Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by tomcatplayer, Jul 30, 2019.
Only way is buying their service ia paypa.. And where i live paypal is not available here....
i used the live chat to pay with btc but i have to renew manually every month not sure which other payment methods they take
they didn't response on live chat. waited more than 10 minutes . I will contact them again maybe they will help me with buying with master card.
Yes it took 3 days. I sent a whole lot of different links, probably about 40% profile.
Only two-high profile edu links were not indexed, everything else was.
not too shabby, thanks for the info
I have 30 web2.0 links and 100 profile links to money site have not been indexed for a year. I found the site -I got membership with 50% off"tester" coupon - does not have drip feed option. Is it safe to use all links in one index request or how many have to seperate?
I got this answer from them
"Every large order is drip feed over many days by default. Only sample orders are done all at once."
nice i wasnt sure how they handled it because i just check a couple days later and see them indexed.
Well it's been 5 days since submitting and 34/40 links are indexed. Thanks for the share
not bad sounds like my results. let me guess you were sending profile pages too lol
Hey guys, is there a tool on the market that actually works which can tell me which of my links have been indexed?
If i paste in a whole heap of links?
free or paid? theres a new paid service here on bhw that works but im not sure about free tools anymore. i use the prepostseo tool that just adds site: at the beginning of the url so you can manually check real fast
They were actually all edu profiles with decent DA. Turns out 2 of them were 404 anyway
I don't think the guerrillamail addresses work anymore but this trick is working fine
Aha but it gets more complicated, having done quite a few manual checks with site:URL on Google, I soon realised that sometimes the result is hidden amongst others and if so, you would have to resort to searching for sentences in order to uncover whether the page has been indexed. It's getting tedious and time consuming, hence my question. Is prepost SEO the tool that you recommend?
Shouldn't it just show your exact URL?
what kind of pages are you trying to check? if you are searching site:specificurl wouldnt it only show only the specific page you are searching for
Sometimes you do that and it shows a whole heap of results with the page that you have specified buried deep in the results, so in order to verify whether it has been indexed, I copy and paste a sentence from the page, put the domain name and together perform a search....
I have submitted links 4 days ago with gmail, only 8 of my links are indexed out of 36. These are high DA links. I think it's a hit and miss. Also, they don't support icloud. Tho appreciate for the share.
Give it a couple more days. If it still hasn't worked, you should check that your backlinks are not on pages that have the noindex tag.
Separate names with a comma.