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Is This Good Method To Get Links Indexed Fast?

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by bstsystems, Jun 6, 2011.

  1. bstsystems

    bstsystems Regular Member

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    I recently saw this comment on one of the threads, and just wanted your opinion on whether this is the best free way to get links indexed quickly.
    Is this a good way, or do you have a better way?

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    Step #1: Use Links2rss to create rss feeds of your links in bulk. You can paste as many links as you want into the interface. Then add spinnable titles and descriptions. Put any website url in for the rss feed link it really doesnt matter.
    Then click on convert and it will bring up the link of your feed or feeds. Right Click on the link and select properties. This will display the url of the newly created rss feed for you to copy.

    Step#2: Submit the feed or feeds to the rss aggregators in senuke or magic submitter. Make sure that you submit your feed to the feedlisting aggregator.

    Step #3: Go Over To Feedlisting and you will see your newly submitted feed on the front page under recently submitted feeds. Click On Your feed link and it will bring up the html page displaying all of your links. Copy that url.

    Step #4: Social Bookmark the html page on feedlisting that is displaying all of your links.

    Step #5: Go Back to links2rss and turn the public html page displaying your links into an rss feed. Click convert and then right click the link and select properties and copy the url.

    Step #6: Submit the new feed of the feedlisting html page to all the aggregators except for feedlisting.

    The next few day you will see A good portion of your profile links already indexed in google and the rest will be found within the upcoming days.
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    Also, I've never made an rss feed before, why would I need spinnable titles and descriptions. So I'm assuming that Links2rss supports the spinning of them? Or, if it is only making 1 feed why is there any spinning involved?

    Couldn't I just submit them to bulkping in the free-rss-submit-online section instead of buying SE nuke or magic submitter?
    Are there any other free rss submission sites that you guys know of that I should submit the feed to?
    I've heard of people getting delisted by google for doing some of these types of things, is that true? What should I avoid doing?
     
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  2. BHopkins

    BHopkins Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    If you need to index your links, you're probably not building the right links. High quality links are on pages that google visits regularly.
     
  3. EAgle Eyes

    EAgle Eyes Newbie

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    Does google still use the PR? Does PR determines the index rate?
     
  4. bluhat

    bluhat Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Marketplace seller Premium Member

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    Of-course, Your all thinking are right.
     
  5. BHopkins

    BHopkins Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    No. I have hundreds of sites with PR0 and new posts get indexed and show up in the SERPs within minutes.

    It's about links and trust.
     
  6. turoc

    turoc Junior Member

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    I have found that using twitter helps to get your links / site pages indexed extremely quickly. Create an rss feed that contains your links, and then tweet the link to the rss feed through a couple of twitter accounts.