How to get my forum profiles indexed by google?

by Sayed
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Hello fellow warriors,

I have 100 forum profile links (Angela type links) for over a month now and till the moment they are not indexed by google or yahoo!
What should I do to get these links indexed and count?
Thanks in advance
#forum #google #indexed #profiles
  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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      Originally Posted by yukon View Post

      1) Build a single page someplace on the net (anyplace), & include all 100 profile URLs on that page.

      2) Build a single new high PR5+ (page) backlink (I use blog comments), & link to the page that includes your 100 URLs.

      The high PR-Page backlink will get Google to keep going to your 100 URL page.

      Better than a Ping, that only happens once...
      Awesome idea!
      So, for example, I create a blogger blog with a post containing that 100 urls and then make a high quality backlink for that blog post and done, right?

      Thanks a million dude

      P.S. Should I add an anchor text for each link or just add the links without anchor?
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    • Profile picture of the author RealEcon
      Originally Posted by yukon View Post

      1) Build a single page someplace on the net (anyplace), & include all 100 profile URLs on that page.

      2) Build a single new high PR5+ (page) backlink (I use blog comments), & link to the page that includes your 100 URLs.

      The high PR-Page backlink will get Google to keep going to your 100 URL page.

      Better than a Ping, that only happens once...
      Or you can find a forum with a decent page rank (dofollow preferably) comment a few times a popular threads that are sure to get crawled by Gbots, and drop a sig link to the page your 100 profiles are on. Try to make the sig link something that people wont click on like a period at the end of a sentence.

      Anyway, using this technique you can easily change out the sig link when you have new pages of profiles to get indexed.
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    • Profile picture of the author Dan B Rusu
      Originally Posted by yukon View Post

      1) Build a single page someplace on the net (anyplace), & include all 100 profile URLs on that page.

      2) Build a single new high PR5+ (page) backlink (I use blog comments), & link to the page that includes your 100 URLs.

      The high PR-Page backlink will get Google to keep going to your 100 URL page.

      Better than a Ping, that only happens once...

      This is great and will get your backlinks indexed fast. You can also create an rss feed with all sites and ping the feed.

      You can do that with this: Links 2 RSS - Convert a list of URLs to RSS feeds

      Good luck
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      Thanks for this wonderful tip Yukon
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    • Originally Posted by yukon View Post

      1) Build a single page someplace on the net (anyplace), & include all 100 profile URLs on that page.

      2) Build a single new high PR5+ (page) backlink (I use blog comments), & link to the page that includes your 100 URLs.

      The high PR-Page backlink will get Google to keep going to your 100 URL page.

      Better than a Ping, that only happens once...
      Does this matter if I put like 4700 links from an xrumer blast on a page like this?

      Will google still index them all even when there are thousands of links??
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      • Profile picture of the author yukon
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        Originally Posted by ExploringInfinity View Post

        Does this matter if I put like 4700 links from an xrumer blast on a page like this?

        Will google still index them all even when there are thousands of links??
        That's a lot of links for a single page.

        I try to keep my outbound links around 100 per page.

        You still have a few options.

        A) Break that list of URLs into 47 pages x 100 URLs.

        B) Create an RSS feed for the entire list

        C) Create about 5 RSS feeds with approx. 1,000 URLs per feed, then create a master RSS that links to the 5 URL feeds.

        The important thing is having a single high PR5-6+ backlink pointing to the master feed, that's what gets the ball rolling, & shows Google your backlinks.

        I do all my backlinks by hand, so I'm not dealing with thousands of links at the same time. However, If I did have thousands of new links the RSS feed would be my first choice.

        Here is the RSS flow:

        1) Single high PR5-6+ backlink pointing to master RSS feed

        2) Master RSS feed pointing to 5 pages of RSS feed that contain 4,700 links.

        3) RSS feeds pointing to backlinks

        You can go about this several ways, & Google can read an xml file just fine.

        If you use the single high PR5-6+ backlink, you can host the xml files on your own hosting account without having to worry about it being deleted from a RSS host, & that high PR backlink will keep the RSS in the loop with Google.

        Here is a great thread about getting links indexed with RSS, might help.

        http://www.warriorforum.com/adsense-...OFbvL510UuAvrW
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        • Originally Posted by yukon View Post

          That's a lot of links for a single page.

          I try to keep my outbound links around 100 per page.

          You still have a few options.

          A) Break that list of URLs into 47 pages x 100 URLs.

          B) Create an RSS feed for the entire list

          C) Create about 5 RSS feeds with approx. 1,000 URLs per feed, then create a master RSS that links to the 5 URL feeds.

