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How Do You Index Your Backlinks On Bing?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by TheWicker, Dec 12, 2011.

  1. TheWicker

    TheWicker Power Member

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    I've a ton of quality links for bing, but bing just doesn't discover/index them. Pinging, scrapebox and xrumer don't help much.

    What has worked for you?
     
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    ahiddenman Elite Member

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    Linklicious , Backlink indexer?

    If you need a free Linklicious Submission (Basic account) then send me a message and i can add the URLs for you :)
     
  3. TheWicker

    TheWicker Power Member

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    Thanks a lot mate.

    I actually have both accounts. Linklicious is more or less worthless, backlinks indexer is doing a splendid job, however only for google.

    Have you checked any of those backlinks you've built if they're indexed in bing?
     
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    ahiddenman Elite Member

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    My backlinks get indexed in Bing faster than Google , Try a huge ping on Scrapebox (x50/x100 or something) :)
     
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    flx89 Senior Member

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    throw some auto approve comments on your back links. Also try mass pinger.

    that should help
     
  6. TheWicker

    TheWicker Power Member

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    Anyone ever tried saving/emailing backlinks to hotmail addresses and seen any results?
     
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    flx89 Senior Member

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    never heard of such a thing, but i think it would be useless. Search engines don't look at emails to find back links
     
  8. TheWicker

    TheWicker Power Member

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    Well, I don't know if they use the links in emails, but I'm sure that they read it. A simple confirmation for this can be by opening an email and then reading the ads. They're related to your email content.

    Maybe it's a ridiculous idea, however is it ridiculous enough to work?
     
  9. Poppa Rotzee

    Poppa Rotzee Power Member Premium Member

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    If your using the free account, we have a chart right on the homepage that shows you what to expect in comparison to pad levels.

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    jessegraham Junior Member

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    Like others have stated pinging does help. I like to cover all bases if I'm going to bother running Xrumer all day, so I make sure I ping them with LinkLicious and backlink them with Backlinksindexer. I messed around with setting up one master web 2.0 with all my links (and just pinging the hell out of it) but eventually it's just too many to list and one of the few things worth outsourcing.
     
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    Poppa Rotzee Power Member Premium Member

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    Agreed =)
     
  12. TheWicker

    TheWicker Power Member

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    For what it's worth, I'm still signed up with you guys at linklicious, but I have thoroughly tested your service for 45 days and measured the impact. There was no benefit at all. And as much as that chart gives an appearance of professionalism and measured results, my tests have proved that linklicious had almost no improved indexing effect, nor improved serps.

    I know you have to watch the publicity of your product and that you will defend it with all arguments. I've done my homework though and the results speak for themselves.
     
  13. Leon13

    Leon13 Registered Member

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    I have to agree with the Wicker here. There are so many case studies out there comparing indexing services and 9 out of 10 times backlinksindexer is #1
     
  14. Michaelf

    Michaelf Registered Member

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    Is it even worth it to focus on bing for seo?
     
  15. TheWicker

    TheWicker Power Member

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    What kind of question is that?

    A rough example: keyword that is searched 500k/month on google will be searched somewhere between 50k-100k/month on yahoo+bing. Is that not worth it? Another plus is that bing searchers are usually more suspect to buying than google searchers.

    However, many have similar thoughts about bing and that also makes it easier to compete on bing.
     
  16. newbieneedshelp

    newbieneedshelp Newbie

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    Hi
    I'm new here and new in the world of trying to get my many sites up in the search engines. I have been reading until my head hurts and at one point I wanted to throw all of my sites, work, and everything else in my reach into the trash. This was all due to reading how extremely difficult it is to use any known technique to get my sites up in the google search engine. Wow, google really is the MONSTER.

    Anway, before giving up, a thought popped in my head. BING.

    So my questions is, if I go ahead and use the known techniques, back links, etc for my sites, and maybe google doesn't rank my sites as high as I'd like, but Bing does, is this a good plan?

    I'm a single mother looking for just some part time income, so not looking to make thousands a day so a little "bing" success would go along way with me.

    I'm willing to spend some money on products too. So if the bing idea is good then what products work !

    Sorry to sound so inexperienced.

    Any input so gratefully appreciated!!!

    Thanks!! :) Teri
     
  17. TheWicker

    TheWicker Power Member

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    Bing loves contextual backlinks.

    However it's also harder to index them, so you'll need to be pointing a good portion of links to your backlinks in order for bing to discover them. AA scrapebox blasts help.

    Note though that it's usually useless to optimize low search keywords (ex. 1000/month per google adwords keyword tool) on bing. Aim for tougher keywords, because those have traffic even on bing/yahoo.