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SENUKE X Links not being indexed

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by zee007, Aug 14, 2012.

  1. zee007

    zee007 Senior Member

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    I have used SENUKE X multiple times and their links are just not being indexed...even after 1 whole month! I'm using it correctly on multiple sites, but still nothing....I even use multiple backlink profile tools......I think 1 (yes one) link showed up from 100's...is anyone else experiencing this as well? I think Google has found the links the tool builds and has discounted them altogether.

    I heard crazy reviews about SENUKE X, but fail to see the results.

    Any thoughts/inputs?
     
  2. bashx

    bashx Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Senuke's job is to post the links its your job to get them indexed. The built in indexer is only good for a certain amount of links per day.

    Edit* its only 50 links/day up to 7500/month with the built in indexer.
     
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  3. slim_dusty

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    are you using templates/pyramids?
     
  4. Scritty

    Scritty BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    I've bought a guitar. It's all tuned and everything - but when I strum it, it sounds shit.
    Don't tell me I have to learn to play as well...this guitar cost a fortune!!

    [/sorry sarcasm off]

    Nuke is making the links on the sites that will likely get your blog a decent rise in serps.
    Make sure the diagram you are using has sufficient tiers to get everything indexed.
    Links need their own links - which in turn need their own links. 3 tiers is about enough
    And yes - Google "pretends" not to notice 95% of your links - it does this to everyone (it knows they are there alright)

    I've known links I made 18 months previously suddenly appear in webmaster tools. That's a good thing.
    If I'm desparate to get stuff indexed (for a client for example) I export all the 3rd tier links I get from Nuke or Ultimate Demon and sometimes give them a nice Xrumer blast or even a crappy scrapebox AA list to get them sorted. Also use a nice 250 site ping list. Plus some RSS tricks for the links on sites that allow RSS submission.

    Links on sites that don't date posts are excellent.

    But most of the time I'm quite happy if links get indexed over months rather than days - that's what Google expects. Pinging and hurrying too many at once gets you temporarily slapped, and THAT's when google ignores them.

    Scritty
     
  5. sitemaster8

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    Nicely said Scritty... Agree 100%
     
  6. swi7ch

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    My links are getting indexed (although I don't use their built-in xIndexer as I'm using something esle). Revise your SEO strategy as obviously it's not good.
     
  7. CandyLand

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    You need to make sure that you're building lower tiers that are high quality and that come from sites that are indexed themselves. For example, many sites in article directory or bookmarking lists aren't indexed themselves, meaning your links are worthless. Often quality is more important than quantity here. You can't be lazy.
     
  8. zee007

    zee007 Senior Member

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    Thanks for the input guys. The reason I brought this up is because I only experience this with SENUKE X. All the the other links that I build (manual or automated) are indexed without an indexer, so that worried me a little. I just went ahead and pinged all the links SENUKE built over a month ago. Will keep you guys posted.