Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by CosmicSoundz, Jun 28, 2012.
Are these services worth using if I am doing scrapebox blasts?
look everyone has their own opinions - for me they are junk and waste of money
but I'm sure you will get other opinions.... cheers.
Why do you think that? What data do you have ?
Depends on what you're blasting with scrapebox. I wouldn't let these services anywhere near my tier 1, but feel free to use them on tier2 and above.
Also make sure you set a drip-rate so that google doesn't notice all the backlinks at once. You want to make it look natural, now more than ever with all the penguins waddling around.
Plus, take a look at lindexed. The way they do things is better than the way linklicious does it, and they're cheaper.
Yeah, I wouldn't bother pinging your big blast/not high quality links. Let them get indexed naturally and hope google still doesn't think you are spamming.
I used both Linklicious and Lindexed.
To quote the first responder, they are junk and a waste of money.
They get Google to crawl pages and Google, and Google alone, decides whether the pages are worth indexing. It was difficult enough to get junk pages indexed in 2011, but in today's post-Penguin world, it's virtually futile. If your pages are good quality, they will be crawled and indexed naturally.
I would spend that money on something more productive, like new articles.
This kind of misinformation is half of the problem. Linklicious isn't an indexer, its a crawler. Linklicious pings your links until Google comes and crawls it and then it adds it to its "Crawled database". It is at THIS point that your links will start working for you in SERPS. You are correct though, Google and Google alone, will then take the links in its CRAWLED DATABASE, and choose which ones it wants to index.
But you have to be in its crawled database first, Linklicious is that first step. You CAN wait weeks or months for your links to naturally get crawled (If ever, depending on what kind of link it is) or you can send it through an automated pinger, like linkicious that gets your links through the first process and into Googles database.
I know. Which is why I said, 'They get Google to crawl pages'.
Yeah, which is why I said its "HALF" the problem, because you focus only on indexing and think that is the only important thing. Its not. Effectiveness of a link starts at the crawling stage, and like you said..only GOOGLE can determine what gets indexed...so its a waste of money and time spent on trying to get them indexed. Its money that could be spending butt loads of more crawled links, that will become indexed naturally over time. If you want indexed links....just buy them already indexed.
Here is a great case study done by a blackhatworld user here that did an incredibly detailed comparison, Linklicious was one of the tools. You can see how effective Linklicious was for yourself =)
LOL - alot has changed since January... you got to be alot more conservative.
What has changed is that you can't hyper focus on a small group of anchor text or select keywords...you need link build for your URL and related keywords. Linklicious is a pinger, it gets links crawled and links must be crawled from to ever start working for you. THAT will never, ever change. And Linklicious does that as good as you can do it. 100% crawl rate.
Linklicious has never been THE strategy, its only ever been THE tool. Strategies changed, this tools effectiveness did not.
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