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How to check if bought PBN links are indexed?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by UrbanMedusa, Apr 3, 2016.

  1. UrbanMedusa

    UrbanMedusa Junior Member

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    I bought a pack of links on a very popular and respected PBN. How do I find out if the links in the reports to the articles with my back links are in are indexed in Google.
     
  2. vizualwarrior

    vizualwarrior Registered Member

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    If you supplied the articles, you can try searching for the article title or a sentence from the article in google using quotes (""). If they provide a partial report where they show part of the URL, then type the URL into google using the "inurl:" operator. Or just use majestic/ahrefs to see new backlinks. Keep in mind things won't get indexed right away and sometimes they don't get indexed at all (or maybe they ripped you off).

    edit: sorry, misread as "how to find my links in google", disregard post lol.
     
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  3. Dante12

    Dante12 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    If you do have the actual links - scrapebox and do this or just type manually in g00gle "site:URL"
     
  4. kriwil

    kriwil Regular Member

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    Hunting your preferred anchor text (you given to seller) on google and sort by time "24hrs to 7 days"
     
  5. asap1

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    Find the links with ahrefs or majestic and check if they are indexed
     
  6. pakman

    pakman Regular Member

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    I would recommend GWT..I found no other tool can show uou the amount of backlinks u can find with GWT.
     
  7. jollyman

    jollyman Elite Member

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    If you want to verify just one or two backlinks, you can just copy and paste your links in Google search bar.
     
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    You need to tell us what kind of report you got from the PBN post seller. Then only we can suggest a method to know the index status of those posts. Some give out full URL reports, some give partial url reports, some give out titles of articles, some don't give anything in the form of report.
     
  9. blogtaufiq

    blogtaufiq Junior Member

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    the best way to know your link is indexed by google is using the search query. then automate it with scrapebox.
     
  10. UrbanMedusa

    UrbanMedusa Junior Member

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    i have been given the full urls for example;

    http://pbnwebsite.com/article with your keyword in
     
  11. starki

    starki Power Member

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    If you have the full URLs, an easy site:fullurl (e.g. site:pbnwebsite.com/article_name_whatever/ ) will do the job. Result = indexed, no result = not indexed.

    From a a little paranoid perspective: Don't search for your PBN articles with URLs or full article names, especially no large scale searches with Scrapebox and all the same IP. These kinds of search patterns look very unnatural and could easily be used an "external footprint" by Google.

    Little off-topic: One of the many reasons why public networks suck is, no personal offense, the customers: People will search for their links like crazy. People will bomb their posts with shitty spam links because they don't understand the PBN concept and think "My article needs another tier of cheap Fiverr links, oh, cool, 5000 free tweets included". The really smart ones will create web2.0s and link a list of let's say 10 PBN articles from one Web2.0 and do this a dozen times. Oh, and of couse, everything needs to be mass pinged every 30 seconds to index it. WTF, my articles isn't indexed in an hour, here I come, Google: ping, site:, ping, site: maybe automated to run 24/7/365 with a captcha breaker and rotating proxies ;)

    So, if you don't mess up when creating your PBN, your customers will do the job for sure.
     
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  12. kyliesdad

    kyliesdad Newbie

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    Just put the url on google search and see if it returns the page itself.
     
  13. djp371

    djp371 Elite Member

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    It's easy. Type your URL in G search "Site:yourURL". If there's a result means your URL is indexed.