My struggle to get web 2.0 properties indexed. Will this work?

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  1. 6000RWHP

    6000RWHP Regular Member

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    Scrapebox Rapid Indexer, Scrapebox blog comments, and Xrummer have about a 5% success rate at getting my 100s of web 2.0 properties indexed.

    Should I just buy a high PR blog for like $50 and post my properties in a post until indexed? Then delete when indexed?
     
  2. tygrus

    tygrus Supreme Member

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    social bookmarks to digg, propeller, mixx and jumptags.

    ping each of those links after wards and you should be indexed within mere days.
     
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    virus_1720 Elite Member

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    it only that was so easy tygrus.

    @OP : Search for Yukinari's Thread about how to get sites indexed. That should work but if you are building too many Web2.0 Properties then not all will be indexed. Good content + That trick = Some Indexation
     
  4. 6000RWHP

    6000RWHP Regular Member

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    Update:

    I posted 17 of my Web 2.0 properties in a post on a PR 2 blog I own.

    Result:

    10/17 are indexed 24 hours later. :)

    So, I guess I'll delete the 10 indexed links from the blog and replace them w/ 10 more in the queue, and so on and on.

    I'm a little worried that Google may stop visiting my blog if it realizes I'm using it to index links.
     
  5. mdhb2

    mdhb2 Newbie

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    yup , i agree with @6000RWHP that method is great
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/members/76729-6000rwhp.html
     
  6. SpeedDemon

    SpeedDemon Regular Member

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    Its so weird how my autoblog doesn't index anything...

    I am also wondering if the OP's idea would work