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Nuclear Link Indexer Vs Linklicious Vs Lindexed

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by cocococo, Nov 11, 2012.

  1. cocococo

    cocococo Senior Member

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    Am having trouble indexing my links this days, the strategy I use has got alot to do with getting list, but all my list died off and looking for other simple services.

    Have tried linklicious and never able to indexed my link, all it does is crawl, i know there is a big difference to crawling and indexing links, have use the search on the forum and get mixed reviews about this services.

    Just need an opinion of current users of this services, and the index rate, not the crawling rate.

    Cheers
     
  2. creativepotion

    creativepotion Regular Member

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    I asked the exact question around 3 weeks ago, and was informed that indexed is the best out of all 3 right now.
    Nuclear Link Indexer - thats a indexing service offered by a WSO user right?
     
  3. eng152

    eng152 Power Member

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    I used Linklicious few months ago and Not happy with that service. Now I use Lindexed and get a reasonable service :)
     
  4. cocococo

    cocococo Senior Member

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    what's their indexing rate? were you able to manage to index the link, not just crawling
     
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    I am using Lindexed and I think it is the best one in my opinion.
     
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    Leith Jr. Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Lindexed beats Linklicious ANY DAY.
     
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    maybe the problem is the urls u try to index? just wondering...
     
  8. madoctopus

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    Just like you I wasn't not happy with any existing service. So I went and developed my own. While indexing rate is not 100%, and for certain types of pages may even be low, it performs significantly better than any indexing service. On top of that it improves the link juice a bit too, not just get them indexed. I am now working on expanding this into a public service and hope to be ready within one month.

    I will not go over the reasons why some link types may not be indexed well (not even with my system or any other possible system), but just so you get an idea I will enumerate some possible reasons:

    1. Domain is sandboxed/penalized - in this case, Google may crawl but not index the pages on it. Most often doesn't even bother to crawl. This is the case with many domains that got spammed with crappy content like article directories, auto-approve blogs, etc.
    2. Domain has poor internal linking structure (no or very few links to deep pages)
    3. Domain has low trust and/or is seen as a weak domain by Google. It is the case with most domains we spam using automated tools.
    4. Domain number of pages increases at a rate that is too fast compared to the trust the domain has with Google and the rate Google finds normal. The indexing rate will be much lower than its growth rate.
    5. URL contains very little unique content compared so it is seen as a duplicate of another page on the domain (case with poorly done social bookmark posts).
    6. URL contains too much similar content with other page on the internet from other domain. This is the least common reason and in most cases if the other reasons do not apply you can actually index a completely non-unique page as long as it is on a somewhat trusted domain.

    Reason 1 if it applies to a domain will essentially make it impossible to index no matter what you do to it. I've even built .gov and .edu links from PR5 pages to such pages and they were not indexed. The domain was literally dead beyond recovery.

    Any combination of 2,3,4,5 including just one of those reasons alone will make pages on such a domain not get indexed easily or not get indexed at all. While my system increases the number of pages that get indexed even in these situations (especially cases with little unique content or non-unique content) it does not reach 100%.

    What I do is run my URLs through my system and wait a week. After that week I go and check which URLs are indexed and which not. I take the list of domains with URLs not indexed and add it to the blacklisted domains so I never build links on them. Why? Because those links may harm me. If Google doesn't even find that domain worthy to get indexed then it most likely will not like me have many links from such domains. Also, I don't waste server resources doing useless things.

    Bottom line is, while most indexing services are crappy by design, it is not always only their fault.
     
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  9. cocococo

    cocococo Senior Member

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    Finally signed up for lindexed will see in coming days how many got indexed, even though this is a crawling service.
     
  10. hardcorebiker

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    Good decision. I have had great success with them and they allow 50k links a day which is unbeatable. Go for it!
     
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    May I ask you bro, Is GSA SEO indexer add the whole url as far as i know it usually ads the domain root instead of url

    let say if have a backlink from : site.com/blog/1233 , Will GSA SEO indexer going to add whole url?



    OP! Try Backlinksindexer, its quite expensive but the results I've got with that are incredible. You should use a trail and I bet you would be happy because i got 430 backlinks indexed out of 500 in the period of 7 days.
     
  13. apoorv

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    Lindexed is good, but you can't expect miracles.

    I'd have a second tier of links, thousands of wikis/article submissions/blog networks, etc. to get the first tier indexed. That always works like a charm for me.
     
  14. cocococo

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    okay here is the updates, after several campaigns, I can say lindexed is not what am looking for at the moment, do they live up to what they claim to do which is to crawl your link yes, but that;s not what am looking for.

    So back to my own method and new innovative way to actually index my links.
     
  15. anuj291

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    i think all are same... they use the same methodology..

    so go for the price