Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by kickasss, Jul 6, 2015.
Hello which one is best for churn and burn.
maybe you are missing the point of these sites, they get your links indexed. they dont create any
Yes i know what they do i'm just asking which one is best for churn and burn.
They are for indexing your links. It doesn't matter if it's churn or burn, ecommerce, affiliate site. All they do is index you links. You may as well be asking what's better for making cheese
Dude, I think the guy is just looking for a good indexer to index his GSA SER blasts etc. as quickly as possible.
I had around 60% success rate with lindexed last time I tried it, which ain't that bad considering low cost ( 1.5M links for 25 bucks)
Yes Orm that's exactly what i'm asking i have gsa seo indexer and i want to use it with a online index service for churn and burn also can you please tell me how long ago did you used Lindexed?
If memory serves me right I used it 6 months ago.
Thank you for your answer.
No problem, I'm glad I could help
I think www.instantlinkindexer.com is the best on the market. I have however used Lindexed in the past and it's decent.
It used to be. As per ILI owner quick indexing method has been patched so it does not work as good as it used to
Have you tried others? How does Lindexed compare? Apparently the owner of TheIncredibleIndexer is "one of the best SEOs in the world" according to some random stuff I read on the GSA forums... It's weird though, they said it was owned by "Holly" but then in other threads they are referring to the owner as "he".
I know for a fact that the guys that own Lindexed don't claim to be the best SEOs in the world if that is any help in your comparison.
I recently ran an Indexing case study for my own personal use. I tested just about every service out there, alone, in combination, without, etc. Dozens of campaigns using same core link building and content methodology to compare results of various services.
The best indexing for blasts/GSA style links comes from using a combination of a traditional indexing service such as Lindexed, Indexification, Link Processor, etc which rely on rss feeds, xml site maps, url shortner, pinging and so forth, with on one of the newer generation services such as Express Indexer, Instant Link Indexer, TheIncredibleIndexer, etc. which use Social Media property signals and syndication methodologies.
I don't know or pretend to know the exact mechanisms by which all these services work, but that's the general understanding I have picked up of them over the years.
In every case, a combination of the two yielded vastly (20-30%) better indexing rates than either of the two types used in isolation.
It's your service isn't it? I actually only found that out today. Is it safe to use indexers for link campaigns aimed at whiter hat websites? I've always assumed the footprint is obvious... Like 100 links to a tier 1 all with statistics sites etc pointed at them (or whichever method is used).
I think Lindexed looks good out of those I've seen. What features would you say make it stand out compared to other indexers?
P.S. it wasn't the owners themselves who claimed to be the best SEOs in the world it was some of the users on the GSA forum who said they ("Holly") are.
how is the indexing rate with Lindexed ? i am interested to buy
Here is a screenshot of my index check from one of my SER projects.....
1 indexed out of over 165, Project has URLs from over the past 11 days or so. It might just be me too used to the speeds of the old instant link indexer but I can get indexification for cheaper than Lindexed that seemed to have very similar indexing rates.
I am thinking of doing my own case study similar to the guy earlier in the thread with Lindexed, Indexification and instantlinkindexer.
I am quite new to indexing actually. After reading alot, I never really come across anyone commenting or say much about indexification. Can I know what is the key difference between Instantlinkindexer and indexification? Is indexification good? I subscribe it because it is now integrated in SEnuke.
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