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How to index your links this days?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Desert90, Jul 7, 2015.

  1. Desert90

    Desert90 Senior Member

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    Google has patched their indexing rules so most indexing providers here dont work anymore or i am wrong ?

    So what do you use for your links to get them indexed? I have like 60 web 2.0s but most of them are not indexed.
    I got the report on 18.06 or maybe they are too crap ? Those web 2.0s are from a provider here in the forum
    which are high pr and all D0f0llow but i would like to get them indexed. hope you can help!
     
  2. Jack Torrance

    Jack Torrance Power Member

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    Perform a rain dance.
     
  3. bahus

    bahus Regular Member

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    If you build quality links, you don't have to worry about indexing, google will take care of it. High pr metrics are sales pitch, it means nothing to google. Just because someone sells them here, it doesn't mean that they are quality.
     
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    J-S-T Supreme Member

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    I always Have built Links to Web 2.0 To Index them. Try Building Some links to these web 2.0 with automated Software, Don't get aggressive, just some links to get them crawled atleast and let google decide whether to index them.
     
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    You always can try with other seller and bet for what happens next, you get the prize or lose all your money.

    Just kidding, most of the indexing services here are not good.
     
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    nishan Newbie

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    Why aren't they? Mind sharing experiences?
     
  7. diesel1

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    OP, my experience is that the indexing services still work; they only lost the ?immediate/within an hour/ultra fast? ability. Indexing now takes a bit longer, but in general it is still faster than the ?natural? process.

    Over time most 2.0?s will index naturally, but sometimes not all.

    Building a few links, such as blog comments, to them will help with the indexing process and/or if you add them to an indexing service.
    Personally I?m seeing better indexing, with most link types, by using more than one service.

    Feel free to PM me those 60 URL?s, I?ll submit them for you to a few paid indexing services.
     
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    mesbahuddin Regular Member

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  9. Shaunm

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    arpitagarwal82 Power Member

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    For web 2.0 use social bookmarking. Make sure that your web 2.0 aren't crappy one page properties.
    Its getting difficult to get the web 2.0 indexed these days (I can see a trend since last 1 month). Try to improve the quality of web 2.0 by using internal links in post body.
     
  11. SEO Power

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    What you're saying s totally wrong and you know it so stop trying to mislead others.
     
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    Links from no-name web 2.0 sites take longer/are more difficult to index. Links from popular web 2.0 sites are easier to index. To speed up indexing, I suggest you build tier 2 links before submitting them to an indexing service.
     
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    Try to put links inside your article, and build link from your article to Web 2.0 to have them indexed. It's still being indexing, just it will take longer time before it gets indexed...
     
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    It's funny you are defending that case study as "legit" when the winner of the case study is exactly YOUR service. And give me a break, those indexing figures are way off, 50+% vs. max 20% from all others???? I'm not bashing your service, it might be great, but that case study is definitely biased and everyone with half a brain can see that. Last but not least, since the last indexing update, no service works anymore as good as they did in the past and yours is not an exception, despite all the 1kk secret sauces you might have.
     
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    rpkrocks Senior Member

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    this screenshot is enough ,sponsoring service wins :cool:

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    No additional argument? Really? At least try to post something to back your case up....

    If your service had been put up against things like instantlinkindexer and expressindexer then you could claim it as fair but it was put up against services that dont even claim to do the same thing your service does so it was biased completely! I cant prove it but i'm guessing you were aware this would happen/it was a condition before you paid for the post.

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  17. devinda

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    Dear We are research new method to index Google back link we can give free test url index please content us
     
  18. ocrasorm

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    You only need to get links from good sites and don't worry about index. Google will automatically index those links.