          The important thing is having a single high PR5-6+ backlink pointing to the master feed, that's what gets the ball rolling, & shows Google your backlinks.

          I do all my backlinks by hand, so I'm not dealing with thousands of links at the same time. However, If I did have thousands of new links the RSS feed would be my first choice.

          Here is the RSS flow:

          1) Single high PR5-6+ backlink pointing to master RSS feed

          2) Master RSS feed pointing to 5 pages of RSS feed that contain 4,700 links.

          3) RSS feeds pointing to backlinks

          You can go about this several ways, & Google can read an xml file just fine.

          If you use the single high PR5-6+ backlink, you can host the xml files on your own hosting account without having to worry about it being deleted from a RSS host, & that high PR backlink will keep the RSS in the loop with Google.

          Here is a great thread about getting links indexed with RSS, might help.

          http://www.warriorforum.com/adsense-...OFbvL510UuAvrW

          Thank you! This cleared everything up that I was questioning. Great advice!
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        • Profile picture of the author JBrooks
          Originally Posted by yukon View Post

          That's a lot of links for a single page.

          I try to keep my outbound links around 100 per page.

          You still have a few options.

          A) Break that list of URLs into 47 pages x 100 URLs.
          I use BIE to do this however the backlinks are spread out over quite a few pages. Would pointing a few high pr backlinks to the root domain have the same effect?
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    • Profile picture of the author Bryan V
      Originally Posted by yukon View Post

      1) Build a single page someplace on the net (anyplace), & include all 100 profile URLs on that page.

      2) Build a single new high PR5+ (page) backlink (I use blog comments), & link to the page that includes your 100 URLs.

      The high PR-Page backlink will get Google to keep going to your 100 URL page.

      Better than a Ping, that only happens once...
      I'm trying this on Wordpress.com with about four PR3/4 blog comment backlinks pointing to the page. 12 hours and nothing indexed yet, will check back in again .
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    • Profile picture of the author SebastianDRR
      Originally Posted by yukon View Post

      1) Build a single page someplace on the net (anyplace), & include all 100 profile URLs on that page.

      2) Build a single new high PR5+ (page) backlink (I use blog comments), & link to the page that includes your 100 URLs.

      The high PR-Page backlink will get Google to keep going to your 100 URL page.

      Better than a Ping, that only happens once...
      Hi there this is kind of late I'm glad to have found this thread as it answers the question I had posted last week.

      I built a single page on a blogger blogspot blog with about 75 links. It's a brand new one I set up. Does it matter if it's brand new or one that's been around for a while?

      Secondly the high PR backlink which I have done - it's a comment on a high PR blog but comments are no-follow there. Does it matter if it's a no-follow or should they be do-follow?

      Lastly how long does this process take? I guess an approximation is fine. I'm brand new with this and am trying to learn and gather as much info as possible.

      Thanks in advance!

      Your help is appreciated.
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    • Profile picture of the author abbie23
      Hi Yukon.
      Please let me to understand perfectly what do say because i don't want to get the red flag!
      1. Make an HTML page with hipper link to my profiles, nothing else!? Like an article or something? I only have 25-30 profiles that want to be indexed!
      2. Put this file on a domain other the one i promote.
      3. Going to Delicious or Folkd and make just one bookmark.
      4. Then wait 2-3 days to see what happen.

      Thanks for your support i have this problem for a long time!
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    split the backlinks list into two halves..put one half on a page @ 3stepAds | Free Advertising Blog and the other on a squidoo lens put a short article on each plus a photo with correct anchor text and a footer link on each pointing at each other....if you see what I mean....both of these sites get their content indexed really quick!!! been using this for a while now...seems to work just fine!!
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  • Profile picture of the author eppingvonryan
    Oh I also ping them...now some people don't like to do this but it cannot hurt!!! I use Blog and Ping Tool - Use Pingler.com to Drive Traffic your Blogs and Websites and Ping-o-Matic! ....Now I say pinging will not hurt these links.....Otherwise if google penalised a site for doing it then if you wanted to bring a competitor site down all you would have to do would be to ping thier links....Obvious really!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author jimbo74
    Your advices sound really nice! I will start making some test tomorrow to see if your methods really work ;-)
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  • Profile picture of the author Sayed
    I tried Yukun's method and I'll inform you the results soon
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    • Profile picture of the author yukon
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      Originally Posted by Sayed View Post

      I tried Yukun's method and I'll inform you the results soon
      Just make sure the high PR is on the actual backlink page, otherwise it will take a long time for Google to find the backlink pointing to the 100 URLs.

      I have a single blog post with a PR6 on the page, that I use to send Google to a list of URLs anytime I do backlinking.

