You need to get those links indexed by yourself. That´s sad and may seem to be a huge load lot of more work, but true. So, This is a little guide and insights for those who accomplished the most hard task of their lives until now that was automating a decent backlink structure, only to find big g´s cold shoulder and not giving a crap about their three hundred pr3 half assed signature link only profiles or blog comments carefully spun with the last thesaurus on heavily spammed chinese websites(but auto approve and money back guarantee if comment doesn´t sticks!). So. If you somehow relate to the story above and wants to go a step further, read on. If not, feel free to add to this as you please. This is for not so newbies. I´m sure a lot of people here have missed this particular boat. (These derivate from the legendary yukinari84´s post and are based on a good amount of practice time. I´m here simply sharing insights on what I´ve found to be this method´s best practices. Or at least ones that work from a different perspective.) it´s widely known that by filling rss feeds with your link urls, social bookmarking them and then mass submitting to rss aggregators and lastly RSS pinging your feed urls will get them crawled and at best, indexed. It´s the back end of the campaign, getting them found by spiders. You need to be able to execute publishing via RSS. And you know, it´s more like having a main feed url bookmarked, then spreading copies of this feed quickly all over the rss services and then rss pinging the whole thing. Just no way spiders wouldn´t hit these since they´re everywhere to be found again and again. For a start I would suggest creating accounts on free web hosting areas. Google that. Fill yourself up and enjoy free subdomains, ftp, phpmyadmin, fantastico all the stuff. You can simply create as much properties as you can with your own domains, and if you don´t have throwaway domains you can simply grab a subdomain to use for the purpose of hosting your rss feeds. It is also better from the perspective that your feed will be somewhere else other than your main site, if where am I going to host the rss feeds was your question up until now. If your question tho, was how do I make these damn feeds to index my links, I would suggest a php script such as the widely known links2rss.com , since you can also automate the input creation with macros. You´ll need text spinning here, so go grab yourself a copy of spinnerchief in the downloads section, but hey, considering you already built your links and need to index them remembers me you already know how to use text spinning correct? Okay, remember to download the feed output, since promoting the url inside links2rss domain will get you nowhere since it´s already banned from most rss aggregators and trackers. So, up until now, convert a list of links to feeds with links2rss.com, secondly host them(upload the feeds to the web,open up any ftp(can be done from any adress bar on any folder on the desktop, type in the ftp adress, enter user and pass and then and simply move the file to your hosting account). Oh come on, you already created a huge list of links, You do know how to use ftp right... Okay so now you got urls of feeds containing your link urls. What do you do with these? 3 things: A) Bookmark this URL to several social bookmarking websites. Grab anything that bookmarks in the downloads section. It´ll be enough to get them crawled. then you: B)Mass submit them to rss aggregators, Go grab yourself a nulled of RSSBOT(it´s shared here) or use SENUKE or anything that does that. and automate submissions. C) RSS PING IT. Can be done on the RSSBOT or on Scrapebox. Phew, you´re done. Now go and grab yourself one more dose of wisdom from here: Code: http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/black-hat-seo/252891-backlinks-not-getting-indexed.html#post2259459 Yea... it´s still not enough!! But at least this step is secured. And you´ll start to see with some practice itll take no more than 15 min to do it all. 3-4 days to score a few more links on the yahoo site explorer/w/e you use to check for links. Good luck.