How to index Google Redirect Backlinks to increase DA in MOZ?

mhmghasemi

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Mar 16, 2024
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hi everyone
i was wondering how to index google redirects to increase DA in moz
I know i should use something like this:

https://clients1.google.com.gt/url?sa=t&url=https%3A%2F%2F123.com%2F
but i don't now how to index them in MOZ.

i searched the whole forum, lots of guys said this method is not working. BUI STILL IT IS.
yes it won't have any impact on website traffic or SERP. google wont index them, but I just want to understand how it works.
and I recently bought a package for one my website to increase DA in MOZ. it done well, all the links were google redirects, they INDEXED in both AHREFS and MOZ, increased MOZ DA to 29 (DR in ahrefs is 0) while my website had just 5 posts!

I have 2 questions:

1. where to place these links
2. how much does it take to index
 
1. These links are used mostly by scammers to fake domain's DA on outdated tool MOZ.
2. Forget about indexing it.
 
1. These links are used mostly by scammers to fake domain's DA on outdated tool MOZ.
2. Forget about indexing it.


yes i know this. i even saw it in action that growing DA dont have any impact on better rankings, website index speed and time or etc.
but there are a lot of guys who sells these services + DA is still an important factor for authority in here (i know not in SEO, but in our region).​


so I want to know how it works and appreciate if anybody share their experience​

 
What's the point of engaging in such spammy practices for the sake of having SEO tools reflect a high DA, when it doesn't do any obvious good for your ranking?

Be patient and go the standard approach of pursuing quality content and niche relevant backlinks to accompany.
 
i'm completely familiar with seo and the white-hat world, but as my new job needs, i'm going through black-hat seo and learning about the techniques. finding the trick of MOZ is just the start

i don't think learning new things might be a bad idea ... so, still appreciating if anyone shares his knowledge.
 

yes i know this. i even saw it in action that growing DA dont have any impact on better rankings, website index speed and time or etc.​

but there are a lot of guys who sells these services + DA is still an important factor for authority in here (i know not in SEO, but in our region).​

so I want to know how it works and appreciate if anybody share their experience​

Moz is not related to Google in anyway, their stats show information about the domain but Google don't give a shit what Moz have to say about a domain.
 
I don't know why you guys think I don't know seo or how to rank in google!
I'm just learning new tactics. there are a lot of tools like moz that rank websites with their own metrics, and of course all of their datas can be manipulated! so i think, this is black-hat seo right?

still(!) appreciate if anybody share their experience.
 
Thanks for mentioning that this is what people use to increase DA in Moz. I recently posted about noticing Google redirects

DA is not important to me when site gets no traffic. Do what you can do to your site to increase SERP which will increase traffic.
 
google redirects are not new though, but i also have not seen anything like what you shared

anyway, getting in first page of google is not hard as it's my job as a content marketer. but metrics are always important for people, even if they don't know the difference between DA or DR!

so it makes sense to learn white hat + black hat seo.
 
All this will do is falsly inflate the DA in tools such as Moz, Ahrefs and the others. The only reason to do this is to make a website look better than what it really is to a person can then sell backlinks on these sites for lots of money when in reality the backlinks will do little for the backlink purchaser and they will essentially be scammed. :( Sad part of SEO
 
Try to post it on your blogspot web 2.0. Connect that to your GSC.

Index that Page.

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2nd option - use an indexer. (Use this study to find out which link indexer is working --> https://www.blackhatworld.com/seo/2024-bhw-indexer-study.1572212/

I haven't tried both the methods for these type of links but I suggested first because these are all Google properties so google bot should give importance to these if they are posted in your blogspot web 2.0 blog.

2nd option i suggested because i use indexer for my own off page links that i create and they work.

Good luck on whatever you are trying to do.
 
hi everyone
i was wondering how to index google redirects to increase DA in moz
I know i should use something like this:

https://clients1.google.com.gt/url?sa=t&url=https://123.com/
but i don't now how to index them in MOZ.

i searched the whole forum, lots of guys said this method is not working. BUI STILL IT IS.
yes it won't have any impact on website traffic or SERP. google wont index them, but I just want to understand how it works.
and I recently bought a package for one my website to increase DA in MOZ. it done well, all the links were google redirects, they INDEXED in both AHREFS and MOZ, increased MOZ DA to 29 (DR in ahrefs is 0) while my website had just 5 posts!

I have 2 questions:

1. where to place these links
2. how much does it take to index

The study that @alonelywriter has linked is particularly sound. It contains testing with the currently active indexing services available.

That's your first place to start.

i searched the whole forum, lots of guys said this method is not working. BUI STILL IT IS.

In regards to this comment, always give old methods of any kind a try. Whether that be SEO, making money, social media, or even indexing.

Sometimes old methods still work but you need to do something extra to make them work.
 
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