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Linklicious Alternative?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by jerzydawg, Jul 27, 2011.

  1. jerzydawg

    jerzydawg Supreme Member

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    Ive been using Linklicious for a month now but was curious if there was a better alternative for getting my links crawled/indexed. Does anyone have suggestions or should I stick with the service?
     
  2. Windmill

    Windmill Supreme Member

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    Stick with the service. If its the money (which I doubt) twittering your backlinks works too.
     
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  3. mongorock

    mongorock Registered Member

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    linkilicious the best for me !
     
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    Lindexed is great, and has indexed alot of my links.

    haven't tried linkilicious though.
     
  5. Typlo

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    I use backlinkbooster.com, and it seems to be doing well so far.
     
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    Check out linkaloha, I heard that there's a huge update for it coming soon :D
     
  7. genotip

    genotip Regular Member

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    everything is doing the same, Linklicious it's just pinging.... the only thing is good at Linklicious is the crawling but.. hmmm... i don't really care to know it...

    i build some small system doing just the same, upload bulk txt, make 301 on 2 extra domains and ping those links 3 times during the month automaticlly.

    i spend time indexing only high PR backlinks. those spam links are just spam, many of them will die next week - no poing of doing more then that (+ maybe to add some blog and add cron for it)
     
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  8. Poppa Rotzee

    Poppa Rotzee Power Member Premium Member

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    It isn't smart to just reping all willy nilly... when you reping a
    link that has been crawled, but hasn't changed, it can incur a
    penalty. Linklicious only repings its links until it has been crawled,
    then never again. On top of that we use 20 different domains, and
    allow pro users to use their own domain so that there is no footprint.
     
  9. BlackSEOWizard

    BlackSEOWizard Regular Member

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    Linkilicious is great for what it does, but it is not an indexing tool. Indexing tools are much more expensive to scale.

    Linkilicious is great for getting bulk links (forum profiles and blog posts) crawled. Just because they are crawled, does not mean they will be indexed. Once they are crawled, in theory your site would start to see link juice benefit.

    Indexing is another story, bulk links like forum profiles are not likely to index well anyway, and running through a more complicated system will not always yield you better results.

    An indexing system will do a great job for article & web 2.0 link types, because not only do you want them crawled, you want them in the search engine index. To get a good stick rate with indexing, it requires more than just pinging and using RSS feeds. This will help over doing nothing and will provide a decent stick rate, but if you really want to see your stick rate go higher you need to do some backlinking.
     
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  10. BlackSEOWizard

    BlackSEOWizard Regular Member

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    If those links never get picked up by the search engines (indexed or not) they will not provide value to your site. Getting those links crawled (even if they never get indexed) is important, and that is where Linkilicious can help.

    I recently signed up for a trial account with Linkilicious and so far it looks like a really good system. For high PR backlinks, I will throw them through my personal indexing networks as well as linkilicious.
     
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  11. Windmill

    Windmill Supreme Member

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    In many ways though, we benefit from our links not getting indexed. It covers your tracks, but you get link juice. Win-win :)
     
  12. BlackSEOWizard

    BlackSEOWizard Regular Member

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    If they are giving you link juice, then your tracks are not covered. Unless you are referring to competition. If you mean Google, if they give you link juice, they know all about it.
     
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    Windmill Supreme Member

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    I mean in regards to competition. Against the competition, your tracks are covered... which is a most glorious thing :D
     
  14. BlackSEOWizard

    BlackSEOWizard Regular Member

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    Create enough links, they won't be able to make sense of it all anyway.
     
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    not that 40 bucks is a lot of money per month. but to use your regular vs pro, the only practical difference I see other than qty is that I cannot use my own domains in the regular one. i think it is absolute, utter madness to use your regular service , even if it spread over 20 domains. thats a helluva footprint with a ton of users. would love to use your service, but no way im tying all my stuff into that. dont mind paying extra but its the principle of the matter, its like saying pay me 5 times more to not fuck yourself with our service...its insulting imo
     
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    Poppa Rotzee Power Member Premium Member

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    The 20 domains is big enough that it won't be a foot print, as far as "Fucking People", we use it ourselves since the beginning with absolutely no problems. The only reason we created customizable domains is because people asked for it...not because we believe it is needed.

    As for extra benefits you also get unlimited API integration's as well as getting 54.50 credit at onehourbacklinks (54.50 worth of free backlinks).
     
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    I came off stronger than I wanted, no offense taken I hope.

    20 of the same domains is still 20 of the same domains used over and over again.

    If/when the service gets manually tagged it will create a ton of problems

    I know this is a 'use it or not' sort of deal but I still wanted to speak my mind as a consumer.

    I'll end up grabbing the higher end package to use my own domains, plus it seems more and more software that I use is integrating with you guys so the api will be nice.

    Thanks :)
     
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    Even if you use your own domain with linlicious you will still have the same footprint, since google also looks for the IP and I really doubt that they put a different class C ip for each custom domain and even if they do the whole network will be picked up. When google have the time they will take a look at all the pinging services and reduce the effectiveness of pinged links.
     
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    Also you can save your money, if you are spamming blogs only then the odds are that someone else has already pinged the urls :)
     
  20. Poppa Rotzee

    Poppa Rotzee Power Member Premium Member

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    People said the same things about link building of all types (Forum profiles, articles, etc) for years and years. If they want to kill something, they are smart enough to kill it. But for now it works great :)