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Issues with Indexing GSA SER backlinks??

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Cratos, Jun 29, 2015.

  1. Cratos

    Cratos Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I've been having issues with indexing these damn GSA SER links lately. Is anyone experiencing the same?
     
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    Yeah, I'm seeing it as well; but also on other link types that indexed quite well in the past.


    Either Google is now completely ignoring certain links and/or they are delaying indexing.
     
  3. rock30

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    Yes I am also facing the same issues.
     
  4. Cratos

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    yeah it's very odd.. these links used to index right away. I've been waiting weeks now. Not one showing up.

    my web 2.0s still index well though.
     
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    Google may have caught on to some GSA footprint? It's not that hard really.....lots of default anchors created even in well configured projects.
     
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    yup. same here. my links are not indexed rapidly unlike before
     
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    yeah very true that's what i've thought of as well. Should be very easy to catch on to, it amazes me that they don't. Unless their just working on something even bigger (artificial intelligence) and not even worried about updating this algo of theirs again and again. Only the insiders know. But they seem pretty retarded to have to come and check up on a bh forum all the time in order to get their stuff together.

    thanks for your input. I've noticed im not alone.

    thanks for that post, but I really don't trust these type of posts... always something a little fishy behind them.

    I think what the answer would be just to create more contextual links. Really no other alternative.
     
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    I don't bother with indexing anymore, i only ping them once, don't see a lot of difference in ranking either, i have no hard data on it, because it is not easy to test this hypothesis, but i am strongly starting to belief that indexing backlinks is overrated.
     
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    Cratos, I guarantee you 100% that the poster is not affiliated with lindexed in any way at all. I own it, along with Scripteen, and it is just us two involved and we have nobody else out there touting our service on our behalf.
     
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