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{SPLIT TEST} Indexing service INSTANTLINKINDEXER vs.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by robibrk, Jul 9, 2015.

  1. robibrk

    robibrk Regular Member

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    Guys i am sad of this bad preforming indexing services and lets do a split test between INSTANTLINKINDEXER and ONE HOUR INDEXING. This two sames to be best on the market.

    TEST SETUP:

    For the purpose of this test i have created 2 same projects on GSA (selected only 2 platforms that i mostly use and from my experience these links are pretty hard to index).


    GSA PROJECT DETAILS:

    I have set as well the limit: minimum PR n/a+ for the posting domain and both platforms are DF contextual. There will be total of 2000-3000 links for each project. Links created from project A will be submitted to INSTANTLINKINDEXER and from project B to ONE HOUR INDEXING.

    For checking the indexed pages will be used SB.

    I will update this thread soon as my links are submitted and as well after some period, final results will be posted in 3 weeks.


    My quote from the instantlinkindexer sales thread:



    NOTE: I am not affiliated with any of the indexing providers and i am posting real results as they will be.
     
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  2. T0NYS

    T0NYS Supreme Member

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    Subbed , having problems indexing links since months ago , let's see how this goes
     
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  3. satyr85

    satyr85 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Nice test.
    @3lt0n1 - Big blog comments blasts and/or Xrumer blasts and i have 30-40% index rate on joomla k2 without any PR filters.

    You are limiting yourself using filters at tier 2&3. If you want to be extra safe use additional web 2.0 tier but pr3+ filter in tier 2 wont help you alot. This websites have already tons of posts, no matter what PR this websites have.

    Everything thats ******** in tier3 with pr1+ is simply wrong linking structure. You are missing tons of links. With better link structure your t2 links would be indexed without any indexers (ofc not fully indexed because thats not possible due to nature of these links).
     
  4. robibrk

    robibrk Regular Member

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    Thanks for your input. This is was the setup of my old project i am blasting with other kind of links the web 2.0 as i can. Now lets focus on this split test.

    I have limited the links for this project because (but i am removing the filter now to PR n/a):
    - higher domain PR links may indexing faster (not confirmed)
    - want limited submits so that both campaign links are as much as possible similar

    Do you use any indexing service?
    At what time you get that 30-40% after you submit the links?
     
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  5. THUNDERELVI

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    Following this case study, it should be interesting to see the final results.
    Also, don't do any tiers to those links and don't build any other backlinks of course as that will ruin the testing and we will have no idea if it was those links or the indexing service that did the job.
     
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    I have split tested several indexing services last year and "onehourindexing" was the best at that time. Good luck with your split test! Will be waiting for the results.
     
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    I have tons of PR 0 and n/a contextual links indexed so PR is not a factor when it comes to indexing. 90% of my indexed contextuals have PR up to 1, 80% have PR n/a and 0.

    I dont use any indexing service.

    Tbh i dont measure time. Probably around 7-10 days. I see first results after 24 hours.
     
  8. robibrk

    robibrk Regular Member

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    I am not doing anything else with the links as i send them to the indexing service when done. I have decided that i randomize the links at the end and submit 1k of each of them, since i have the basic accounts.

    That's interesting, not even 20% of my links get indexed without doing anything with them. I am not a big fan of the indexing services, but sames they are needed to maximize the results, but lets wait first for the data.
     
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  9. robibrk

    robibrk Regular Member

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    I have done a little less as 5k links with both projects on GSA and now i am submitting 500 random url's for both projects to the indexing service.

    Stats before i submitting are:

    InstantLinkIndexer 500/2 indexed links
    OneHourIndexing 500/0 links indexed


    I check tomorrow again and will post the results.
     
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    nice test man.
    i will be following this thread :)
     
  11. robibrk

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    As promised there is the first update after a bit more as 24 hours from the finished posting.


    InstantLinkIndexer 500/2 indexed links
    OneHourIndexing 500/0 links indexed


    Stats are same as when i did finished with posting, so there after 24h is still NO benefit from any of the services. I was skeptical before i even started this comparison due to the fact, that none of the indexing providers bring the promised results. Sure i am testing on hard indexable platforms but hey, do we need indexing services for the "easy platforms", that index from self?
     
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    Thanks, hope you will enjoy this little journey...
     
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    robibrk Regular Member

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    New update!

    That results are disappointing and i am even more at the point, that indexing services are waste of resources and money.

    Tools: SB, GSA.

    Indexing services: InstantLinkIndexer, OneHourIndexing.

    Methodology: Created 2 GSA campaigns with identical setup, selected only hard indexable platforms (all DF). After each of the projects hit 4500 submitted links exported them and randomized them with SB for each campaign and picked the first 500 to submit to indexing service.

    Indexing test: SB.



    Service July 10. 2015 July 14. 2015 July 17. 2015 July 20. 2015 July 27. 2015
    InstantLinkIndexer 500/2 500/3 ? ? ?
    OneHourIndexing 500/0 500/0 ? ? ?
     
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  14. Mikaelo

    Mikaelo Regular Member

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    Wow - Interesting and disappointing.
     
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    This is very strange. I've used both instantlinkindexer and onehourindexing in the past and both had stellar results for me (instantlinkindexer was more value for money though). I haven't used both for a few months and I think its time to check and see what's up with the indexers.
     
  16. robibrk

    robibrk Regular Member

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    Till now a big disappointing, but i keep track results for minimum 1 month.

    It is really time to test them, especially now after the 1.st July when google patched some methods, that the indexing services used.
     
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    I'm not having any success with instantlinkindexer either.
     
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  18. robibrk

    robibrk Regular Member

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    The results are just as i expected, but i don't want to pull my final opinion till the test is running. I am sure, that 99% of the users not test how efficient are such services, just pay for nothing...
     
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    Seems like Im wasting money with this service.
     
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    hi. I tested all indexing services : backlinksindexer.com , Link processor, Express Indexer, Link Centaur, Link Huggers, One Hour Indexing, instant link indexer . I'm a bit disappointed because the backlinks refuse to get indexed, even after a month. This indexing services worked excelent in the past (especially One Hour Indexing) , but starting from june 2015, they are all affected by some google changes.. I hope they will find solutions..