      Most times Google keeps returning to high PR pages on a regular basis.
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      • Profile picture of the author Sayed
        Originally Posted by yukon View Post

        Just make sure the high PR is on the actual backlink page, otherwise it will take a long time for Google to find the backlink pointing to the 100 URLs.

        I have a single blog post with a PR6 on the page, that I use to send Google to a list of URLs anytime I do backlinking.

        Most times Google keeps returning to high PR pages on a regular basis.
        I commented on 2 pages both of which are PR 5 (The actual page not the blog)
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        • Profile picture of the author Chris Sweeney
          Originally Posted by Daniel7rusu View Post

          This is great and will get your backlinks indexed fast. You can also create an rss feed with all sites and ping the feed.

          You can do that with this: Links 2 RSS - Convert a list of URLs to RSS feeds

          Good luck
          Yup, that's what I do too! Except Links2RSS deletes their feeds within 24 hours now . Buttttt I think that might still be enough time for the search engines to come crawling around to find those links .
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    You can also use SB rapid index added on to speed up the indexing process
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    • Profile picture of the author Chris Sweeney
      Originally Posted by edgelance View Post

      You can also use SB rapid index added on to speed up the indexing process
      What's SB rapid index? I can seem to find anything for it on Google; just a couple forum posts.
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        Originally Posted by Chris Sweeney View Post

        What's SB rapid index? I can seem to find anything for it on Google; just a couple forum posts.
        I don't use ScrapeBox, but I think that's what they are talking about?

        http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8&q=scrapebox+rapid+index

        That can be done without buying ScrapeBox...
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        • Profile picture of the author jtpada
          Originally Posted by yukon View Post

          I don't use ScrapeBox, but I think that's what they are talking about?

          http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8&q=scrapebox+rapid+index

          That can be done without buying ScrapeBox...
          Scrapebox has a variety of addons, among which is a mass ping tool for rapid indexing. Very useful.
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        • Profile picture of the author Chris Sweeney
          Originally Posted by yukon View Post

          I don't use ScrapeBox, but I think that's what they are talking about?

          http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8&q=scrapebox+rapid+index

          That can be done without buying ScrapeBox...
          Ahhhh, thanks Yukon. I've heard of ScrapeBox but never actually looked too hard into it. I could be wrong, but it seems that the "rapid index" function is the same idea as Steve's SEO Link Dominator FAST Indexer (located as a free download for Warroom members). It basically takes your page/site URL and "meta indexes" it by creating a page with your the URL on several thousand of those WhoIs website statistics sites.
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          • Profile picture of the author yukon
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            Originally Posted by Chris Sweeney View Post

            Ahhhh, thanks Yukon. I've heard of ScrapeBox but never actually looked too hard into it. I could be wrong, but it seems that the "rapid index" function is the same idea as Steve's SEO Link Dominator FAST Indexer (located as a free download for Warroom members). It basically takes your page/site URL and "meta indexes" it by creating a page with your the URL on several thousand of those WhoIs website statistics sites.
            Yep, I think that's what it does.

            The downside is you can only use those sites for your sites Index page.

            I thought about making my own app to do this (still might) with VB.net, just need time to work on it. Maybe do a JV with someones list here on WF?
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  • Profile picture of the author jacked
    Yea as the above posted mentioned you can use Backlink Energizer or RSS submissions. I personally make an RSS feed, each of 800 links, since I index over 5k links at a time. I then do RSS submissions of them all, then I put all the feeds into the footer of my oldest blog which gets crawled on like crazy, and ping the shi** out of it. I usually just leave it there til I am happy with the amount indexed, and then I put up the next batch of feeds. The way I create my RSS feeds is a little more complicated, but you can use what I said above and it will work fine.
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    • Profile picture of the author Chris Sweeney
      Originally Posted by yukon View Post

      Yep, I think that's what it does.

      The downside is you can only use those sites for your sites Index page.

      I thought about making my own app to do this (still might) with VB.net, just need time to work on it. Maybe do a JV with someones list here on WF?
      Nice, that wouldn't be a bad idea. There are some huge lists floating around. I saw one on one of the black hat forums that has 70,000+ sites, but I totally forget how I came across that thread and I can't find it now . I'll let you know if I do though.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sayed
    The results are amazing guys
    my keyword jumped a huge jump in SERPs (it was steady for over a month), so I guess Yukun's method worked
    Thank you all guys for your help
    Another stupid question, If I need to add new 100 profiles, should I add them to the same page or create a new one?
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      Originally Posted by Sayed View Post

      The results are amazing guys
      my keyword jumped a huge jump in SERPs (it was steady for over a month), so I guess Yukun's method worked
      Thank you all guys for your help
      Another stupid question, If I need to add new 100 profiles, should I add them to the same page or create a new one?
      Good deal, glad it worked out for you!

