So June 2015 hit and ALL the indexers stopped working as well. We heard a LOT of 'theory' about how to index links. Case Studies, indexing services making claims that they could still index links, etc. I also see a lot of threads asking 'how do I index XYZ' which makes my head spin. The truth? I have not seen a single indexer has impressed me since June 2015. So that got me into my lab to figure things out. Here are some facts: 1. No more 'instant indexing' 2. Submit URL to Google still indexes links QUICKLY 3. All traditional indexers no longer work as well 4. You still pay the same for indexing 5. Some links on the same platform can take different times to index 6. Some links, which were hard to index before, are even more difficult to index now. Before I move forward, I did a LOT of split testing on indexing Profile Links. No traditional link indexer did any justice, not that any had a high success rate to begin with. Profile links did not index well before June hit, and were even worse after. But that was the basis for how I proceeded. I looked at what would index my Profile Links. 1. Massive amount of Blog Comments 2. Massive amount of Social Bookmarks 3. Massive amount of Social Signals Do not ask me why, but if I blasted several thousand social signals, a page would index. Would SERPs improve? Not at all. But at least I would get it indexed. So from that point I moved backwards. After some testing on Profile Links post 2016 Index - Apocalypse I noticed that I could still get links to index. But as a 'quality vs quantity' approach I had issues sending 1,000s of blog comments to a 'good link' I made. So I found my limits of what would index a link. Spam still worked. So I decided to take a look at what could I do in the least amount to get my good links to index. Anyways, after some testing, here are the most successful ways I found to index links now (Feel free to add your own): - Moderate amount of blog comments on highly crawled blogs or websites (highly active blogs) - High Volume of Social Signals (Yes, for some reason this tends to work) - Massive amounts of spam as tier three - Press Releases - Putting your link on a highly crawled 'link farm' The surprising part of 'put your link on a link farm' was that I found it pretty easy to take a BUNCH of links, put them onto a Web 2.0 or PBN domain and submit it to Google. It got crawled and EVERYTHING indexed quickly. But boy, it sure was stupid to leave that kind of foot print, right? Well, that is where you need to be creative. Submitting one link to WMT is a sure way to take a life time to index all of your links and for the paranoid, you never want to submit a tier link into your money sites WMT. Sure, you can do a dummy account, but it all looks suspicious after a while and again, takes too long. So I starting to put up some dummy PBN sites on free hosting. I would put a bunch of links onto my page, submit to google, then remove the links after they get indexed. This was still super risky, so I started doing this on tier three only, and that did the trick fairly well. Remember my point of 'Some links on the same platform can take different times to index'? Well, that had me puzzled. As time went on, it became harder and harder to index SPAM contextual links. For example, if I had two identical sites with tier two of contextual links, one set using poorly spun content, and the other using fresh content, the fresh would index quicker. Even after I would add tier three and force it to index, the junk contextual links in tier two would take longer to index and due to this so did tier one. So far this is a lot of rambling, and things I found. But I will wrap a short thread up with exactly the combination of things I use now to get my links indexed: 1. Low volume of cheap social signals 2. Moderate amount of 'quality' blog comments 3. Highly crawled Web 2.0 links with highly crawled, unique and indexed content (Hint: I use Tumblr - Image with new description will get indexed) *Quality means highly crawled domains That is what I use to index my tier one properties in a hurry. For my lower tier links this is not possible for things such as Parasites, so I: 1. Take my submitted spam URLs and put them onto a dummy domain and submit it to google 2. Fire up a tier two / three / four of 100% garbage to the tune of 10,000 + links This is exactly how I index my links now. Not an amazing share but I hope someone finds this useful.