How to get backlinks indexed fast!

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Ok. So I'm sure this question has been asked a million times before. And the typical answers that have been thrown around are

1. ping them
2. social bookmark
3. rss

For me personally those methods simply do not work and I still have a hard time getting my backlinks indexed fast. I don't want to wait for the search engines to 'maybe' find them because the majority of them are profile links from linking loophole which I just used their free trial to build some backlinks to a couple pages.

So if any of you guys use those backlink services such as LL or any other, what are some methods and/or softwares that you use to get your backlinks indexed FAST?! Please don't regurgitate the same stuff that's being thrown around that I mentioned above does not work for me.

Thanks in advance for any potential USEFUL input!
#search engine optimization #backlinks #fast #indexed
  • Profile picture of the author Andrew O
    I have never been concerned with whether or not Google will find the links - they do a very good job of finding and indexing everything over time. If the site matters to you and its something you are in for the long haul, I wouldn't be concerned about it.

    Of course, the secret to a backlink getting indexed is the page getting indexed, and the secret to a page getting indexed is it's quality and weight in Google. So a link from a page that Google doesn't know/care about might not get indexed, but does it matter? The link will be pointless anyways. If the link is from a valuable site, it will quickly get indexed and share some of its weight with your site. Does that make sense?

    P.S. how do you know for sure that your links aren't indexed?
    • Profile picture of the author bb4h
      Originally Posted by AndrewOlson View Post


      P.S. how do you know for sure that your links aren't indexed?

      Well out of the about 45 or so that was actually created with linking loophole only 3 appear in YSE. I know YSE doesn't show all so I manually checked about 25 of them in google and they haven't been indexed.
    • Profile picture of the author 4morereferrals
      P.S. how do you know for sure that your links aren't indexed?
      Scrape box works pretty well for this
  • Profile picture of the author kkchoon
    Get Backlink Index Express or Backlink Booster, both did a good job in indexing your links.
    • Profile picture of the author bb4h
      Originally Posted by kkchoon View Post

      Get Backlink Index Express or Backlink Booster, both did a good job in indexing your links.
      Ok. I was considering Backlink booster but the recent posts about on the thread it seems like people are having a lot of issues with it. I just found out about Backlink Index Express today so I need to do more research on it.

      Which one has worked better for you when it comes to getting your links indexed?

      If anyone else has used these tools, what has been your experience with getting your links indexed? How long does it typically take to actually index the links after you do what you have to do with the software?
  • Profile picture of the author maurytattoo
    ..if you need contact me i have a method that work great ..usually i have 65-75 % of them indexed in 12 hours fastindexing@gmail.com
    • Profile picture of the author bb4h
      Originally Posted by maurytattoo View Post

      ..if you need contact me i have a method that work great ..usually i have 65-75 % of them indexed in 12 hours

      Just sent you an email
  • Profile picture of the author tomjunction
    Following might help you in indexing faster...

    Submit to multiple search engines
    Now a days u cam submit your website to multiple search engines for free, and it certainly will help in boosting up your rank for Google, the most important search engines are Google, Yahoo, Ask jeaves, Baidu( for Chinese market) and and also submitting it to Alexia will also help.

    Get quality Backlinks
    Starts with getting quality backlinks before submitting your site to Google, text-link-ads, Squidoo, commenting on blogs, link exchanges & if you can design make a template and put your site link on that. how ever text-link-ads may require a little money out of your pocket but its worth it because you can get quality PR4 or 5 backlinks, Remember PR backlinks does count, higher the PR backlink site, higher your ranking will be.

    Build Solid title & meta tags
    Google love quality meta and title tags, make sure you have enough keywords in meta descriptions, and your title tag is built on solid keyword searching.

    Social Bookmarking can help
    Yes it does help, most of the social bookmarking sites have very high PR value, getting a backlink from them is fast, easy and offcourse free. bookmarking sites includes but not limited to del.icio.us, stumbleupon.com, technorati.com, and off course digg.com

    Dont launch without content
    never launch or submit your website to search engines without having a some content in your website, alteast you want to give them something from you to index, without content and they will not like your website.
  • Profile picture of the author SyndicateMarketing
    Put all your backlinks sites in RSS feed, submit that feed to rss dirs and ping them
    • Profile picture of the author Mktrilogy
      Originally Posted by SyndicateMarketing View Post

      Put all your backlinks sites in RSS feed, submit that feed to rss dirs and ping them
      simple and results are amazing
    • Profile picture of the author seonb
      Originally Posted by SyndicateMarketing View Post

      Put all your backlinks sites in RSS feed, submit that feed to rss dirs and ping them
      This has worked well for me also.
  • Profile picture of the author terryfunk
    First comes first, see where your link is being placed. If it is in a website, check the traffic stats, PR etc of the page that your link is placed, once that page is cached your backlink is indexed. In case of forums, social sites etc the wait is long & the work tedious. RSS is good. However I suggest that one opts for Banner or display advertising or paid directory submissions.
  • Profile picture of the author autoparts003
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  • Profile picture of the author hawk123
    yeah.. you can always do this manually.

