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tier 1 links are not getting indexed, help please!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by trapkodobry, Jul 15, 2013.

  1. trapkodobry

    trapkodobry Registered Member

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    hi guys, i wanted to ask you... i am new to linkbuilding and i made manually cca 40 web2.0 blogs on tumblr, wordpress, weekly, webs, livejournal etc. to my money site and after checking in ahrefs, majestic, and even by manial check in google "site:hxxp.web2.0site.com" i dont see any of them indexed... some properties are week old, but some of them more than 2:.... all have unique written articles, yet none are indexed. I pointed 1000 wiki and 2000xrummer to them (tier 1 properties) also, but with no help.​
     
  2. winosergio

    winosergio Regular Member

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    Lately with the last google update, index web 2.0 and articles is a really hard task. Google is slowing down Seo in order to beat Black hat techniques.

    So build backlinks pointing to those webs and more patience.
     
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    If they're new properties then it may take a bit longer for them to show up on ahrefs and majestic. The Google crawler is much faster than either one of those, so you should see your site indexed in the first few weeks. If it doesn't show up, then you may have some other issue. I wouldn't worry too much now.
     
  4. innozemec

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    Yeah, since Peng 2.0 web 2.0s are kinda tougher to index, they get crawled as usually, but indexing takes more time than before, especially if content is not unique..

    probably you just need to wait some more time and/or try to crawl/index your tier 2 links as that would help for the tier 1 as well
     
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    The uniqueness of your article is important and also the quality of your articles are equally important.
     
  6. jmcgoose

    jmcgoose Junior Member

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    I have noticed this aswell. Before I could get them all indexed within 24 hours.

    Now having some delay with indexing. In current project so far only 3 out of 12 are indexed in 72 hours.

    I will be trying/testing some unique ways of indexing to see if it helps.
     
  7. jurky

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    It amazes me that no one is actually talking about this issue. Only a thread here and there. I'm having the same issues, and I'm pumping my T1s with 2 additional contextual tiers and side-tiers. People just blindly respond "make quality links", but the fact of the matter is, no matter how unique the T1 is (I actually hand-spin 10 sentences, phrases and words, sometimes even paragraphs), and still get a miserable indexing rate, even with Indexification, GSA Indexer and Link Centaur - all turned on.
     
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    Is your niche anyway connected to adult?
    P.S why don't you try posting them to a G+ profile and see what happens, Just give it a last try.
     
  9. timmey

    timmey Newbie

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    That seems to be an issue for me also. Somehow the indexing rate slowed down even if I post completely unique articles with no spinning. It used to be indexed in the same day, now it takes up to 1-2 weeks.
     
  10. mikpel

    mikpel Regular Member

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    Nowadays I have to push quite massive backlinking to get my tier1 indexed. I tend to use super spun content on my tier2 and xrumer/scrapebox only on tier3.

    One thing I've noticed lately: I can't get my blogspot.com blogs indexed anymore. Maybe I'm just building my lower tiers too aggressively.
     
  11. innozemec

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    you must be doing something terribly wrong not to be able to index a blogspot man..
     
  12. trapkodobry

    trapkodobry Registered Member

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    that is the thing... my articles are 100% unique, hand written, 100% copyscape passed.... ive ordered them from iwriter.... when i used the articles on money site, G is indexing and ranking them... when they are on tiers... they arent getting indexed (PS: i talk about another articles fro same source. i dont use one article for more properties.)

    my niche is not related to any adult materiar... it is usual niche, that i can monetize with amazon/adsense.

    thank you for tip... i will try google plus, but.... can i post all tier links on 1 account? (isnt it a footprint?) or it must be on separate accounts?
     
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  13. mikpel

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    I know it sounds crazy. I created 3 different tier1 properties under one account. All of them manually spun, different niche in each. That's the only difference compared to my other web2.0s which are indexed like 80%.