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Software RSS Submission vs. Linklicious

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ActionJ, Jun 13, 2011.

  1. ActionJ

    ActionJ Registered Member

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    I have seen that some people are using Linklicious and i wanted to see what everyone else thinks about the benefit of using an online RSS submitter versus a local software submission software like links2rss.com/RSS Submit, SENuke RSS Submission or any others.

    Currently, i use links2rss.com to prepare my forum backlink URLs, then i download all the xml files and then upload to one of my neutral websites. I then take my link list and submit through RSS Submit. After submitting via RSS Submit i then head over to PingFarm and send a ping to my RSS Feed list.

    This has worked fine but I want to know if there really is a difference when using Linkilicious service, i assume its worth it once you start sending 50,000 links a day but i can usually push out 30k/day pretty easy without paying the $54/month.

    I have also used Backlink Energizer as well as Web Traffic Genius extra feeds to slowly submit my feeds but have found it easier and faster using RSS Submit and pinging. There may be a more efficient way of submitting so i wanted to check in with the forum to see what people think or if i should adapt my current process.
     
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    ahiddenman Elite Member

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    Your current method is fine. I use it myself.

    Linklicious is also very handy. Both good :)
     
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    jerzydawg Supreme Member

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    If I use links2rss then submit them thru RSS submit, is this a good way to get them indexed?
     
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    ahiddenman Elite Member

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    Yes its a very good method. I've been using it for a while and i had all my links indexed :)
     
  5. jerzydawg

    jerzydawg Supreme Member

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    Seriously? 100% of your links indexed? Thats crazy.
     
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    ahiddenman Elite Member

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    Yeah ,

    When i finish backlinking i do no more than 500 links each time so then straight after i run them through a pinger which notifys google about the changes.

    Then i leave that for a few days so they start to get indexed and then i make the links into RSS feeds and run through RSS Submit to make sure they all get indexed properly :)

    In return you get crazy index rates :p
     
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    @ahiddenman - So you initially wait for your backlinks to get indexed before creating RSS feeds? How many days does it take to get your backlinks indexed by just Pinging them? Seriously that's quite strange and yet at the same time pretty cool.
     
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    I leave it around 3-5 days just so some get indexed or atleast the pinging notifys google about changes.

    Then i convert to RSS feeds and run them through RSS Submit/RSS Aggregators to make sure :)
     
  9. ActionJ

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    So, you build your profile backlinks and leave them to get indexed, but those are the hardest to get indexed or do you ping them then build the RSS feeds, then RSS Submit, then ping the RSS feeds?
     
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    I used strictly linklicious to get 30000 in under two weeks indexed. I have also tested linklicious submit then submitting those feeds using rss submit but did not speed the process up that much. From my perspective its worth the 14.50 or whatever it is. Gotta spend money to make money or atleast to speed up the process of making set money.
     
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  11. FuryKyle

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    Do you ever ping your RSS feeds?
     
  12. ActionJ

    ActionJ Registered Member

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    Yeah, I ping my RSS Feeds before I submit them, then i use an auto pinger to randomly ping each of the feeds
     
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    How do you get to ping a feed when it's not submitted yet :eek:
     
  14. ActionJ

    ActionJ Registered Member

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    Not sure what you mean, but i build my RSS Feed first, then i upload the feed to one of my own domains, then i use that link for the ping
     
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    I use it myself too and is good way for indexing backlinks!
     
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    This is my method:

    1. Put links (~1000-2500) in links2rss
    2. Make RSS, save all Links (they'r uploaded on links2rss)
    3. Put all links into a .txt file
    4. Submit them via RSS Submit using their Mass Index Plugin (otherwise you have to click add on every RSS feed)
    5. Put all RSS Feeds and make a RSS out of them, submit it
    6. Ping everything

    What do you think of it? How much links should I put into one RSS? If I put like 50 in one it takes around 1 week to submit 10k through RSS Submit :D
     
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    I have a total of 100 links per feed usually and run two instances of RSS Submit (copy to another directory). This speeds up the submissions process.
     
  19. Benyamin

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    I have noticed that Linklicious gets your feeds crawled just as well as when you ping them:
    When I look at my scheduled feeds (that indicates that it has never been spidered/crawled) in Linklicious I can take one feed URL and submit it in RSS Submit.
    Almost instantly when I refresh my page on Linklicious it will notify that the Feed I had just submitted with RSS Submit is crawled.

    HOWEVER,
    when I click on details on a RSS feed in Linklicious which gives me access to all the 20 links in that feed it will always say that the links itself have never been crawled, only the feed.

    Because of this I think the following has happened:
    Linklicous(at least the free version) succesfully turns your links in RSS feeds and properly pings them. BUT, the (back)links that are in the Linklicious rss feed will never be crawled by Google.
    I may be wrong but those were my observations.
    What I'm simply gonna do is throw everything in Linklicious and ping the links seperately with pingfarm/seomatic whatever.
    I might also grab the seperate links that linklicous provides me ( your backlinks that your rss feed consist of when you click on details on a certain feed) and rss submit them. but I think it would be probably too much work since I need to copy paste the LL urls by hand

    @ahiddenman, how many links do you put in 1 rss feed?The usual 20 or...
     
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  20. Tidus

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    Am kinda new at making rss feeds, but does anyone know how to download the feeds once you have made them in links2rss.com?