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My links are not getting indexed

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ethanmitchel, Sep 3, 2012.

  1. ethanmitchel

    ethanmitchel Regular Member

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    I've been wondering why the backlinks I've been building for a specific website haven't been getting indexed at all?
    I mean I usually ping them and stuff or they get discovered by google themselves but not this time.
    I check and I only have 5 backlinks wtf, I've built over 300 just in the last week or so all natural high pr

    ANY advice on how to get some of those links indexed?
     
  2. Marcink99

    Marcink99 Power Member

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    what links were those? maybe they are on deindex domains or loq quality forum profiles?
     
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    jeromespitfire Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    backlink your backlinks. Scrapebox comments and wikis work well to get links indexed. Another method of indexing is posting your links to several twitter accounts.
     
  4. ethanmitchel

    ethanmitchel Regular Member

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    They were blogposts links, web2.0, ezinearticles, forum posts and NONE of them are getting indexed.
     
  5. ethanmitchel

    ethanmitchel Regular Member

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    Does that still work after penguin & panda? I'm trying to do this all as manual as possible to be in ALMOST control of it.
     
  6. sdeezle

    sdeezle Junior Member

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    I'm finding the same thing, I've made what I consider to be some quality backlinks from relevant sites and they aren't showing up, either through scrapebox backlink checker or google analytics. The web 2.0s I've made and linked back are on google if I do site:web2.0name so that means they are indexed in that sense right? I just don't get why they aren't showing up as backlinks using these tools
     
  7. Marcink99

    Marcink99 Power Member

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    huh? can you pm me your ezine article I would find it very strange that it would not get indexed
     
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    verilix Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Some of my sites are being told they only have single/double digit backlinks, when I know they have thousands. They're also ranking high in the SERPs due to the amount of backlinks. Don't worry about how many tools tell you you have indexed. Just keep building them.
     
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    assphuck Senior Member

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    Poorly spun content, where the uniqueness of the text is low, is likely responsible for difficulties in getting web 2.0 links indexed. Step up your spinning a notch or two and add some detailed info in each spin. By doing this you will find it far easier to index these links in the future and they will benefit your money site even more. Good luck
     
  10. ethanmitchel

    ethanmitchel Regular Member

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    Well thank you but no... that's not the case due to some of those are for example on squidoo and they have unique 600 world article and also a link on my profile there... any other idea why?
     
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    assphuck Senior Member

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    In your first post you noted: "I mean I usually ping them and stuff or they get discovered by google themselves but not this time."

    I'm not sure what the "and stuff" is all about, but a well written article can meet the "indexed worthy" test with a ping alone. Since pinging aint cutting it, I'd say Google thinks your content is thin. I have no problems getting new links indexed within a day. However, I'm not one to ping every link I build because how the link is discovered is most certainly a signal Google looks at to determine the trust/value of the link.

    If all else fails, bookmark the shit out of those web 2.0s. They reside on trusted domains and bookmarks will not do them any harm. Even a scrapebox blast will work as others noted. But seriously, you should consider dropping the pings and use a method to index your links that is more suited to the content you are producing.
     
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  12. ethanmitchel

    ethanmitchel Regular Member

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    Thank you, I will get to it :)