How Get Indexed 1K Domains?

arain

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I am looking to get indexed 1K domains I know I can do it by posting links to high PR sites like digg.com but I am looking to it in bulk.

Any suggestion for me to get this done quickly?
 
The fastest way I know is through Digg.
Several members use the tiny digg bot (http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/black-hat-seo-tools/140314-secret-premium-bot-free-now-100-automated-digg-bot.html)

That tool can upload 1000 domains in bulk, you just need the domains in a file line by line. You might also need topic,titles and descriptions (in same line), topic and title can often automatically parsed but not always (depends on digg)

From my experience it takes from a few seconds up to a few minutes to get a fresh domain/host indexed in google once it was posted on Digg.
You could check if someone using the bot has interest in uploading your domain list, or do it yourself ;)

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If you do it that way, you should really consider getting them indexed not instantly.
Not because of Google, mainly because it would seriously spam Digg for a short timeframe which can raise hate among them. Use the delay feature and spread them over several hours.
 
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Thanks for this It really looks it will help and offcourse I had in my mind to do it in several days may be a month but dont wanted to spend a lot of time

Thanks again
 
wow 1 k domain
i get new things about digg
thx brader
 
you just purchased 1k new domains?

No Actually I work as VA for a rich guy and it seems he got lot of money for investing in every thing so my job here at the moment is to only get them indexed in a period of 2 months :p
 
You can index 5 domains/urls per day per account using the bot.
So 200 accounts are required if you want them indexed in one punch (not suggested)

If you take 50 Ips you could do it in a few days, every day 250 domains as example.

As you are not reaching for the frontpage you could create the accounts using the automated nickname generator and a single catchall domain for the emails.
 
You can index 5 domains/urls per day per account using the bot.
So 200 accounts are required if you want them indexed in one punch (not suggested)

If you take 50 Ips you could do it in a few days, every day 250 domains as example.

As you are not reaching for the frontpage you could create the accounts using the automated nickname generator and a single catchall domain for the emails.

I am going through your tool and as I am not in hurry and has planes to spread it over a time period of 2 months so got time to consider every thing thats available
 
Now that you have plenty of time, ping will be another choice.
For tracker software, I recommend scrapebox.
 
Props for the information justone, I was wondering the same thing.
 
Now that you have plenty of time, ping will be another choice.
For tracker software, I recommend scrapebox.

can you please provide little details on what actually is ping

I am quite lazy to search arround :D
 
To elaborate on what @letusgo commented about using Scrapebox, it has a new feature that will index sites rapidly. It publishes your domain(s) to those 'stats' type sites such as http://www.aboutus.org/Yahoo.com to get a lot of quick indexing. You can load your own list of stats sites or use the list that is provided by Scrapebox. You can use proxies and then submit as many of your target sites as you wanted to.

So you could submit them all over a couple of days (like 200 or 300 per day). Then wait a couple of weeks to see which ones are indexed. Then take the list of sites that are not indexed and submit them to Digg.

That is the approach that I would take for 1000 domains.

JC.

[Edit] p.s. I forgot to add that you can use Scrapebox's custom footprint along with your domains as the keywords to check what sites are indexed. Very slick actually.
 
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To elaborate on what @letusgo commented about using Scrapebox, it has a new feature that will index sites rapidly. It publishes your domain(s) to those 'stats' type sites such as http://www.aboutus.org/Yahoo.com to get a lot of quick indexing. You can load your own list of stats sites or use the list that is provided by Scrapebox. You can use proxies and then submit as many of your target sites as you wanted to.

So you could submit them all over a couple of days (like 200 or 300 per day). Then wait a couple of weeks to see which ones are indexed. Then take the list of sites that are not indexed and submit them to Digg.

That is the approach that I would take for 1000 domains.

JC.

[Edit] p.s. I forgot to add that you can use Scrapebox's custom footprint along with your domains as the keywords to check what sites are indexed. Very slick actually.

This does make a sense now :D

I guess this is all or are there any other options available
 
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