Indexing backlinks. Should I drip?

BigBoogie

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Should I limit the number of backlinks I try to index?

I mean if I index 10k in a day, don't these appear as 10k new links to google?

If I were to buy 10k links, I would drip them, should indexing be any different?
 
Yes, you should drip-feed indexing. Most of the indexing services offer drip feed indexing drip like for 7 days. It's up to you how many backlinks you want to drip feed for indexing.
 
In such large numbers, yes.

In smaller ones I would not bother as in reality they will get indexed at random times. Sort of a natural drip feed.

What is also important to mention is publish date. They should not all have been published in a single day.
 
Should I limit the number of backlinks I try to index?

I mean if I index 10k in a day, don't these appear as 10k new links to google?

If I were to buy 10k links, I would drip them, should indexing be any different?

I believe the number 10K is for example. If 10K links of Tier 2/3 level, yes do at once.
 
same question here.. any good indexing services left? speed-links are crap, 5% index rate even on 6-800 word quality handwritten articles on various web2.0 sites. Indexification seens even worse.
 
If it's a churn & burn site or Tier-2/3 site, then there is no need to dripfeed. If it's money site, then sending 10k links at once can tank the site. You need to dripfeed them over several weeks.
 
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