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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by milans, May 16, 2011.

  1. milans

    milans Regular Member

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    Hi Guys,

    I'm wondering if anyone is using linklicious for getting backlinks indexed and what your experiences are with this service? I'm thinking of getting an account but I'm also considering uploading rss feeds to my own server and pinging/bookmarking manually as an alternative.

    Thanks for your input! :)

    EDIT: By the way I want to index my AMR livelinks and web 2.0 sites.
     
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  2. mikemeth

    mikemeth Power Member

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    does not work very well for me
     
  3. Georgebg

    Georgebg Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Well I have been using it, and yes it does help my indexing.


    Another thing I do to help indexing and power-up my backlinks is do a Scrapebox or Xrumer Blast to the Web 2.0s/ Article Dirs like I do in my Service - LinkPWN.

    Usually Actuall Links index your other links better than just RSS Feeds/Pinging like LinkLicious :)
     
  4. Extropy

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    Strictly speaking, it isn't an indexing service. It'll help with indexing, but that isn't the goal of the service.

    Most of the cheap links aren't crawled by Google because they are so poorly linked. This gets them found. It also drips out the links slowly because pinging a bazillion links at once will get you sandboxed.
     
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    It works good at getting my sb link indexed or at least I think it does ( I also use bulkping make an rss them submit to senuke rss.
     
  6. milans

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    Do you have experience using linklicious? Does it work well?

    I also have a question about hosting an RSS feed on your own server linking to articles pointing at your site or pointing at articles that point at web 2.0 that in turn point to your site:

    Do you think this will create some sort of footprint because you are linking to these backlinks from your own server (and thus it's better to use linklicious to prevent footprint)?

    (I submit the feed to RSS aggregators)
     
  7. Patel

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    I think he owns linklicious.

    Linklicious works good, but I just hate how slowly it drips out. I never schedule my pings and I have seen way better results than dripping 40 links a day.

    I dont see how that would ever get you results by dripping 40 links a day when you have a limit of 10k daily. If you submit 10k links, and Linklicious only drops 40 a day, that would take 200 days just to finish your 10k limit per day.

    I see the best results when I dont drip it, I just throw all my links in there, turn off schedule pings, and let it do work.
     
  8. milans

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    Thanks for the input :)

    How old are your domains? I currently have a couple of 2 month old websites, do you think I should drip feed the links in linklicious or not?
     
  9. Extropy

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    Keep in mind you can set the drip rate to be whatever you want. We've not seen any negative results from 40/day but you can crank it if you want. Also, new submissions run in parallel so if you submit 1000 now and 1000 in 5 minutes they'll drip at the same time.


    My suggestion is to start slow. If you ping 1000 links that point to your money site, you're just asking for a penalty.

    Previously I was very aggressive with link building and pinging and ended up killing two client sites. They've both been gone for about 6 months now and it has cost us an easy 250K/month in business. Since then I've decided ranking in 4 or 6 weeks with little risk is much better than pushing it back to 10 days like I was doing.

    As always, take what you read on here (including my experience) and test for yourself. Too many people don't test and just parrot what they read. Since hitting sites hard is working well for Patel, who am I to say differently? I can just state that every week we get someone complaining about being sandboxed from pinging hundreds/thousands a day.

    This is all one big game. Enjoy it!
     
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    He is the owner of LinkLicious :p


    Well I personaly sometimes backlink my RSS Links made by LinkLicious to further help indrex the feeds + the intiial links.
     
  11. dotthei

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    Say I build 20 web 2.0 properties that point to my money site...

    then I build 1,000 Scrapebox links to the web 2.0 properties...and then ping the SB links...

    will this hurt my money site?
     
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    Moayediyan Regular Member

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    No because the web 2.0 properties will serve as buffer sites. Your money site will get affected.
     
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    well said.
     
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  14. milans

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    Thanks guys :)

    Do you think hosting rss feeds on my own server that point to articles and web 2.0 properties that in turn point to my site will create a footprint because it might look like some kind of link wheel?

    mysite rss feed >> articles >> mysite

    or:

    mysite rss feed >> articles >> web 2.0 >> mysite

    I've just noticed that you can only pay by cc at linklicious and I don't have one :p
     
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    No, this won't hurt your site. If you do 1000 links to one page every day and then ping it, that may get you dinged. But since you divide it among 20 (or more) 2.0s, really it's only 50 links each.




    Everything we do leaves a footprint, so the question is what is the risk. I can't see much of a risk of being a 'linkwheel'. However, if your site is ever manually examined you could get found out. But then again I think that's the case for most all of us. I don't want G manually looking at any of our customer sites!

    And yes, Linklicious only takes credit cards. We plan on cutting it over to accept paypal also, but that's a ways out. Sorry...
     
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    Does linklicious accept PP, i can't find it
     
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    No, PayPal is not accepted.

     
  18. BigLarry

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    "Linklicious only takes credit cards."
     
  19. mrdexter

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    I use both methods, I have a site which just displays links in a kind of socail bookmarking manner, and I use linklicious too.

    I have to say for the links from lesser PR domains, linklicious has been great at getting them acknowledged, and for most of my domains I don't need 40k backlinks, so by submitting the drips I get best value for my scrapebox blasts.

    That said, after about a month google has now fully indexed my link site, and crawls new pages within a day or two.

    I will continue with linklicious, purely because the low price saves me the time of submitting to my own site, and as everyone always tells me how link velocity is important, I don't want to ping a scrapebox blast in one go, when some of these sites might only get 1 or 2k such links bult to them before swithching to better quality backlinks.
     
  20. Zoolane

    Zoolane Newbie

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    Would like to see a PayPal option, have had unpleasant experiences before with credit card subscriptions.