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should i go with LINDEXED or LINKLICIOUS?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by trevorhoang, Dec 14, 2011.

  1. trevorhoang

    trevorhoang Power Member

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    i am having troubles indexing my backlinks so outsourcing looks like the way to go. From reading this forum i see lindexed and linklicious coming up alot in threads. so i will probably go with one or the other.

    anyone have any success with either one? or recommend another way to index backlinks faster than normal?
     
  2. boosters

    boosters Regular Member

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    I use linklicious and it is extremely good to indexed your links too fast and never use lindexed service
     
  3. krzysiekz

    krzysiekz Senior Member

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    I've used both. Both are pretty good.

    Linklicious is good in that you can use unlimited API calls/integrations on their higher priced package. This is good if you use a lot of automated SEO services. If you just use one of these types of services, their basic plan is the way to go.

    Lindexed also offers a similar service, but with strictly limited 1 API call (same as Linklicious basic plan). You cannot choose a higher plan for unlimited calls, which means you need a new Lindexed account for each SEO service you use that you want to draw/call backlink reports from. With Linklicious, if you get the pro account - you can call unlimited amounts.

    All in all, they both seem to do their job properly.

    My only complaints:

    Lindexed: I assumed there were unlimited API calls on their $20/m plan as they made NO mention of how many API calls are able to be made. So I assumed I could use all of my automated SEO service accounts and get all those links called in via Lindexed. Turns out they have a limit of only 1 account to be called in - kind of annoying, as I assumed it was unlimited because they made absolutely no mention to any such restriction on their site.

    If you use just one such service, it's fine - but I use more than one (or have more than one account with an SEO service) so it would be very useful for me.

    Linklicious:
    Signing up a new account through them seems tedious. Not sure if I recall correctly, but it was more involved than the usual way of just make an account (username, password, email etc). It required me to do more, so it was actually the reason I went and chose Lindexed because, as silly as it seems, I was pissed off that they had not made it easier to just go in, make a new account and get sh*t rolling.

    In hindsight, I should have stuck with Linklicious because it looks like I'll be needing them soon anyway, with their unlimited API calls.
     
  4. turbohacker

    turbohacker Regular Member

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    I use lindexed... I prefer it tbh but I only use one API so I'm happy enough with it :)
     
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    blackhatchampion Senior Member

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    I use linklicious. Its good tool for indexing.
     
  6. verilix

    verilix Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Peoples opinions vary, therefore it's best to try one at a time and find out which works best for you.
     
  7. SEOfarmer

    SEOfarmer Regular Member

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    I dont know if I will be able to generate 50,000 links per day, but Linklicious PRO looks amazing.

    What are some programs that their API can be used for?
    SENUKE? AMR? Etc,?
     
  8. Extropy

    Extropy Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Very, very few people hit those link caps. It's just a way to prevent one person from bogging down the system. :)

    The API works with High PR Society, Dripable, Drip Feed Links, Drip Feed Blasts, Backlinks Genie, Linkpushing, My Link Club, and one or two others that I forget off the top of my head.

    It'll get all of your links crawled and you can drip the links out at whatever rate you want/need.
     
  9. Sleinad

    Sleinad Senior Member

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    Linklicious is good, and I use more than one API so I kind of have to use it...

    But like someone else said, try it for yourself to see what works best. From my experience linklicious indexes my backlinks pretty quickly, but to be honest I haven't done tests so it could be doing nothing lol
     
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    Scripteen Elite Member

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    We support http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/3597293-post339.html since Dec 16 so this is not an issue any more :)
     
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  11. danielgm55

    danielgm55 Regular Member

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    I use lindexed and does what i need it to do..never tried linklicious
     
  12. crzyyoungn

    crzyyoungn Registered Member

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    Linklicious works alright. It gets stuff spidered but doesn't tend to get stuff that would have otherwise not been indexed indexed. Nuclear Link Indexer has a great indexation rate for me. But then again I feed it blog posts from my high PR network and those tend to index well already.
     
  13. krzysiekz

    krzysiekz Senior Member

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    Sorry for not updating the 'review'. You are absolutely right - you have unlimited API's and I am very, very happy with the service and price point now.

    Both linklicious and lindexed are good (from experience using both) but now with unlimited API's on the more affordable plan, lindexed really appeals. Thanks for updating!
     
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