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Is Linklicious, Dripable and linkpushing.net working for you?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by genebadd, Aug 16, 2011.

  1. genebadd

    genebadd Junior Member

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    This thread is more like a survey/Q&A Since I am new to all three services and have been using Linklicious, Dripable for a month and linkpushing.net for three weeks.

    side note: Am I wrong in saying that getting indexed in google and getting credit for a backlink are two different things? From what I can tell, properties pointing to my money site do appear indexed and yet when I do a Yahoo site explorer search on my money site, no backlink for that indexed web property exists. Am I dealing with apples and oranges here since my focus is on google but I use yahoo site explorer to acknowledge backlinks?

    Okay onto my real reason for starting this thread

    So I have been using the $14.50 service from linklicious, the 50 dollar service from dripable and the linkpushing.net service for around a month (5 linkpushes).

    I have around 2k feeds accumulated in linklicious since adding backlinks created from 5 different dripable projects on a regular basis.

    I feed all my linkpushing.net linkpushes, my own manually created web2.0 linkpushes, and the dripable backlinks to Linklicious.

    The dripable links feed the linkpushes ONLY and I only build high quality niche specific backlinks to my money sites directly, which get indexed rather quick via BMD and show up in yahoo site explorer.

    As a means of testing both linklicious, dripable and linkpushing.net, I have made no other indexing/backlinking credit attempts, other than running my link push properties through Book Marking Demon because I know that works and I need properties to verify backlinks too.

    After a continuous month of linklicious, dripable and web2.0 linkpushing (three weeks for linkpushing.net) I have noticed no effect whatsoever on serp rankings for any of my money sites, nor have the dripable backlinks been given any backlink credit (I look at credit as actually showing up in yahoo site explorer when you do a backlink check on your site. Whether or not it helps or hurts the rankings is besides the point), like I would have hoped for.

    Also, doing a site explorer search on my money properties yields no results on the linkpush properties. Just the manual high quality edu/gov links I have created and the a few social bookmarking sites used in BMD.

    A yahoo site explorer search on my linkpush properties show one, two and mostly zero indexed backlinks from dripable.

    What am I missing here? Why are these properties or backlinks not getting picked up by site explorer?

    My sites are all roughly a 6 months to a year old. I have one site, that a friend of mine owns, that is over ten years old! He built it and never touched it after it was launched, It's a great medical site (he's a doc) so quality is not a question! It too is experiencing the same effect. The only backlinks linking to his site are the links coming from two of his other sites, which I told him to backlink to about two weeks ago.

    My presumption is that either linklicious isn't really doing its job in getting links indexed or that google is ranking all of these backlink strategies rather low now. Or yahoo site explorer is way behind the power curve and has nothing to do with rss feeds generated by linklicious. I would hope that google and yahoo would deviate a little but still be on the same page. I feel they are on the same page because of no google dance.

    Do you think google is crawling the rss feeds over at linklicious and acknowledging the backlinks and linkpush properties but deciding not to give credit? I would think a google dance would be in order if they were trying to figure out what to do with serp rankings but I have yet to see any results. Perhaps to soon to tell?

    The Yahoo site explore thing just baffles me. I would hope to see hundreds of dripable backlinks by now pointing to my linkpushes and my linkpushes pointing at my money sites.

    Im looking forward to hearing what you guys think..

    Thanks,
    Gene


    I do realize that a month is a very short time to draw such conclusions but I can usually get things moving faster manually and I hate manual work like this.
     
  2. BassTrackerBoats

    BassTrackerBoats Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    The time thing is probably the issue, Gene, especially concerning my service. It's rare if one jumps fast using my service.
     
  3. TNphoneman

    TNphoneman Senior Member

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    I have no problem with my links showing up in site explorer. With that said not all of them show up of course. With site explorer going away soon I really quit worrying about it. Linkpushing does work for me. Once I think it has gotten me as high as it could then I hit it with some high pr links and even those do not show up in site explorer.

    I have just started using lindexed and so far I like it. We will see how the indexing goes but out of curiosity I did set up one site on webmaster tools and while site explorer showed 146 links, webmaster tools showed in excess of 5k and google showed absolutely "0" when using the link: format.

    So in essence with looking at those 3 scenarios, I quit worrying about indexing the links because Google did know about them and that was verified in webmaster tools.
     
  4. exmortis512

    exmortis512 Registered Member

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    Linklicious gets all your links crawled so that google sees them, however it does not guarantee that the links will be indexed. Crawled and indexed are 2 totally different things, i found good results when usings linklicious on my backlinks after they got crawled the majority would not show up in yahoo, but they where obviously passing linkjuice as i would start dancing like crazy, and then settle higher in serps.

    However i do not use linklicious anymore for budget reasons on my end, and because BTB runs his linkpushes through linklicious from my understanding, so their was really no reason for me to run his pushes threw it twice.

    as far as results from linkpushes i usually see movement in serps within 2 weeks, and this if from just one push. But if u dont have proper onsite seo i can see you not moving in rankings no matter what you do, but like you even said a month is not really a long time when it comes to seo my only hunch is your onsite seo may be lacking, Or google is still thinking about where to move your site.
     
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  5. BENNY8877

    BENNY8877 Supreme Member

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    I can see plenty of links from Link Pushing in Site Explorer. Link Pushing was created to look natural to Google so that it pays off long-term, it isn't supposed to give you a big boost like a Scrapebox blast.
     
