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Indexing Backlinks

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by ICEMAN77, Aug 6, 2016.

  1. ICEMAN77

    ICEMAN77 Newbie

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    Ok so am mainly talking about tier 2 here.....

    It seems that Google is now making it much harder than before recently? is anyone else finding the same?

    I am a bit concerned that a load of guestbook links might be a red flag for tier 2 and cause issues so am thinking bookmarks

    Have tried all the indexing services and so far been a waste of money - onehourindexing, instant link indexer etc...

    Have also been using PBN but this looks a little spammy and also doesnt seem that straightforward

    Anyone else got any good advice on this?
     
  2. jekiywiliam

    jekiywiliam Newbie

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    tier 2 not indexing ? can you try another indexing services

    how long build linkbuilding?
     
  3. ICEMAN77

    ICEMAN77 Newbie

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    ^^ I would say about 15% have indexed which is useless in about a month....this week was noticeably worse though for indexing though

    The best success was using GSA but I think this is a bit risky to tier 2 (one site did drop and not sure cos of this reason)

    Which other indexing service have you had results with?
     
  4. kroleig1

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    Hey Ice,

    I have tried the indexing services you pay for and they're a scam. Some prominent ones I will not name on this forum even.
    Here is a couple of good ways to get your content index fast, often within a few hours to a day.

    Get into webmaster tools and add your site, verify it by placing a file on your server
    Make sure you've uploaded a valid sitemap
    Create adwords account and connect it with analytics as well.
    Then create an adword campaign - (you are not going to pay for it. just set up the ad) Point the ad to the page you want indexed.
    Have at least 400 words on that page of unique content.
    Use Google's "crawl > fetch as google" and submit only one URL path at a time. Don't do the entire root domain.
    You can try making a couple of minor text tweaks to the page in question over the next couple of sitemap updates... adding changes other than dates to a page often signals that the page has been updated, hence not as stale as before. Comments help in this arena too - if its a blog post

    These should get you indexed quickly. It also doesn't hurt to make a few posts in Google + and also FB.

    Hope this helps!