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How to get web 2.0 sites indexed? (buzzfeed, WN etc.)

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Nauthiz666, Aug 3, 2017.

  1. Nauthiz666

    Nauthiz666 Senior Member

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    So i've been doing a lot of back links on sites like WN.com or Buzzfeed, or Popdust type sites. They do not have 'noindex on robots', but no matter what I do I cannot get the damn pages to index. I have tried using backlinksindexer etc, and even after months those pages are not indexed. Is there any reason for this, or is there a way to actually get them indexed?
     
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    hippo123 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Try sending some fake social signals and see if they will index
     
  3. MatthewGraham

    MatthewGraham Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Right Click --> View Page Source --> Ctrl+F "noindex"

    If the page has a noindex tab, it won't index (or at least it shouldn't index).
    https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/93710?hl=en

    Sites that have those types of contributor/community/etc types of articles where anyone can submit anything tend to put noindex tags into those articles to prevent this exact type of activity.
     
  4. Nauthiz666

    Nauthiz666 Senior Member

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    Yeah I know, I always check for noindex. The ones I am taking about do not have the noindex robots tag, so they should index, they just don't.
     
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    Oh yeah, I must have missed the part in your original post "They do not have 'noindex on robots.'" In that case, the two other things that come to mind are:
    • Duplicate content issues - Is the content original?
    • Maybe try a few higher-quality backlinks directly to the pages.
     
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  7. alishakapoor

    alishakapoor Newbie

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    In buzzfeed, when you create logins. Buzz automatically creates a username which can be seen in url structure For example: domain name, username post_name, special_character



    This is how the url structure is. So you need to get indexed it without special characters plus google only shows indexing of username i.e domain_name_username post submission page ( I meant the page where all your posts are listed.)



    Which is why your core anchor text needs to be in first summary snippet part of the article to get maximum out of your submissions.
     
  8. Furious Man

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    Please check this - Your content isn’t unique, Your backlinks quality is in bad, may be your posting on sites with no-index, or else your posting on spammy platforms
     
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    If you would like a 1 time cost type of indexing service, then GSA's indexer would be a good place to start. They do maintain their tool and the latest indexing sites are all updated every now and then.
    Or if you have more money to spend, then those instant indexing service would do a better job, as they can get the links indexed in under a day.
     
  10. nazmulfeni4

    nazmulfeni4 Junior Member

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    just try "Google URL Submit" Tools.. Its working 100% for BuzzFeed. Thanks