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quick linkicious.me explanation?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by armageddon85, Apr 5, 2012.

  1. armageddon85

    armageddon85 Registered Member

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    I read info-graphic over at linklicious to get a better understanding of how they drip links.

    But I still don't understand how "pinging" these links helps Google find the links faster?

    How does Google not find them within a matter of days if your trying to drip feed 100,000 links over several months?

    I guess a better question is how does linklicious hide the link for a long period of time without removing them from the sites they are on?

    Or is this the secret sauce that you pay for?
     
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  2. Jinko

    Jinko Regular Member

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    The secret sauce ;) haha. Not quite sure how they do it but all I know is that if it's going to help get my links crawled and indexed then it's going to help improve my rankings! Getting the links indexed is just as important as making the links in the first place. Just makes a tedious task automated and free's up time to work on other projects. I'm only using the free version at the moment but seems to be fine for purpose just now. Are you using PRO?
     
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    dp40oz Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Im not sure if I understand your question but i'll answer the best I can. Pinging is basically just notifying Google that you want them to recrawl a page. linklicious pings your links until they get crawled. Thats basically all they do. They make sure Google sees your links. Google doesn't crawl every link so linklicious ensures that they do.

    Im not sure what you mean about "hiding" the link. When you choose to drip feed your links with linklicious they just don't start pinging them until its time depending on what you set for your drip feed amount and duration. This doesn't mean that Google won't crawl them naturally before hand though.
     
  4. Comic

    Comic Regular Member

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    What does linklicious actually do with the links? Do they just go into a directory and then have google crawl them? What is the value in this?

    Also, what about the onehourbacklinks they own? How does that help?
     
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    blackieman Power Member

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    Pinging does not mean the links get a lot of juice (actually probably none). I am thinking of doing bookmarks on all my links instead. Then at least they get a tiny bit of juice.
     
  7. Poppa Rotzee

    Poppa Rotzee Power Member Premium Member

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    This is right, we created short links of the urls that creates a time stamp when Google visits the links as well so that we can see exactly when Google visits and after how many pings.
     
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    futurestic06 Supreme Member

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    that's a big question actually. i think that's the reason we pay them.