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TheLinkJuicer: 47 links, Google sees only 1 link

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by loginname, Nov 12, 2009.

  1. loginname

    loginname Regular Member

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    Hey

    I'm using LinkJuicer to create inbound backlinks to my niche site. Over the last month LinkJuicer have created 47 links. But Google (Google Webmaster Tools) report that it only find 1 backlink...

    Is it just for me to wait and hope Google will eventually find all my backlinks,
    irritating having to wait for google to see my backlinks :(

    Maybe LinkJuicer is hyped, but I thought it was better than xrumor
     
  2. UnDerDoG81

    UnDerDoG81 Regular Member

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    I also used LinkJuicer 3 months ago. LJ did near 300 Links for me and google lists only a few... Google will never list all the backlinks in the webmaster tools... I nearly got 1000 backlinks now and there are 200 listed in webmaster tools...
     
  3. loginname

    loginname Regular Member

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    I see, you think LJ helps you get more traffic? maybe I should modify my campang to post more links each day (now it posts 3 links each day)
     
  4. Biscut

    Biscut Regular Member

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    If it is a new site and just starting out you can start small (3 per day) but I would bump it up to the 7 per day max after a few weeks. Having multiple campaigns with links to each of your internal pages will help too.
     
  5. showboytridin

    showboytridin Regular Member

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    G00gle will not show all backlinks, that 's normal. And you will need to wait to see more.

    Try this to see all (almost) the backlinks:

    Code:
    http://www.backlinkwatch.com/
     
  6. loginname

    loginname Regular Member

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    I see. I will have a look into it. I might create some extra social network accounts needed by LJ. LJ sometimes update the list of social media accounts they need...

    Anyway I have thinking of creating another niche site. Where #1 in google have 22 backlinks (BLP), and 24100 (BLD - backlink to any page on the site). Wonder if I have a chance when google is so slow to find links.....
     
  7. iglow

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    set links to 10 whatever site it is. google doesnt fidn those links fast.
     
  8. UnDerDoG81

    UnDerDoG81 Regular Member

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    No I have had problems with my paypal account, so I have used LJ only for the 30 day trial time and 250-300 Backlinks... I live in germany and got no credit card, so paypal didn´t accept autopayments to US for some reason...

    The rest of my backlins were build by myself...
     
  9. TheGreyHatter

    TheGreyHatter BANNED BANNED

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    I tried LJ out for a month and I think its pretty good for longtime growth of backlinks. I guess I am just impatient with this and would rather pay someone to manually do it as the content can be more unique and I find my rankings are better.
     
  10. UnDerDoG81

    UnDerDoG81 Regular Member

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    After the google PR update, the backlink sites from LJ gets some PR2 Ratings... I wondered about that because it´s nothing more than a big link farm...
     
  11. loginname

    loginname Regular Member

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    I've now created a PR10 backlink for my site. Hope google finds it this time because the backlink is from google.com itself.

    I create a profile in google and there in the signature created a keyword rich link... Hope that counts for PR10, but nothing surprises me...

    It's not PR10, but PR6. and it has nofollow :(

    Hope it can help my site getting higher rankings.
     
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  12. d3t0x

    d3t0x Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Google might not have indexed all your backlinks yet. Plus they never reveal how many links point to your site.
     
  13. macromj88

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    Check your backlinks in yahoo site explorer for more accurate results, as people have said above google doesn't show you everything. The link juicer seems good to get pages indexed but if you want top rankings I don't think TLJ will do it as it seems like a huge link farm...
     
  14. rockinrobin

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    It is not possible to know how many backlinks Google sees, period. You can check on Yahoo, and of course you will see more backlinks, but you don't know if Google sees them because you're checking on Yahoo. If you use webmaster tools you still don't know. I have numerous pages indexed by Google containing backlinks so I know that Google knows about the links yet the links do not show up in WMT. Further, WMT keeps telling me my site is ranking well for the term "indian sweaty armpits" (no joking) when I know it does not rank at all for that term. I am having serious doubts about WMT.