    What I do is I create a RSS-feed, submit it to social bookmarking sites and ping those.

    But as others said scrapebox can do this as well, and SENuke also (I thought!)
  • Profile picture of the author autoparts003
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  • Profile picture of the author Myheavens
    Here is my experience, I submit a article to http://www.zchand.com , Its auto approved pr4 site. then simply bookmark the article. Usually the article gets indexed in less than 10 mins and then your backlink too. So simple n powerful method
  • Profile picture of the author TargetedTrafficSolutions
    The truth is it depends on a ton of factors, but if your looking for the quickest least expensive way start with some basic article submissions to quality directories. If you start using a "service" to auto post garbage back links to your site and 99% of all other site in that "niche" have a link graph in googles history that was built differently (Such as building quality links over time, instead of a shi#load of garbage links over a month), your site will be flagged and sent to the bottom of the sandbox.

    The May 1 google update make this even more important to understand. The first set of links to your site need to be of some merit, even if they are no followed ( google stills follow them, they just dont pass page rank, BUT they show trust and authority if done correctly.)

    Go to google news and find a list of journalist writing on your targeted niche, post comments on their stories / blog that will point back to your site, whether they are no followed or not does not matter, it does help get you farther out of the sandbox as those domains are typically trusted completely and craweled thousands of times a day.

    Continue with the article marketing and watch your analytics referral data in conjuction with your GWT incoming links info.
    • Profile picture of the author maurytattoo
      ..as many are contact me to ask about my method i want to explain it:

      i have some blogs that google index very fast..each post in 2-3 minuts...what i do is posting a feed with links and google pick up them in max 5 minuts...so in few hours usually on 100 links i have 70 % indexed..and in next days google pick up some again of them....

      if you need i offer also this service...but please contacme by email fastindexing@gmail.com

      Maury
  • Profile picture of the author jakesolochek
    Scrapelink is good. I used it in the past.

    Signature text links seems to do really good for me on numerous websites, just it can not be the same text otherwise only a couple show. I mix it up a bunch on the text for the textlink and get a better turnaround on the results.
  • Profile picture of the author MAtkins
    I never see stuff about CLICKING.
    Man, I just put a couple links from some article sites like ezinearticles.com.
    I 'preview' my article with my backlinks in it when I first publish it.

    I use proxies so I can click from different IP addresses.
    I publish to 3 or 4 article sites and click each of my links 3 or 4 times when I preview the article.
    I just make sure I click from different IPs.

    I've done the same thing with profile sites and got the same results.
    Google watches my clicks!

    BAM! Brand new domains consistently get indexed inside of 24 hours.

    I'd love to see some testing - techniques that involve CLICKING, not just backlinks.
    I'm convinced that Google watches clicks more and more.
    I wouldn't be surprised to find that eventually they almost only watch clicks.

    kk - I think yer the what's goin' on I'm watching for your new ZOOM backlink software in Terry Kyle & Tom's forum. I just *love* multi-thread - can't take anything that can't very seriously.

    Make sure I'm in the loop k? aff marketer at soft link sys . com
    • Profile picture of the author seonb
      Originally Posted by MAtkins View Post

      I never see stuff about CLICKING.
      Man, I just put a couple links from some article sites like ezinearticles.com.
      I 'preview' my article with my backlinks in it when I first publish it.

      I use proxies so I can click from different IP addresses.
      I publish to 3 or 4 article sites and click each of my links 3 or 4 times when I preview the article.
      I just make sure I click from different IPs.

      I've done the same thing with profile sites and got the same results.
      Google watches my clicks!

      BAM! Brand new domains consistently get indexed inside of 24 hours.

      I'd love to see some testing - techniques that involve CLICKING, not just backlinks.
      I'm convinced that Google watches clicks more and more.
      I wouldn't be surprised to find that eventually they almost only watch clicks.
      Interesting, do you know of any other studies on this?
  • Profile picture of the author Kaviraj7777
    One of the ways my friends use is , they build backlinks on related sites and then they Ping that page useing on of the pinging services like Pingomatic etc. - and it has worked for them .
  • Profile picture of the author JamesMSpacey
    Just be patient.
  • Profile picture of the author Hardi Wijaya
    Try Ping.fm
  • Profile picture of the author marky12345
    Comment on blogs but only using your name and not a keyword!
  • Profile picture of the author Hardi Wijaya
    I've forgotten.

    Try Backlink Index Express. The index rate is much higher than the usual rss ping. However, if you don't feel like buying it, you could just use ping.fm because BIE uses ping.fm too.


    Hardi
  • Profile picture of the author mrgami13
    where can i get scrapelink?
  • Profile picture of the author uktelephonesystem
    Site valuation
    Rss feed submission for Rss Feeds quality directories
    Social bookmarking
    Dofollow Blog commenting

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