Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Ranko Jones, Apr 29, 2011.
So why do you have to worry about what someone said it doesn't work?
It works for me! But the lesson I've learnt is that if it doesn't, it's not through fault of linklicious so much as this link simply isn't seen as important in the eyes of G. They will force it under the nose of the spider and no one can do more than that. So if it's not indexing after that, you may have to build links to it, or use social bookmarking for example to juice things up. Aside from this, Linklicious, imo, remains one of the most valuable services in the SEO arsenal...
Wait a sec...are you saying that linklicious doesn't actually index the link? I thought that was what spidering is...i.e. once it says the link is spidered in linklicious then it's indexed?
Only G, or whoever, can decide if they want to index. Linklicious simply waves it under their nose to make them take a look.
but doesn't spidered mean it is indexed? or does spidered jsut mean it's been 'looked at' by G and it may or may not get indexed thereafter?
Spidered basically means it's been 'Crawled' I.E. looked at by G, G will then decide if it indexes it or not.
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