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What is the natural index rate of xrumer profile links?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by Ranko Jones, Oct 29, 2011.

  1. Ranko Jones

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    I am trying to keep track of old indexing clusters but it's hard to tell whether they work or if it is just natural indexing.

    Unfortunately I didn't make a control group which I will do now for my next round of tests now I have xr again.

    Just wanted to know if anyone knew the natural index rate. Atm I'm seeing like 83/169 links indexed after like 3 weeks from using backlnk index express but hard to say if that would have happened on its own or not.

    I could certainly improve my game with that program as I have alot of things I could be doing but wanna know if it's at least working to a degree to motivate me to tighten it up.
     
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  2. omida86

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    It's depends on what method you use to index them. I have about 70-80 % index rate using my own private blog network
     
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    u mean u post profile urls into your blog pages right?
     
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    Yes, that's essentially what these paid services such do anyways...I just created my own blog network on separate c-class Ip's and I see a 90 % index rate...
     
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    No, I mean what would the index rate be without any efforts to index them, cos I want to know if it's the indexers which did it or if they would have just indexed that many on their own.

    Hmm how long does it usually take you to get 90% index rate?

    I have blog networks but didn't go for class Cs. It's something I may look into as the backlink index express guy told me to do that. I know its better but wanted to try and not do it if poss and load up the same hosting with blogs.

    Thing is I've setup energizer to post to the web 2s which will be diff IPs and that sucker doesnt seem to be working either now.
     
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    Without any effort it's about 5% according to the tests I've made.

    It takes me 24 hours to have 90 % index rate and all my c-class ip's (10 of them) cost me 15$/month. It's a good deal if u ask me...
     
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  7. Ranko Jones

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    Hmm, thanks for the stats. do you post any unique content on your blog network or just slap the links in bare?

    You say 5% natural index rate. Do you have any idea after how long that would be?

    Also and prob the most important question...what links are you trying to index...cos indexing some web 2 or what-have-you is a world of difference to indexing the mules of the pack...profile links.

    I would have discussions with ppl and they'd be telling me about great index rates wondering to myself what I was doing wrong then find out they were doing some easy links when all I'm interested in is indexing profiles.

    If it's profiles your indexing I take my hat of to you at those index rates.
     
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    Omida don't u think 5% natuaral index rate is too high for xr profile links?
     
  9. Ranko Jones

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    Hmm, I just remembered the backlink indexer study and found the stat I was looking for:

    This is bad for me if it's true as it means my indexers aren't actually working and it was just natural index rate :(.

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    http://backlinksindexer.com/comparison
     
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    I have to say to the OP, great thread. I was one of the ppl that jumped on you for complaining all the time in the past.

    But this thread is the real deal (rep given), right now for indexing I am using my own private blog network spread across different IPs as well.

    I have a feeling this is the only way to index moving forwards, I hope someone says I'm wrong because private high quality networks are a bitch to set up. By the way all my links being indexed are themed content/posts with 500+ words/articles.

    Also if anyone has a better way to index these bad boys, please let me know.
     
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    To be honest i am still looking for good xrumer profile backlinks indexing because backlinks is no value if google willl not index.
     
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    how many links do you index?

    how many sites would i need to index 10mil profiles in your opinion?
     
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    This is interesting. So are you posting that content manually? That would be alot of work! Also what links are you indexing?

    In terms of submission programs like backlink energizer and backlink index express do both with their own content feeds.

    I think the only link (or perhaps main one) missing for me is separate domains and class C ips.

    PS good avatar but I thought it a bit far fetched when he drank the poison at the end of this season :).
     
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    Post content manually? Ofcourse not. I have my own setup that takes me about 20 per site to create content for 4 - 6 months which is drip fed. Once aged, I use a script where I can type in anchor + url and it will drop a link when I want.

    IP diversity is very important, I have a feeling that might be your issue.

    I never use BLE or BIE, I build thousands of content links daily. It would be tough to use those two to index that amount of links.
     
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    Not sure I'd agree they are no good for that purpose. They are made so you can scale up as many as you like, BLE being simpler for this purpose I think as you simply copy and paste the blog urls (as many as you want) into the relevant text file in config.

    Yes IP diversity is one to look into. What links do you index tho? Profile links? Like I said this is the big quesiton that makes the difference. I'm currently looking into thread creation over profile creation due to ppl saying they are easier to index. Only a cpl days in but so far they seem to be indexing quicker but getting lower initial success in xrumer vs profiles at almost exactly half the success rate. So still working out which will be best. Still 50% of indexed links is better than dbl the links which won't index. A bird in the hand is worth 2 in the bush and all :D

    You said above, all your links are themed 500 word articles I presume that is the posts that you drop your links in not the links themselves as I cant see how youd be making thousands of articles per day :D. hmm from the above post it does indeed seem you are saying you build content links which you are indexing rather than profiles? this kind of nullifies the discussion since we are talking apples and oranges in that case and I wouldnt be able to extrapolate your technique to mine.

    In terms of ip diversity how many blogs and how many unique ips?

    Also could you recommend a good class c hosting provider as I'm looking into them atm?
     
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