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Parasite Page Indexing Problem

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Joethemonkey101, Jul 12, 2015.

  1. Joethemonkey101

    Joethemonkey101 Junior Member

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    Ok, so I wrote a post on a academia two weeks ago (original content, 500 words). I ordered a few thousand spam backlinks from GSA for the post a week ago. The post is still not indexed in Google (as far as I can tell) even though majestic is showing that there are 5000 backlinks and it even has a trust flow of 2. How can I get the post indexed?

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  2. Sidmarty009

    Sidmarty009 Registered Member

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    throw some social signals and ping your parasite, it should be indexed.
     
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  3. bignose

    bignose Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    And how do you check its indexing? Maybe there's something wrong with your method.
     
  4. Joethemonkey101

    Joethemonkey101 Junior Member

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    I check by googling

    "keyword" site:www.academia.edu
     
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    bartosimpsonio Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Post a link to it on some fake Google Plus profile and see.
     
  6. Despot

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    Maybe you should try searching without the WWW in front of domain. Maybe the links are on a different subdomain like Independent.academia.edu.
     
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  7. THUNDERELVI

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    Try with the site operator, as in:
    site:www.academia.edu/your-post.html
    Obviously replace the link with the one from your parasite, if it's indexed, that should be the result of your search.
     
  8. Joethemonkey101

    Joethemonkey101 Junior Member

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    It didn't show up for this either so I guess it's somehow not indexed.
     
  9. THUNDERELVI

    THUNDERELVI Elite Member

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    Try sending a few social signals then, that works for me.
     
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