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Linklicious... Thinking About Getting Basic Paid account. Should I?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by Dan Da Man, Aug 18, 2011.

  1. Dan Da Man

    Dan Da Man Elite Member Premium Member

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    I have heard so much about linkicous and I am thinking about getting the 14.95 a month plan. What is your guys luck with it? Is it worth it? Im tired of wasting time creating RSS feeds and getting links indexed.
     
  2. Dan Da Man

    Dan Da Man Elite Member Premium Member

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    Anyone?
     
  3. Hybrid

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    I hear different things about the service all the time. People say that you dont need to get your links indexed for them to count, you only need to get them crawled and thats exactly what linklicious promises and delivers.
     
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    From what I have heard on here yes you should. Try it for 3 months if it doesn't work go to another service. But I have definetly read of people on here who swear by it.
     
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    Have you checked out Lindexed?
     
  6. Dan Da Man

    Dan Da Man Elite Member Premium Member

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    I havent heard any bad things about it yet, so i guess its worth a shot!
     
  7. Dan Da Man

    Dan Da Man Elite Member Premium Member

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    No I have not. Have you tried lindexed?
     
  8. ayansx

    ayansx Newbie

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    considering linklicious myself. I've heard good things about it. Esp. b/c it drip feeds it which helps with link velocity.
     
  9. BassTrackerBoats

    BassTrackerBoats Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    I'm a fan of them and use them for my personal sites as well as my service.
     
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  10. Dan Da Man

    Dan Da Man Elite Member Premium Member

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    Just signed up. Really makes it easier when you are producing thousands of links a day. 10,000 for the basic is a good start.
     
  11. drywallrob

    drywallrob Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I like their service. Plus the extra links from one hour back links you get each month are nice. They can add to your AA list.

    Can't wait for my Xrumer license to be activated... Gonna fill up my link account finally.. 50k links, here I come!
     
  12. Dan Da Man

    Dan Da Man Elite Member Premium Member

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    50k? I thought they only had 10,000 or 100,000? THose one hour backlinks are each month? I thought it was just for one time. Nice....
     
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    Thanks!

    Yes, it's a great service and has many little things about it that make it very useful.

    And the free links from OneHourBacklinks.com are given out every month. You'll get a single-use coupon good for whatever subscription level your Linklicious account is.
     
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    Hi: can you send me a lin or tell me more about that? I couldn't find anything on the FAQ http://onehourbacklinks.com/faq.html
     
  15. Dan Da Man

    Dan Da Man Elite Member Premium Member

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    Hey I have a question. When using your service, let's say that I am building around 10,000 links a day and entering them in linklicous. How would use the drip feed feature when the next day I will be entering in 10,000 links. I want to make sure I get all my links crawled, but I hear dripfeeding is more efficient. Thanks
     
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    I have the Linklicious account. It works great for me and you get a free bonus backlinking service once a month
     
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    YOU_HAVE_BEEN_HACKED Newbie

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    yes, i think u should do it
     
  18. kralcx

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    You just schedule it for however many links a day you want spidered. I believe on a brand new site it is recommended to drip feed 50 a day, but you can schedule whatever you want.
     
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    i think you should go for it man!
     
  20. Poppa Rotzee

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    Ok, here is how this works. There technically isn't a difference between being crawled and being indexed. WHAT YOU SAY!?!?!?!?!

    Let me explain, Google has several large databases, "Page rank, indexed, news, images, crawled, cached etc." All of these store information about the web and about the links that make it up.

    Now there ARE some dead, lost in no mans land, links that are unknown to google and always will be without some kind of 3rd party assistance, e.g. forum profiles.

    Linklicious, for example pings these links and others so that Google CAN find them and then crawls them fast. The second that google crawls them, it adds them to one of its databases...if its CRAWLED, google knows about it and a certain amount of weight is given to it and can boost your SERPS.

    Some of these crawled links will get put in the indexed database. In either case, whether just crawled or actually indexed, both scenarios involve google adding it to its database and therefore charging those links with the power to boost your SERPS.

    So when I say there isn't a difference between being crawled and indexed, I of course mean there isn't a difference because they are both links stored in googles database in a way that can boost your SERPS...true one may be more valuable than the other...but you guys need to stop viewing indexing as being the only proof google knows about your links and the only way you can increase your serps.

    You can rank all day long without a single indexed link, so long as you are using crawled links...we've done plenty of case studies for emailers and even posted them on the forums.

    Fact is, both indexing and crawling increase your SERPS but crawling is quicker, easier and more cost effective (Not to mention it will index naturally on its own anyway)