I have a keyword I've been trying to rank and not getting anywhere with it. The monthly search volume is 3,000. Here's what I'm doing. Here's my GSA tiered link setup. I have Web2.0's in a separate tier because I'm testing out SEREngines.com Here's a crappy paint picture of what the tiered structure looks like. My next thought was well I'm building all of these links, maybe they're not getting indexed. I went and checked ahref's. I've been working on this site for about 2 months now trying to figure it all out. The number of links only increases about 10 per day. That was telling me no, my links aren't being indexed. GSA SEO Indexer is a joke. It's like built in drip feeding because it's so slow. I have it at 1000 threads. I could move it to quick indexer, but then that's even less of a chance that my links will get indexed. My next move was to get a decent indexing service. Based solely on the price and the fact that I'm only making 5K links a day. I decided to go with Linkprocessor.net. I wanted some way to verify that my links were getting indexed. The only thing I could think of was Scrapebox index checker. Apparently this isn't a viable solution. I sent a pm to the owner deki33 and asked how to check. His response. So basically I have to build 2 of every site. Just to verify your service is working? Talk about a blind market. How does anyone determine quality between link indexers? It's total domination as well because if your links aren't indexed everything you've done to create them is down the toilet. Here's where I sit from serpcloud. All of my keywords/anchor text have a monthly search below 8K. I thought maybe I had too many anchors in GSA so I dialed it back to just 8. I have all my variations set anywhere between 5-15% on the Data tab in GSA just to give some sort of variation. At this point I'm either going to build so many links it gets deindexed or it will finally rank. It's been 4 weeks now. (I had to restart the GSA campaign half way through) At 3K searches a month I don't think it matters what the keyword is, but I'll pm it to anyone who's willing to help. God knows the last thing I need is more competition.