How to use Backlinks Indexer optimally ?

by hentis
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Hi Warriors. I subscribed to backlinksindexer.com 2 days ago. I would appreciate any advise pertaining how to use this service to get best results. when you google just about any search term pertaining backlink indexing or building services, they rank no. 1. So I figured it can't hurt. I want to use the service to help rank a new blog. The budget is very tight.
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  • Profile picture of the author Orion3003
    you will definatly need some form of a budget. A good method to try out is parasite SEO for ranking quickly if your low on money.
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  • Profile picture of the author michaelkoehler92
    You wont need that service if you are working on your blog only at the moment also if you are going to build quality backlinks then also they wont be needed as google it index all those easily within a specific time.

    Usually there kind of backlink indexers are needed when you are going to build a lot of automated links via any tools like RankerX, GSA, Scrapebox Besides them you wont even that service.
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  • Profile picture of the author SEOenthusiast
    Completely agree with Michael, I'd stay away from these tools. Your links will get indexed anyway, just a bit slower. And if you want to rank, build natural quality links. That way you also won't have to worry about getting penalized.

    Cheers.
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    As the last two people pointed out, the tool is worthless. You can get pages to be indexed just as easily by posting a link to them on Google+. You can manually do the same thing, linking to the pages that have backlinks to your site. Chances are, if you HAVE TO do this and Google is not already aware of those pages, they weren't very good links to begin with.
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    The question you need to be asking is, would your links even matter for SEO without forcefully indexing them on your own?

    The answer would be, each of the followed links need their own followed backlink profile.

    Speeding up a process is fine (ex: indexing links) but you need to make sure the links are even worthy of your time (ex: followed links with their own backlink profile vs nofollow links).
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  • Profile picture of the author James Clifton
    I hope you haven't paid for anything because, I would not advise you to use this tool. Sure, they do what they say their going to do. They give a crazy amount of backlinks. The only problem is that this will violate Google's terms of service and they will penalize you. Putting you back in square one.
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    • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
      Originally Posted by James Clifton View Post

      I hope you haven't paid for anything because, I would not advise you to use this tool. Sure, they do what they say their going to do. They give a crazy amount of backlinks. The only problem is that this will violate Google's terms of service and they will penalize you. Putting you back in square one.
      This assumes that Google will do a manual review of your site. As everyone should know by now, Penguin 4.0 does not penalize bad backlinks, it ignores them.Therefore, the algorithm will not penalize you. We can only speculate about whether or not a bunch of "red flags" are sent to the manual review team at Google that then results in real people looking at your site and issuing a manual penalty.
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      • Profile picture of the author hentis
        Originally Posted by dave_hermansen View Post

        This assumes that Google will do a manual review of your site. As everyone should know by now, Penguin 4.0 does not penalize bad backlinks, it ignores them.Therefore, the algorithm will not penalize you. We can only speculate about whether or not a bunch of "red flags" are sent to the manual review team at Google that then results in real people looking at your site and issuing a manual penalty.
        Thanks Dave. I see you everywhere I go on this form, which seem to suggest that you have good knowledge. I also read whatever you replied and it reiterates the previous sentence. From what I've red so far on the net I want to agree with you in a sense that using this tool is not really THAT unsafe. I appreciate what you said "Penguin 4.0 does not penalize bad backlinks, it ignores them." .It gives me a little sense of hope.

        See the thing is I am one person and I also have a "now and then" physical job. So for me to just rely on myself building back links will just take too long.

        I am only paying 3$ a month which is a special promotional deal and about a fifth of their entry package in terms of daily link processing. So I don't think it will cause much harm. I will also have to see with time how much benefit it brings, if any at all.

        What I have noticed is that it seems like Google is very slow or stubborn to index back links. Alexa sees about 7 of my back links. Majestic sees about 7 other back links of mine. Google shows only 1.
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