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Why in the hell can't I get my backlinks indexed?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by dgfalk, Jan 13, 2011.

  1. dgfalk

    dgfalk Power Member

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    Is anyone having problems gettin their backlinks indexed? I have about 250 backlinks that were created on article directory sites done about 3 weeks ago. Since alot of these are populair sites I figured theyd get indexed within a couple days. After 1 week nothing was showing up on site explorer, and using the google index checked on Scrapebox it shows like 5 were indexed.

    So then I decided to give them all a little jump start. I created RSS feeds with 20 links in each feed, then used RSS Submit to send each of those feeds to 150 differect rss aggregator. After a week still NOTHING showing up in site explorer or indexed. Then I got all the RSS feed and the URLs of the articles and loaded them into Scrapebox Rapid Index tool and pinged the shit out of them.

    It has now been 3 weeks since the backlinks were created till now, and I have less than 10 showing up on site explorer and indexed in google.

    Please help!! what the hell am I doing wrong??
     
  2. mudbutt

    mudbutt Jr. Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    setup a network of splogs to post links to. thats how most of my links are getting indexed if submitting rss and sbing wont work.
     
  3. dgfalk

    dgfalk Power Member

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    I have no idea what a splog is, but Ill look into it. ​
     
  4. peter73

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  5. xboxps3wow

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    were your articles unique?
     
  6. buttulgly

    buttulgly Junior Member

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    Indexing a link is generally beyond your control without further input. This is because it is a multistep process. First, the google bot has to spider the page that contains your link. If left to natural navigation, it will depend a lot on the structure of the site as to how easy it is for the bot to find your linked from page. Lets assume the bot finds that page from one of your RSS feeds though. It spiders the publicly accessible page (lets assume it is not a noindex tag blah blah blah). It then has to decide whether to index the page. This will depend on the page rank of the page (for the want of a better description). Not all pages on a website will be indexed and this is especially true for new sites. Ever created a 100 page site and only noticed that 60 are indexed so far? The solution is to build the page rank (and I am talking google page rank, not toolbar page rank) by linking to that page. Link your links to give them a boost ... or just let them off into the wild and let the eb and flow of the net take care of them. As for using a tool such as Yahoo siteexplorer to show them - no search engine will give you an accurate and uptodate view of what they have spidered. It would show too easily how their system works. If Yahoo says 1 link, you can count on them having found 10 .. and that one link could be long gone too (ever see links like domain.com/links/?p2 and domain.com/links/?p3 (ie consecutive pages from one domain that are increasing) ... and then you go to p2 and find your link is not there? ... thats because the yahoo entry is old and your link is probably p16 now).
     
  7. mudbutt

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    splog = spam blog. like an autoblog that google bots crawl frequently.
     
  8. mrkwants2learn

    mrkwants2learn Newbie

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    I have thesame problem now. i used splogs already to index my links but when may pages in my splogs get indexed but not my links.