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Should i be indexing my profile links?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by AM223, Sep 26, 2011.

  1. AM223

    AM223 Junior Member

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    Hi Everyone,

    I?m about to start creating my first profile links, should I be indexing them afterwards?

    If so can anyone recommend a suitable method as I was just going to use rapid indexer on SB?

    Thanks Martin
     
  2. ostrich

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    I prefer you participate in the forums and all your links will get indexed naturally.
     
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    Most profile links won't get found unless you do something to get them noticed: Either use crawler/RSS services or build backlinks to the profiles.

    Nuclear link crawler works well for me - and it's the best value at $12 pm. Make sure you spread the crawling out over a couple of weeks or so though.
     
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    I used to run a Profile Backlink Service over at WF. I found that over 70% of profile backlinks would be indexed within 8 hours of creation naturally. Keep in mind that it will look much more legitimate if Google finds these links naturally. A large blast of links all coming into Google at once is a perfect opportunity to become sandboxed.
     
  5. AM223

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    so if i use a service like linklicious google will notice them,

    should i also be creating bookmarks to the profiles and placing them in linklicious?
     
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    Using crawling services like Linkicious/Nuclear Link Crawler will get them noticed...

    Any extra links you build into them will be effectively turning them into a link-wheel... so yeah... build links to your profiles too.

    Multi-tiered strategies are most effective these days.
     
  7. AM223

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    thats great, whats the max i should be really drip feeding to google?
     
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    My opinion is to let them index alone naturally
     
  9. Poppa Rotzee

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    I wouldn't waste my time bookmarking, its not worth the time but absolutely put your profiles in linklicious and have them pinged so they will be found and start working for you....forum profiles will almost never be found on their own.
     
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    Not only will profiles not get indexed, they won't even be crawled naturally unless your active on them, and if your active on them...you don't have that many.

    Better to ping them, get them crawled and then once their CRAWLED...let them index naturally. But your gonna have to ping them first, which is where linklicious comes in.