Whats the best 'indexing' service being offered?

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  1. seoactive

    seoactive Regular Member

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    Whats the best 'indexing' service being offered now? I know many will recommend 'lindexed', but as advertised, it is mainly for crawling not 'indexing'.
     
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    acotut Elite Member

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    There's no service that guarantees indexing,all "indexing" services are actually crawling services,but lindexed dose a pretty good job.
    Don't forget that quallity of a backlink matters a lot when google decides to index it or not.

    Cheers
     
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    pokerjk Senior Member

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    It is up to Google if it wants to index your link or not, all you can do is point the spiders in the right direction and a free way to do that is twitter.
     
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    daveguy Power Member UnGagged Attendee

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    If you're still worried about getting things indexed you need to rethink your entire strat
     
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    danailo Supreme Member

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    You don't need indexing service. It cause more harm than good.
     
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    hardcorebiker Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Lindexed! Hands down.

    They allow upto 50k URL's per day and I dont think there is any other service as effective as Lindexed. Been using it for past 3 months
     
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    You are right. If you are using Whitehat techniques (guest blogs, relevant Q & A sites etc.), you don't need to think about indexing at all. Your links will get indexed within minutes automatically. BUT if you are using softwares like Senuke or sick submitter to build backlinks, you need to get help from a 3rd party.