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How to index backlinks in 2015?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by mikpel, Sep 19, 2015.

  1. mikpel

    mikpel Regular Member

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    I haven't done any GSA spam for ages so I decided to do a little experiment.

    tier1: 800 verified urls (articles, social networks)
    tier2: 50 000 verified urls (profiles, bookmarks, guestbooks, directories etc.)

    I let it sit for one week. I used two different indexing services for tier1 and one for tier2.


    Indexation rate after a week: 6.8% (54 out of 793)


    As you can see, indexing services are just wasted money nowadays. And please don't say 'they don't get indexed beause your content is crap'. I can assure you my content was excellent. Tier1 article was hand-spun on paragraph, sentece and word level. It reads out very well. Also all of my tier1 target sites are indexed in google.


    My question for all of you GSA wizards over here: How do you get your indexation on a decent level in 2015? Google has obviously cracked the indexation business lately.


    UPDATE: I decided to continue my experiment. I ordered a 600 000 blog comments blast from fiverr targeting my tier2. Let's see if that helps.
     
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  2. soccerlover

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    Don't go with fiverr services, those urls are already marked as blacklisted or spammy sites.
     
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  3. atlasmax

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    Google indexes backlinks on a weekly basis sometimes two times a week one small sample and one big sample. sometimes Google knows you have backlinks but it won't show them on webmasters tools for unknown reasons or google just delay showing them on purpose.

    when it concerns "indexing links" worthy links will get indexed fast while crappy GSA blasts will mostly get ignored no matter what you do. sometimes you can give them a lift with social signals. i used indexation services before and they are useless.

    i build links continuously so that Google will always find things to how in webmasters reports and it pays off because when it does the links already aged.
     
  4. Shaunm

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    OP, Lesson 1, Ignore the guy I quoted completely....

    The Google index is a living breathing thing that changes constantly, I have various personal case studies that has proven this. I also have various personal case studies that show no evidence at all of social signals giving an SEO benefit. Additionally I have hundreds of thousands of links that can also be classed as case studies indexed recessively that are pure SER spam.

    Also ageing links is done by first getting them into the google index and letting them age in there, I don't see or understand how or why "ageing" a link that google does not know about can offer any benefit. Google has limited means to know how long a link has been online without having an initial crawl date to go by....

    I use an indexing service called Express Indexer, they are a little expensive but worth it. Their indexing cycle is a 14 day cycle so you will see your links doing all kinds of random movements during this time but I am getting around 70% SER Contextual platform auto generated content indexed and sticking after the 14 day period.
     
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  5. mikpel

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    Why wouldn't I? I'm targeting my 2nd tier so every backlink will get only about 12 spammy comments. That's not going to raise any flags. :)



    I have noticed the same. "Social is the new SEO" is quite catchy slogan in marketing though.

    Well to be honest Express Indexer was the one I used on tier1. :) It has now been a week since I stopped my campaign. Maybe I should just wait another week. A positive thing is that stick rate on my tier1 has been exceptional, over 90%. Maybe that's because the article reads out so well.
     
  6. Not Ste Hughes

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    600,000 blog comments on fiverr... wow

    This would have been over $1000 back in the day.
     
  7. cryptexicebone

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    so fiver services are worthless? lol idk about that they work pretty good for my sites.
     
  8. Shaunm

    Shaunm Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    How are you checking your links are indexed?

    site:www.yoursitehere.com is probably the best but I use scrapebox for bulk checks. The free ones online arnt very accurate as their back end proxies get banned from google.
     
  9. mikpel

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    I did my index check with scrapebox.

    I tried to analyze my backlinks a bit to see if I can find any pattern that separates the 'easy-index' sites from 'not-so-easy' ones. I stripped all links to root (aka example.com) and removed duplicates. Then I ran them through Majestic bulk checker. I found nothing. Well, at least I tried but I'm still stuck. :D
     
  10. Shaunm

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    How long has it been since you first uploaded the links?
     
  11. mikpel

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    I started on 9th day. Somehow other GSA users are getting their articles indexed on the very same target sites.

    I think there's two options:
    1) I'm not aware of new tricks people are applying with their campaigns
    2) I'm doing something very very wrong.
     
  12. seoestore

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    Hi,
    There is 3 points in the links itself
    some sites have flood of links created by every day, most of it are not a quality links, these links are not in the website sitemap, Then Google give it a low indexing periority
    2nd case, some sites may block the folder you get backlinks on it, this mean this links will not get indexed
    3rd case, in some sites, it change the links after created (using SEF modules) and you have the non optimized link, may be that other link have been indexed

    Generally I see some case studies here about speed links indexer, but I didn't try it yet

    also I'm really interested with the results after getting 600k blog comments ^^
     
  13. seogiantking

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    GSA is best tool but I use link processor for indexing. for indexing through is kind a waste of $$.
     
  14. funds

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    I'm facing the exact same challenge right now. Using popular paid indexing services doesn't seem to improve percent number of indexed links even by a small margin. It has actually taken me some time to figure out why the serps of my websites weren't improving. Yesterday I found out that only 10% of my tier 1 links have been indexed indexed even though the content is decent quality. Please post an update if you figure out how to fix that.
     
  15. Desert90

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    Someone on bhw made a case study with some indexing services.
    And he had some great success with speed-links indexing service, dunno if he works with them or not
    but its only $9.99/ month for 500 links daily so you can have a try.
     
  16. TheSeoKraken

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    I've given up on focusing on indexing crappy tier 2 links and beyond. I simply build the tier 1 links and then regularly blast those links... few dozen per tier 1 per day. I will then do a 10k+ blast to those tier 2 links hoping that google will follow.

    I'd put in the effort with an indexing service if I felt it was worth it... so far I don't. In fact, I feel index services are a way of telling google "these links were created unnaturally and the creator of said links is trying to get you to notice them". Do I have any evidence of this? Nope, just conjecture. But, I feel it's a tactic google would use.

    Having said all that, if someone has a service that does get links indexed efficiently, I'd be glad to take a look at it and give it a shot!
     
  17. petirthunder

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    I wouldn't trust fiver anymore since some will not give you results i would test it myself by doing
    some test and point your tier 3 to you tier 2 so it will give link juice to your tier 1