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Which High PR Network Has The Best Indexing Rate?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by krzysiekz, Feb 8, 2012.

  1. krzysiekz

    krzysiekz Senior Member

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    So I've joined up with High PR Society recently and I've been monitoring my SERP's and the links as they get indexed.

    I know a lot of people say not to worry about indexed links and just worry about the SERP movement. This is true and I agree with this partially. The way I see it though, is if a link gets indexed - different to just getting crawled but not indexed - it obviously is more worthy in the eyes of Google?

    At least in my case, this proves to be true. When I see a lot of links getting indexed, my SERP's tend to shoot up. When the links are slow to get indexed, SERP's don't shoot up as much.

    So here's the question:

    Which High PR Network have you used, and how was their natural index rate?

    The reason I ask is simple. I am currently using http://www.backlinksgenie.com as well as Dripable.com to feed the links, and Lindexed to ping/index them. I have just started up with High PR Society.

    BLG has a really small PR Network from what I can make out. Maybe around 100-120 High PR Blogs. However, their themes seem to all be different and they look less junky than the High PR Ones. Not that I expect Google to know what the themes look like, but from a users point of view - they do look less spammy. That doesn't mean that they are, though.

    But here's the thing: A campaign just finished in BLG for me which made around 25 web 2.0's and 35 High PR Posts. The report came online not long ago, but the links could have been made anytime in the last 16 or so hours.

    I ran the links through scrapebox (these links have not been pinged or anything) and around 50% of them have been indexed already - and they haven't even been live for long.

    Comparing to the links I got from High PR Society (which have been alive between 1 to 3 days I believe) only 25% of them are indexed so far over that period of time. These links have also been run through lindexed.com to try and help with the indexing, so they have actually had an aid but still perform worse.

    The content I post to both networks is not identical, but identical in quality. Same sort of articles, same length, same type of spinning. Same number of OBL in the articles. Everything seems to be constant. Both networks have decent PR, too.

    The reason I made this post is because with the site that just copped the 35 High PR links from BLG just shot up in the SERP's today for a few very low comp. terms. I have been using High PR Society on this site too, but given that the High PR Society links are no where near as indexed as the much newer and much fresher BLG links, I believe BLG got me the rise.

    So, which network do you use, and how is it's natural index rate? Are there any networks where I can get as good of a natural index rate as BLG?

    How is your index rate with High PR Society? Is it better/higher? How do you put your articles, how many spins, why is your index rate better?

    Should I Be spinning it to the shit house for better index rate, or more quality spins with less submits?

    I guess I am just looking to see if there are any other networks with high index rates? IF BLG has a larger network, I wouldn't even be asking - but since their network is so small and it isn't cost effective to pay their monthly price just for the High PR use, then I have to ask here!

    Sorry for the long post!
     
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    Yeah so many private blog nW's these days and many coming online daily I'd like to know the "Creme de la creme."
     
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  5. UltraLink

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    Here's my complete view:


    Indexing:

    This is a really opinionated topic. Mainly due to the sellers of mediocre indexing platforms and the lack of factual information available to the market at large.

    I would say look at it from a sensible perspective. We all know, Google and any other search engine crawls millions of URLs, sites, feeds, etc per day. Obviously the retention of every bit of data makes no sense. Therefore, the algorithms are optimized to retain and document the most important of data, and depending on it's quality it will also be revised and re-documented every so often.

    You'll usually hear a few people saying Indexing is not important and the crawl is the determining factor. I beg to differ, I think both are important. But essentially an indexing link MUST be crawled and on the other hand a crawled link NEED NOT be indexed.

    What determines indexing? No-one knows exactly but we have an idea: unique, rich content from a good source could be a general way to look at it.

    Coming to the point, if a link is crawled and you receive benefit from this that's great but if it gets (and stays) indexed then that would mean Google found it important enough to document it. And here's my personal theory, if Google found it important enough to document it may even refer to it at a later stage say for example a PR update or an algorithmic change. Whereas, a crawled link may pass on benefit but be forgotten beyond that point.

    Therefore, if you ask me, is a good way to determine the quality of the link from a search engine's perspective. It doesn't have to apply in a more humanistic way, just algorithmic.



    Current Public Networks With High Indexing:


    BMR
    Link Authority Network
     
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  6. krzysiekz

    krzysiekz Senior Member

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    UltraLink, have you used those two networks. What type of indexing were you getting?

    Thanks!
     
  7. ccshack

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    Maybe a few networks don't be as important as need to Google index fast. But you can make a network important to Google, How?

    For example HPS, when you post articles to this network, you get the URL of your post. With that you can make links to it, to get it important to the BIG G.

    That is what I think.

    SeoLinkMonster looks too good, I had see a few reals reviews showing the index rate over 80%. The only problem is the cost.
     
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  8. krzysiekz

    krzysiekz Senior Member

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    Thank you for your contribution!
     
  9. UltraLink

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    Yes, I wouldn't vouch for anything I haven't tried myself...

    BMR usually has 90% and Link Authority 95%+

    Also, keep in mind I am mentioning "Link Authority" and not "Authority Link Network"...

    As for Authority Link Network, it's indexing may not be as high as the other 2 but it is also one hell of a system in it's own regard.
     
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  10. krzysiekz

    krzysiekz Senior Member

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    Can you drop a link to Link Authority? Googling it seems to heavily mix it up with Authority Link Network!
     
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    its linkauthority DOT com
     
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    I joined seolinkmonster - not seeing any movement after 3 weeks on about 20 keywords. They do not publish the links any longer because they say that people are reporting their sites and they get de-indexed from google.
    They seem to have a nice UI but I have not seen any real results
     
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    I've only heard the best things about BMR in terms of link networks