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Indexing backlinks...

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by outsidethesquare, Oct 3, 2010.

  1. outsidethesquare

    outsidethesquare Regular Member

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    It's still getting me. I just created around 30 .edu profiles and I can't index ANY of them. I have tried pinging them all, tried scrapebox rapid indexer, made into an rss feed and submitted to aggregators and pinged the feed, but NOTHING has worked.

    How can I index these stubborn links?

    Any help at all would be greatly appreciated..
     
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    cjw10 Junior Member

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    Could be that the forums have something in their robot.txt that blocks indexing profile pages.
     
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    ┼blackrat┼ Senior Member

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    Have you bookmarked your feed?

    If yes, it beats me. if bookmarking, submitting the rss and pinging it doesn´t do the trick... Try creating a little blog on blogger, then have a few posts where you put the link to the profiles into. Run the blog on rapid indexer... that should do it. If not, it may be the robots problem the guy above said. Though I´ve never seen anything like this...

    It´d be the end of xRumer.
     
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  4. outsidethesquare

    outsidethesquare Regular Member

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    I never bookmarked my feed so hopefully that's the problem. Running it through onlywire now.

    Also, do you think it could work to index backlinks if I installed G Analytics on my website and followed the links there so it shows up in referrer traffic and Google checks it out?
     
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    ┼blackrat┼ Senior Member

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    I like to stay away from analytics as a security measure. I don´t like the idea of giving G charte blanche access to my stuff.

    After you bookmark your feed, be sure to rss ping it again or it may not cut.
     
  6. outsidethesquare

    outsidethesquare Regular Member

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    I still can't index these links. I've converted into feed, pinged feed, bookmarked feed, submitted feed to directories... I don't know what else to try. I also ran links through Scrapebox rapid indexer..
     
  7. mcgoohan6

    mcgoohan6 Power Member

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    I think someone called that the Google Slingshot Method, there's a pdf in the download section.