    What you CAN do (but it this is work) is to go through the links in the TLJ report and for each public url go to Google and search site:www.whaterversite.com/mylink.html

    If Google has indexed the page it will show up, and so Google knows about the link. Beyond that, you will never ever ever know how much Google knows. They have no interest in telling you.
     
  15. gregdickson

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    I used it for about 4 months and google never credited any of the links to nay of the sites, nor did Yahoo which picks up these type of links A lot faster than google.

    It's a shame as it's a really good system on paper but i'm yet to find a set and forget link building platform
     
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    everything right now that will lead to nothing
    ping the links that google cant see
     
  17. gregdickson

    gregdickson Registered Member

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    @ rockinrobin
    this is true but 50% of pages and sites that the links were built on using Link Juicer were not indexed by google so they links will never be assigned.
     
  18. johnboyseo

    johnboyseo Newbie

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    I have just signed up to have a look and see if it could form part of a strategy.

    First of all if anyone thinks this is going to be {the only {thing|work} they have to do|fire and forget|a magic bullet} then they are sadly mistaken.

    If it works as advertised it could be a real time saver and do a half decent job of something that is usually badly handled or just plain tedious but it must be part of a much wider mix of techniques and work.

    That's not LJs fault - it's just the typical attitude in some SEO that all that is needed is the $10 silver bullet that will g-tee #1 for zero effort.

    I do have some areas where I think LJ could really improve though.

    He needs *many* more target properties - if that involves paying for captcha solving then so be it.

    More editorial control - once you have a few links it is trivial to go and see what other Juciers are up to and its shocking how bad most of it is.


    Useless spin or just plain identical text
    Linked to death
    Bookmarks written like adverts
    Iffy content (adult)
    Total link spam (blog posts just a list of a dozen URLs and nothing else)
    Blogs far too short without suitable standpoint

    These are the pages your carefully crafted stuff is going to land on - that is going to either signal the existence of a link farm or more likely make those individual pages worthless.

    That is only a quick look - in general its not a bad plan and it is quite well executed.

    I would recommend you go and sign up and give it a go but for heavens sake just because it is free don't abuse it and spend the couple of hours $50 sorting a decent spun article for the blog and remember bookmarks are not adverts.
     
  19. rockinrobin

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    @gregdickson
    Understood but this is another way of saying 50% do get indexed. Try to create 100's of pages of content for the express purpose of getting backlinks and get more than 50% indexed... You will quickly see that 50% is quite good. And the 50% not indexed by G may get indexed by other SE's, find their way into RSS feeds, and we do get reports of direct traffic from bookmarks and blogs.

    @johnboyseo
    Thank you for your considered comments.
    - More properties: high on the agenda, working on it now.
    - Useless spin or just plain identical text: we now provide a uniqueness index, with guidelines, and a warning if there has obviously been no effort made to use Spyntax. Soon will disable campaigns with uniqueness=0 (no Spyntax).
    - Linked to death: are you suggesting an upper limit to the total links per target url?
    - Bookmarks written like adverts: tell me about it... not easy to police, so I educate, educate... it is the subject of the first tutorial email - avoid the #1 mistake, but many users just don't get it
    - Iffy content (adult): campaigns are screened periodically, not often enough I admit... will try to do more frequenlty
    - Total link spam (blog posts just a list of a dozen URLs and nothing else): These were generated by the system to see if it improves indexing of bookmark pages. It seems to but there are BM sites G just doesn't like. Have stopped doing this for the moment. I don't think raises any spam flags when done moderately, there are many reasons for having a list of links.
    - Blogs far too short without suitable standpoint: must be early blogs, min is 100 words now, campaign disabled otherwise.

    Still looking for ways to improve editorial control, but the peeps don't always listen... still, users who know what they're doing seem to get results, and don't seem to be harmed by the silly stuff others are doing.