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scrapebox vs gsa ser: index check

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by jamesbetfix, Jul 10, 2015.

  1. jamesbetfix

    jamesbetfix Registered Member

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    When I create tier2 backlinks with GSA SER I usually verify them once, then check their indexation status with GSA SER, and Scrapebox; finally submit the ones not indexed to another indexing service.

    What I noticed is that GSA SER returns a much higher percentage of indexed backlinks than SB.

    Have any of you have had a similar experience? Does SB and GSA return a similar number of indexed backlinks to you?
     
  2. asap1

    asap1 BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP

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    I dont check my links for index BUT I would think Scrapebox is better at that then GSA so I would go with scrapebox numbers.

    You can also test them by manually checking some.
     
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    Define Indexed?

    You may think everything thinks its the same thing, however if you start asking people to define it you will find that you get a wide array of what is indexed and how to prove it.

    For example Scrapebox uses the info: operator, as from what I know, its the most accurate.

    But I have seen many instances where site:domain.com/page.htm shows up and so people think that means its indexed, but info:domain.com/page.htm does not show up.

    I don't do a lot of index checking to be frank. I just keep moving and hammering on links.

    I could check on gsa how it checks indexed, but I don't have it licensed on the machine Im on atm, but you can ask them and they will probably tell you. Then decide what you think is best, at the end of the day, its subjective at best.