I will share the method I have found to index links quickly

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The problem was that I couldn't index anything with this method and then I used a marketplace seller and his method indexed 80%+ so it's not the link problem, it's just this method didn't work for me.
I got an impression that google refused to follow the redirects.
This is completely different to what OP suggests.

The key is that you get an old domain that has ALREADY some posts indexed and has backlinks = has TRUST in G eyes.

Buying a new domain and just blasting it doesn't provide the most important factor here - already existing trust from G.
 

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This is completely different to what OP suggests.

The key is that you get an old domain that has ALREADY some posts indexed and has backlinks = has TRUST in G eyes.

Buying a new domain and just blasting it doesn't provide the most important factor here - already existing trust from G.
Maybe it's the different... I tried to do it through an old domain (but obviously couldn't blast it) and even submitting those redirects for indexing wasn't helping. Don't know... maybe, my tests didn't work so looking forward to hearing from others about their tests.
 
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That was my thinking so I tested it (end of October 2021).
Here's what I did:
1. bought a domain for $1 (.xyz)
2. Created about 40 redirects (I used redirect plugin in wordress as it's easier)
3. Blaster those redirects with over 45,000 links (over a week or so)

End result? Practically NOTHING got indexed within 2 weeks.
Cheap test but it didn't work for me.

PS: yes, I used the server stats and both bing and google visited my site but refused to index the redirects. Recently, I used indexing service from this forum and managed to index links, so the problem I had wasn't about the links but the method.
The GSA blast is not what makes this method work.

I swear most of the SEO people do here is based on tactics from 2010.
 

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Then what, may I ask?
@karupoiss and @macdonjo3 are saying that it's domain authority and strength which are making this method successful.
If it's true then you'd need to waste a good domain to index some links... which is... a waste of a good domain.

What I see more and more now... I find a good place which google indexes often... then after some time google stops following links there.
 

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Pls suggest indexing service that is still working
Mostly don't work as it was. And there also "site:" list below 3-5 list bug (I think) till now. Maybe you want to try IndexNow plugin if you are using wordpress sites.
 
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The GSA blast is not what makes this method work.

I swear most of the SEO people do here is based on tactics from 2010.

@karupoiss and @macdonjo3 are saying that it's domain authority and strength which are making this method successful.
If it's true then you'd need to waste a good domain to index some links... which is... a waste of a good domain.

What I see more and more now... I find a good place which google indexes often... then after some time google stops following links there.

There's gotta be room to finesse here. A low DA/PA domain of lesser value perhaps. I'm gonna look into this over the next week or so & do some testing.
 

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There's gotta be room to finesse here. A low DA/PA domain of lesser value perhaps. I'm gonna look into this over the next week or so & do some testing.
It's not the DA/PA that matter. Google knows your site exists. It's not like their crawlers aren't strong enough to find it.
 

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I'm gonna try this. This could be a good way to leverage high authority non-english expired domains (easier to find and cheaper than dotcom). IDK if it will still work but it might.
 
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Nice one. Have to try this out.

Delete this.

Nice tips
Thank you for sharing
i will try it

Will try it out soon.

So fantastic. I will try it

That sounds great and it should work since I believe there is logic,
Thanks for sharing

That was my thinking so I tested it (end of October 2021).
Here's what I did:
1. bought a domain for $1 (.xyz)
2. Created about 40 redirects (I used redirect plugin in wordress as it's easier)
3. Blaster those redirects with over 45,000 links (over a week or so)

End result? Practically NOTHING got indexed within 2 weeks.
Cheap test but it didn't work for me.

PS: yes, I used the server stats and both bing and google visited my site but refused to index the redirects. Recently, I used indexing service from this forum and managed to index links, so the problem I had wasn't about the links but the method.

seems like a good method to index pdf files in edu sites?

Will try this method and give my feedback. You also gave me some other ideas to try out.

For these types of expired domains, you will need tons of money to buy these domains.

I want to say move this to the Jr. VIP section.

Let me try on my site and update here! Thanks!

I hope this works. What about indexing an expired web 2 and doing it like that ?

Food share, will try this one:)

I'm sure this has a very low win rate

This is so true. Google can and will refuse to index some links no matter what we do. They index some links after a sandbox period to avoid spam and they never index some other links.

The problem was that I couldn't index anything with this method and then I used a marketplace seller and his method indexed 80%+ so it's not the link problem, it's just this method didn't work for me.
I got an impression that google refused to follow the redirects.

Thanks for the share :) will try this

You need to be more creative to slap on google face.

Now a days indexing not working like this if this method working for you than you have great luck

So enjoy your luck & make money

Method dead few hours after sharing luls :D

This is completely different to what OP suggests.

The key is that you get an old domain that has ALREADY some posts indexed and has backlinks = has TRUST in G eyes.

Buying a new domain and just blasting it doesn't provide the most important factor here - already existing trust from G.

Maybe it's the different... I tried to do it through an old domain (but obviously couldn't blast it) and even submitting those redirects for indexing wasn't helping. Don't know... maybe, my tests didn't work so looking forward to hearing from others about their tests.

The GSA blast is not what makes this method work.

I swear most of the SEO people do here is based on tactics from 2010.

Then what, may I ask?

@karupoiss and @macdonjo3 are saying that it's domain authority and strength which are making this method successful.
If it's true then you'd need to waste a good domain to index some links... which is... a waste of a good domain.

What I see more and more now... I find a good place which google indexes often... then after some time google stops following links there.

Pls suggest indexing service that is still working

Mostly don't work as it was. And there also "site:" list below 3-5 list bug (I think) till now. Maybe you want to try IndexNow plugin if you are using wordpress sites.

There's gotta be room to finesse here. A low DA/PA domain of lesser value perhaps. I'm gonna look into this over the next week or so & do some testing.

I would really like to hear about your test. It's just I'm too curious at times.

It's not the DA/PA that matter. Google knows your site exists. It's not like their crawlers aren't strong enough to find it.

True, issue isn't that google crawlers aren't strong enough to find your links. They actually visit your links & deny to index.

I will try it

I'm gonna try this. This could be a good way to leverage high authority non-english expired domains (easier to find and cheaper than dotcom). IDK if it will still work but it might.

What about indexification?

Interesting one. Good information for nowadays.

Thank you all.

Friends, this is not a shady method or not a blackhat method to index links. This is genuinely using 301 and 302 redirection power to index our links. Google favor 301, 302 redirection all the time. So this is not going to end after sharing here. I started to use this method last year and I'm still using it to index links. I have selected good old domain with high DA with posts in it and also using this with google news approved site. Just use redirection power to index your valuable links. Only disadvantage is it's limited to few links at a time. with using indexing service you can index thousands of links at a time. But this method limited to few links at a time. So use it for quality links that hard to index.
 
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