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Well, I made backlinks for several webpages (pages were new and were not indexed). I used senuke. When it finished linkbuilding, I checked my website pages immediately and became extremely surprised. All the pages were indexed and all pages were in search from 40-80 results (keywords quite competitive).


I'd like to understand what makes webpages index and appear in results so quickly.
- How does senuke do that?
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    Originally Posted by andygoal View Post

    Well, I made backlinks for several webpages (pages were new and were not indexed). I used senuke. When it finished linkbuilding, I checked my website pages immediately and became extremely surprised. All the pages were indexed and all pages were in search from 40-80 results (keywords quite competitive).


    I'd like to understand what makes webpages index and appear in results so quickly.
    - How does senuke do that?
    For the indexing, SEnuke doesn't do that. Links do that as does dumb luck.
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    What does that then ?!
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    • Profile picture of the author jkgultimate
      Originally Posted by andygoal View Post

      What does that then ?!
      SENUKE templates have indexers that help with that.

      Becareful when nuking that your anchor texts are varied.

      You don't want to get a penalty
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    • Profile picture of the author alex93
      Originally Posted by andygoal View Post

      What does that then ?!
      It depends, when I first put my site online I was ranking 3rd for the keyword "game" and 5th for the keyword "video game reviews", it was driving almost 1 million people a month combined.

      At the time the site was new almost, so i figured this SEO stuff is pretty easy, i later found out that it was down to the fact the site was new, Google was testing new sites and often gives the site the keyword of choice, it is dropped from the top ten later if the algorithms and bounce rate was low.

      Google does use a lot of ranking factors, my site was not up to those factors at the time, hence it was only temporary and pretty inevitable to be honest. I suppose the way of looking at it is, the user then thinks, i had Google traffic what went wrong?

      So the bump to new sites is quite common, both of my sites did this.
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  • Profile picture of the author greatar4
    This may excite a little bit to find many of your pages ranking in search from 40-80 results for competitive terms. But, the problem is that these kind of results don't really last. It may just be a short term boost hat your pages receive. Since you've gotten quite a nice result, you might be tempted to proceed further with that tool that you are using, but keep in mind that the same automated tool can get your site into serious trouble in the long run.
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    • Profile picture of the author jkgultimate
      Originally Posted by greatar4 View Post

      This may excite a little bit to find many of your pages ranking in search from 40-80 results for competitive terms. But, the problem is that these kind of results don't really last. It may just be a short term boost hat your pages receive. Since you've gotten quite a nice result, you might be tempted to proceed further with that tool that you are using, but keep in mind that the same automated tool can get your site into serious trouble in the long run.
      Greatar4,

      I have been using SENUKE for 2 years and I totally dominate my NICHE in everyway.

      It's not the TOOL that can get you in trouble, it's HOW you use it.

      There is the right way and the wrong way.

      Like I said earlier, make sure you have a ton of variation in your anchor texts.
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  • Profile picture of the author sonjay
    I do SENUKE-ing partly, but usually with tiers (or backlinks to backlinks) and I get the target effect..
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  • Profile picture of the author Valen007
    Originally Posted by andygoal View Post

    Well, I made backlinks for several webpages (pages were new and were not indexed). I used senuke. When it finished linkbuilding, I checked my website pages immediately and became extremely surprised. All the pages were indexed and all pages were in search from 40-80 results (keywords quite competitive).


    I'd like to understand what makes webpages index and appear in results so quickly.
    - How does senuke do that?
    This sounds unbelievable luck, to get instanly to 40-80 Google results on searched terms.
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  • Profile picture of the author arindamb
    Yeah right (others mentioned too) Senuke has nothing to do with indexing. The links get indexed and thats when your pages get indexed. I wanted to ask you were you logged into Google while checking your rankings?
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