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My SEnuke properties don't get indexed!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by luca6899, Jun 9, 2010.

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  1. luca6899

    luca6899 Registered Member

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    Hi,

    I have made a few web 2.0 properties with SEnuke, and unfortunately they don't get indexed!:confused:

    I have tried different ways to index them into the search engines (Building links, Making a RSS Icerocket feed with all your links, Adding RSS feeds to different aggregators, Bookmarking my web 2.0 properties online...)

    But it is still not working. Now when I look in google (site:) it says that there's nothing there. BUT if I check it in ScrapeBox it says a few of the websites ARE indexed... I don't understand what the problem could be. I spun the article to 40% with a few HTML spins aswell. Before I thought that it could be duplicate content...

    What could possibly be the problem?

    Thanks in advance, :D
    Luca
     
  2. pipey

    pipey Registered Member

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    How long exactly have you been trying to get these pages indexed? You've just wasted a load of your own time, stop worrying about them becoming indexed and work on something else, they will be indexed sooner or later, just wait for it, don't bother spending (What seems like ages?) trying to get indexed!
     
  3. luca6899

    luca6899 Registered Member

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    I have been trying to get it indexed for the last 2 weeks (pulling my hairs out)

    I have bought SEnuke and literally have not seen ANY results with it. I'm paying 130$ a month for this, and still got nothing which is a total shame. I have seen a lot of people talking about how good the program is, looked in the forums, watched videos, talked with different SEnuke experts. But I can't get this final thing done to see any results. And I have done a lot of different things mentioned in BHW and SEnuke forums... Thanks for the help anyway.

    Luca
     
  4. xboxps3wow

    xboxps3wow Power Member

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    Did you expect to buy senuke and get 1st page in 2 weeks? Nothing works like that doesn't matter what anyone says. I submit articles manually and they get indexed fine. I spin my articles up to 70-85% tho (manually, so they make sense)
     
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    luca6899 Registered Member

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    I'll be honest. In the beginning I did :p

    but I understood that that were fairytales from the first 3 days. That's not the case now. I just don't see ANY results. That is the problem.
     
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    dont use site,only copy the url created to google search.
     
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    luca6899 Registered Member

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    Yes I tried that too. But there's nothing there...

    I also checked the pages, which Scrapebox says that they ARE indexed. But I see nothing.
     
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    the problem i find is that Google has gotten smarter SO if your properties have no comments on them then i think that google see's it as a self promotion tactic and hence does not index it...also you have to add more content to the properties over time you cannot leave it with one article on it..

    for me i just comment spam with anchor text with scrape box.. all that se nuke suff is becomming to long winded..
     
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    user217 Newbie

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    I don't have much faith in SENuke's web2 properties anymore. In fact, although I like the product itself, it is losing ground. I also find it hard to get SENuke-generated pages indexed.

    I've had a lot more success recently using microblogging (identi.ca in particular) to get sites indexed fast (some in under an hour). I do think social networks provide much more benefit and I concentrate on these much more.
     
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    Blast them with SB and watch them indexed!
     
  11. poosc

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    Only problem is that indenti.ca changed their groups to nofollow ie you can no longer join hundreds of groups with high PR and get that PR passes down as easily to your profile page. Yes it is still doable but this used to be a common tool for indexing links but it's got harder.
     
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    I think the most important question here is how's your content? Is it spun? And if so I'm guessing its spun quite badly? How many articles did you write and how many times have you spun it?

    You see, I manually create my web 2.0 properties and write a unique article for each one, yes its a pain in the ass at times but I guarantee after bookmarking I will have it indexed within a day, and that is just a single page web 2.0 property.

    If you insist on spinning your articles then you need to put a lot more time into it to make them more unique. Google has grew smart when it comes to using web 2.0 properties for self promotion, you can no longer stick a shoddy poorly spun article onto one and expect it to help your rankings or in this case even get indexed!
     
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    Watch the advanced spinning video..makes it alot easier to get higher uniqueness
     
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    Not a fairy tale. It all depends on the KWs you target.

    There is a lot of great info in the SENuke forum that deals directly with indexing problems, so if you haven't read that already, you should check it out.

    With that said, SENuke is not what makes the great results. If it was, everyone that owned it would be completely dominating Google.

    How good are you getting your sites indexed without SEnuke?
     
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    Pm me and I will show you how to get them indexed.... with articles spun to 60-70% uniqueness i get about 80% indexed
     
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    some profile links cant be indexed because of permiission stuff.
     
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    May be the keyword that you are targeting is too competitive. I wouldn't worry getting the properties geting indexed. I prefer to let google find it naturally.
     
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    submit them to identi.ca. I usually get them indexed in less than 20 minutes (but I always use 100 unique content)
     
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    Where were the properties? Not your specific address, but which places?
     
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    I used the latest senuke 6.7 latest cracked and my articles and profile links always get approved! The trick is to post its link on a Highly crawled site like http://identi.ca/ .

    There are a lot of alternatives that always get my articles and web 2.0 profiles get indexed within 24 hours! ALL THE TIME - As long as it has alot of crawles and your url will show up on their front page.. Google will always crawl and index