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I am freaking out now!!!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by kaif0346, Oct 20, 2011.

  1. kaif0346

    kaif0346 Power Member

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    hi, all
    I have a tech site ,2 years old, PR 2 , backlinks just 47
    I am trying to grab one of my keyword to first page but I dont know why my backlinks are not going to index I have forced my all efforts .
    have blast on SB last week and got 500 successful found links over 5000 total successful links .
    have submit my site URL in 1k directories have submit articles in 100 directories and they are approved but WTF my backlinks are still 47 .I have seen so many videos about how to index backlinks but I dont understand anything can anyone plz post step by step how to index those shits .

    thanks
     
  2. drywallrob

    drywallrob Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Check out http://linklicious.me

    I use them and so do a lot of other people on here. There is a debate over getting them indexed vs. crawled, and linklicious will help you with both.
     
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  3. Moogle!

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    This, or you make rss feeds of your links and submit them to rss feed directories.
     
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  4. the_demon

    the_demon Jr. Executive VIP

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    A) Google often only shows about 10% of links that are actually indexed. IMO
    B) You should not have blasted your site directly with ScrapeBox. Flat out bad move.
    C) You can use LinkLicious.ME but, your prob. penalized at this point anyways. From the sounds of your strategy I'd say the articles is about the only thing you did right. No offense.
     
  5. kaif0346

    kaif0346 Power Member

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    I am confused about rss submission i dont understand how to make it suppose that.
    my abc.com have backlink on example.com Now which Link I have to put in rss file??
    and what is the ping feature in SB?
    thanks
     
  6. drywallrob

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    Get the free linklicious account. That is where I started.

    If you want to make RSS feeds, follow the instructions in scrape box to create them. Then upload the XML files to your server. Take those url's and submit them to RSS aggregators.

    I wouldn't ping the links. Some guys suggest this, and with your 2 year old domain, you maybe ok with pinging them.

    I recently sandboxed a domain by pinging...
     
  7. Expertpeon

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    nuclear link crawler is much better than linklicious

    hmmm seems unlikely, though I generally only ping 3-4 tiers out from any site, I have pinged directly to sites (1000s of links at a time) without serious issues.
    This was after 1 mth of very steady 1000 links/day though, I started pinging when I switched over to d0follow links.

    I generally shove them into NLC, let it do its thing
    I don't care terribly about this domain (I can rank #1 for this keyword with a single pyramid even with a new website), but I haven't had any issues at all.

    Easiest way to get around this, and works better than the RSS dir thing, throw in 1000 medium PR forums into Senuke (if you use it... I like to use it for forum profiles in small qty)
    Throw 3 links per profile from your list you want to index. Shove the profiles into NLC and have em crawled... do the same with bookmarks (3 links/bookmark)
    1 degree of separation is all that's needed for pinging.
     
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  8. kaif0346

    kaif0346 Power Member

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    WTF with linklicious I have create an account there every thing is done but I cant login it says user must activate their account ...
     
  9. BreakAllTheClocks

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    You have 47 backlinks according to who? Google Webmaster Tools?
     
  10. Kaithe.Clarke

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    A few reasons for this,
    - The tool you are using to check your backlinks is either not showing all the links or is buggy
    - Your backlinks are not indexed yet
    - These backlinks are nofollow
    - Your backlinks are not relevant which is why SEs have devalued them
     
  11. assphuck

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    Google is a master at data collection. The last thing one wants is a backlink profile consisting of all links found by pings. It's not natural and reduces trust in such links.

    Part of SEO and BH is making those links appear natural.

    Drop the pings and RSS feeds - let nature have its way. :)
     
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  13. kaif0346

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    sorry for double posting its due to my slow connection ..sorry MOD..
     
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  14. DamageX

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    My experience is that linklicious does fuck all for indexing and I haven't seen any signs that it helps you to increased rankings either. Caveat emptor.
     
  15. hztaa

    hztaa Newbie

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    This. DO NOT use linklicious. It's absolutely shit.

    If you want better link indexing service, use http://nuclear-link-indexer.com/ or http://www.BacklinksIndexer.com . They both do a good job.

    There's a review of them here too http://backlinksindexer.com/comparison . It's actually from other forums, but they host it too. Personally I use combination of both NLI and BacklinksIndexer.

    And yes, I wasted money for linklicious for a few months. It's absolutely garbage.
     
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    You need more content backlinks. Those are web2.0s and article directories. They work wonders. The Panda update wants more content :) Give it to them and you'll be rewarded.
     
  18. Expertpeon

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    O Rly? This particular site has had nothing but SB blasts for 3 months (whenever I need to test lists I farm off blogsearch). So it's been fed raw, garbage, mostly nofollows (until I threw one ******** list at it)
    Site has only risen and is now #6 and making $3XX/day
    OP's issue is shoving crap into directories.
    [​IMG]
     
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