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How to check if my web 2.0 has indexed?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by jxiong2012, May 10, 2014.

  1. jxiong2012

    jxiong2012 Regular Member

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    I have no idea if my web 2.0's have indexed yet. It's all unique 500 word+ articles and if it isn't indexed what should I do to index them? I have been using GSA to create links towards my 2.0's.

    Also, right now I'm trying to analyze my own backlinks using scrapebox and it's failing so miserably.

    I put custom foot print > link:domain.com > harvest

    This results in a random list of links that don't even link to the site in question. Does anyone know how to fix this?
     
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  2. srinu0812

    srinu0812 Supreme Member

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    You can try sharing them on social networks and gather some likes/tweets to the original one.
    Alternatively, you can use indexing services.

    Web 2.0s takes some to get indexed in my experience. When did you create them?
     
  3. dandan594594

    dandan594594 Power Member

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    You can use site:web 2.0 "title of article" in google to do a quick check. If it is not indexed hit it with a few tweets, like +1's and bookmarks.
     
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    jamb0ss Junior Member

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    Google -> site:example.com
     
  5. jxiong2012

    jxiong2012 Regular Member

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    The site: 2.0 yielded results.

    They are not ranking for my keywords however, why is that?
     
  6. srinu0812

    srinu0812 Supreme Member

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    If it is indexed, keep building links to them.
     
  7. blackmagicseo

    blackmagicseo Junior Member

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    Just paste your web 2.0 site link in google. If you can view your site link in google results means your site indexed. If you cannot see, site yet not indexed. Use google index submit tool and submit your site to index.
     
  8. I Make Dollars

    I Make Dollars BANNED BANNED

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    Just paste your title or url into google

    Or "site:subdomain"
     
  9. JasonS

    JasonS Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Check if it is got indexed or not through SE query or use Scrapebox index checker addon.
    If its not yet indexed, then keep building backlinks towards them, also use GSA SEO Indexer or some link indexing services.
     
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    just import the list on to Scrapebox and then do an indexing check. :)
     
  11. jxiong2012

    jxiong2012 Regular Member

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    Also, right now I'm trying to analyze my own backlinks using scrapebox and it's failing so miserably.

    I put custom foot print > link:domain.com > harvest

    This results in a random list of links that don't even link to the site in question. Does anyone know how to fix this?
     
  12. Black Seagull

    Black Seagull Junior Member

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    Just use scrapebox.
     
  13. dandan594594

    dandan594594 Power Member

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    TopGseo Regular Member

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    Simple and most effective way is only. Open Google --> type Site:Your Domain here
    If its visible then it is index.
     
  15. asap1

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    I always snap my fingers and stomp my feet and then the genie comes and tells me if my site is indexed
     
  16. Vanrithy

    Vanrithy Power Member

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    What's the point to copy and repeat the same text from your OP.

    There are many good solutions posted already about how to check the index status of your url, so I don't need to repeat it.