and nothink else. I ran screapebox and posted to over 20000 autoaprove blogs do you think this will work for indexing them?
     
  18. CPAHit

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    I've got these ideas after reading doing some research.

    1. Make RSS feed of all your backlinks, then submit to RSS directories. Then ping your RSS feed.

    2. Make RSS feed, then submit an article in authority website (ezinearticles, hubpages or squidoo) and link it to the RSS feed. High authority websites will have search engine bots crawling on them everyday, and will crawl your new article > goes to your link > goes to your RSS feed > checks your backlinks in it > index. Will pass some backlink juice as well from the article directory I guess..

    Anyone can confirm this?
     
  19. Marcink99

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    Hey cpahit read my first post I already tried it no results.I used article base for article directory.
     
  20. genotip

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    posting to autoaprove lists is just waste, this make all the page usless for everyone.

    i always ping my links, wait for a2 weeks, then check on SB if the links are there, then try to index the links i know in 100% that have my links and havn't deleted.

    make rss (using the ping-tool.com option, will be online in the next week for public), send to ping again (the links and the rss) and doing some XR links to the rss.

    most of the time, if doing a great job.