Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by MySeoEmail, Mar 20, 2016.
Any recommendations on how to index 25-50 new web 2.0s?
Use high quality backlinks PR7-PR9 from authority sites.
What about using indexing service or submitting URLs somewhere?
How about you use the freaking search for once?
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Go to google sumbit and ad your web 2.0 there, should be indexed in notime
Make sure to use dummy google account else you will update google itself that you are creating those web 2.0
The quickest way to do this is to create a Youtube video and add them in the description. This will get them crawled in a natural way.
High PR blog comments, 10 comments per web 2.0 for super fast indexing, 5000+ GSA backlinks for medium fast indexing or submit your web 2.0 in different indexers for drip feed indexing.
If you only want to index them, throw some social signals their way.
Won't that take longer time? Are you saying he should create one video and add all the urls, or create a single video and add one url?
The best bet, is to use indexer. It's not costly, but worth it.
Say for instance I go the submission to google route. I can buy 25 gmail accounts from Fiverr or something like that but when I access these random verified gmail accounts is my IP address registered when doing so? For anonymity reasons it is good to use a throw away gmail account but when you sign in from same computer for all accounts does Google know this?
I don't submit to wmt cause google accounts is very risky. I don't like letting them know. Maybe this will help
give some time it will index with time automatically.
I wait for 2 weeks to see if they index, then I toss some social signals at them if they aren't indexed, if that doesn't work I toss a kitchen sink of spam and back links at them. If after that they aren't indexed, I think them and forever ignore that platform as nothing will index them.
Create one single video, (you can use something like animoto and just throw some images of your product/niche in the video) and in the description just add your links and a short description. For example:
"I found the best dog collars at site: URL1, URL2"
Follow methods like;
Article Submission Sites
Question Answering Sites
Guest Postings, etc.....
Web 2.0 and blog commenting are good methods. And use high PR backlinks
Use Google webmaster tools to index
There are lot of link index service in the market. You can give them a try and use the ones that is giving the best results
Speed-links indexer. Indexes about 30% of all web2.0's which is really good.
+1 for speed links indexer. At the moment one of the best, I tried many in the past but now most of them are pretty useless
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