  6. genebadd

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    Thanks guys for your input.. I am at my favorite viatnamese place reading this thread. I just cracked open my fortune cookie and it said, "don't be so critical and overly concerned about about the details". How funny is that?
     
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  7. TNphoneman

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    That is classic.
     
  8. Botwiz

    Botwiz Executive VIP Jr. VIP

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    You really should look into adding nuclear link crawler to your system. As we have done some tests vs linklicious and it has been night and day.
     
  9. Hybrid

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    Just a question I noticed you said that your dripable links arent showing up in yahoo site explorer... You stated that your dripable links are directed at your linkpushing's web 2.0's so why would those show up in yahoo site explorer when they are not directly linking to your money site. They are being used as a way to funnel link juice through to your money site and therefore would not show up as a backlink to your site but to the web 2.0 instead.
     
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  10. isabellamelendez

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    Pretty much agree with op. my links are none to be seen at site explorer, been blasting 5 cycles of linkwheels per website last month, submitted all the links to linklicous and backlinkbooster. but only 20 links got credited on site explorer after a month. lol.

    but the good thing is my sites increased their keyword rankings from nowhere to top 10. so i guess that maybe site explorer is not that much accurate right now or the links may not show up on the results, but the juice is still passed. :)
     
  11. Hybrid

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    Honestly people spend to much time checking Yahoo site explorer. If your site is moving up in the SERPS nothing else matters. Its well known that site explorer only shows something like 30% of all backlinks.
     
  12. kinox

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    Yeah YSE is on its way out, use something like Majestic instead.
     
  13. genebadd

    genebadd Junior Member

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    I think I said, or at least my intention, was to see the web2.0 properties from the linkpush in site explorer, which was a no go. Also, although I have not done this in a couple weeks, but inserting the linkpush properties into site explorer showed no backlinks except the occasional 1 or 2 links from other web20 properties in the push.
     
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    well I am also using all 3 services you mentioned. Here is my Review for all 3 services.

    1. Regarding linklucious

    They do not provide indexing service. they clearly mentioned they will make rss feed or your backlinks and that will be crawled. So it is high chance that they will get indexed.

    Note that, google do not index all backlinks, specifically blog comments and forum backlinks they do not indexing so easily after panda updates..

    2. Drippable service

    This service is working, although not all backlinks are indexed by google. To check whether a backlink indexed by google or not, put the respective url in search engine. it is the 100% way to know whether respective backlinks indexed or not. I will recommend this service to use for web 2.0 properties created for your websites. Do not use your main website.

    3. Linkpushing.net

    This is a very good service. It will give link diversity in your seo campaign. This service will give you good result for keywords upto 0.30 competition, where you can see serps result very quick. But for high competitive keywords, you can not depend on this service alone. OP of this service also said same thing as you should try other seo approaches with this seo service.

    If you are looking for instant results and keyword competition level upto 0.70, then i will recommend you to use entri3 service [Deadly SEO] mentioned in service thread section of bhw.

    All the service above gives good result, but you have to keep patience. SEO is all about patience.
     
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  15. IamBlackhatter

    IamBlackhatter Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I love all the three service but linklicious was down for site update
     
  16. RealEcon

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    I tried linklicious and didnt see great results. So Ive pretty much decided that its just better to just go after links that have no problem getting indexed and staying indexed. I know some services are just for links getting crawled, but why spend the time and money on backlinks that need this kind of babying? I dont find these types of links to be a long term cost effective ranking method.
     
  17. Poppa Rotzee

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    There technically isn't a difference between being crawled and being indexed. WHAT YOU SAY!?!?!?!?!

    Let me explain, Google has several large databases, "Page rank, indexed, news, images, crawled, cached, etc." All of these store information about the web and about the links that make it up.

    Now there ARE some dead, lost in no mans land, links that are unknown to google and always will be without some kind of 3rd party assistance, e.g. forum profiles.

    Linklicious, for example, pings these links and others so that Google CAN find them and then crawls them. The second that google crawls them, it adds them to one of its databases...if its CRAWLED, google knows about it and a certain amount of weight is given to it and can boost your SERPS.

    Some of these crawled links will stay in the crawled database and others get put in the indexed database. In either case, whether just crawled or actually indexed, both scenarios involve google adding it to its database and therefore charging those links with the power to boost your SERPS.

    So when I say there isn't a difference between being crawled and indexed, I of course mean there isn't a difference because they are both links stored in googles database in a way that can boost your SERPS...true one may be more valuable than the other...but you guys need to stop viewing indexing as being the only proof google knows about your links and the only way you can increase your serps.

    You can rank all day long without a single indexed link, so long as you are using crawled links...we've done plenty of case studies for emailers and even posted them on the forums.
     
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  18. proudlytwisted

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    Interesting! Thanks for the info!
     
  19. xsalvador

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    I haven't been reading anything amazing about Linklicious either; best advice is to backlink your backlinks as much as possible with bookmarking and rss pings.

    I'm currently trying backlinks indexer, I'll know after doing a SB check next month if it's worth 15 a month.
     
  20. chano420

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    For whatever reason, most of my linkpush links do not show up in webmaster tools or yahoo site explorer. But I can tell you this....

    I did 1 linkpush to 100 micros (low seo comp, high adsense comp) and within 2 weeks 20% of them were ranked above the fold of the first page.

    I then launched another 100 micros with no links what so ever and within 2 weeks I had 1 site that was above the fold.

    Im not sure why the linkpush links dont show up, but I do know they help.
     
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