      It works & is easy to get the new backlinks indexed.

      Now anytime you have new links, just swap out the links on that page after the old links are indexed.

      Just remember the single high PR5-6+ backlink is the key to all those backlinks getting indexed faster.

      After that high PR backlink is created you can forget about it & no need to keep going back, that backlink will keep working as long as it stays intact.

      If you want to create a safer setup you can take it one step further & create 3-4 high PR backlinks all pointing to the same List of 100 URLs. This way If one high PR backlink is ever deleted you still have a few backups that will finish the job.
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      • Profile picture of the author Young Samurai
        Thanks to all of you chaps,

        I've been trying out a few things the past few days to get profile links indexed.

        This thread has been what I thought was the best option.

        I created an xml at Link2RSS with all the urls in it and hosted it on my site

        http://www.mysite.com/mylinks.xml

        and I've been feeding and pinging like mad.

        Following reading this thread I'm now going to create a high PR backlink to it.

        Am I going about it correctly?
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          Thanks to you all for this post
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        • Profile picture of the author yukon
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          Originally Posted by Young Samurai View Post

          Thanks to all of you chaps,

          I've been trying out a few things the past few days to get profile links indexed.

          This thread has been what I thought was the best option.

          I created an xml at Link2RSS with all the urls in it and hosted it on my site

          http://www.mysite.com/mylinks.xml

          and I've been feeding and pinging like mad.

          Following reading this thread I'm now going to create a high PR backlink to it.

          Am I going about it correctly?
          Yes, get a high PR backlink pointing at that feed.

          It only takes 1 high PR backlink, but If you have more than that it can only help.

          Make sure the high PR isn't nofollow, & the actual pagerank is on the page.
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        • Profile picture of the author Chris Sweeney
          Originally Posted by Young Samurai View Post

          Thanks to all of you chaps,

          I've been trying out a few things the past few days to get profile links indexed.

          This thread has been what I thought was the best option.

          I created an xml at Link2RSS with all the urls in it and hosted it on my site

          http://www.mysite.com/mylinks.xml

          and I've been feeding and pinging like mad.

          Following reading this thread I'm now going to create a high PR backlink to it.

          Am I going about it correctly?
          Again, serious question. Correct me if I'm wrong, but if you upload the RSS feed to your site, now you've essentially created reciprocal links, haven't you? You have the feed on your domain now, right? So now your domain is linking to all of your backlinks, and those backlinks are linking right back to your domain. Wouldn't that be reciprocal linking? I could be wrong, but the general understanding is that reciprocal links carry much less weight in terms of SEO. Anyone have any thoughts on that?
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          • Profile picture of the author Young Samurai
            I had returned to this thread to ask this very question.

            If we host the feed on our site, eg,

            http://www.mysite.com/my-links-to-mysite.xml

            is this reciprocal linking?

            Would it be better to host it on another of our properties, eg

            http://www.another-of-my-sites.com/my-links-to-mysite.xml

            What think ye?


            Originally Posted by Chris Sweeney View Post

            Again, serious question. Correct me if I'm wrong, but if you upload the RSS feed to your site, now you've essentially created reciprocal links, haven't you? You have the feed on your domain now, right? So now your domain is linking to all of your backlinks, and those backlinks are linking right back to your domain. Wouldn't that be reciprocal linking? I could be wrong, but the general understanding is that reciprocal links carry much less weight in terms of SEO. Anyone have any thoughts on that?
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            • If you can host it on a different site, I'd say you might as well do it that way.. Just to make sure!
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                Originally Posted by Young Samurai View Post

                I had returned to this thread to ask this very question.

                If we host the feed on our site, eg,

                http://www.mysite.com/my-links-to-mysite.xml

                is this reciprocal linking?

                Would it be better to host it on another of our properties, eg

                http://www.another-of-my-sites.com/my-links-to-mysite.xml

                What think ye?
                Originally Posted by ExploringInfinity View Post

                If you can host it on a different site, I'd say you might as well do it that way.. Just to make sure!
                Same here, If you have another domain it wouldn't hurt to host it on that site.

                I have an older domain that I use for testing different things (seo), I just slap my links up their get them indexed & cached then pull the links back down 3-4 days later. It won't hurt to leave them longer.
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                  • Profile picture of the author Young Samurai
                    Thanks again to all you guys.
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                    • Profile picture of the author designerjack
                      I can help you and I can prove all my backlinks get indexed with this system.
                      Don't worry, I won't charge you a DIME for this information.

                      Here is what I do...

                      I setup the backlinks on a daily basis, and break them in sections
                      10/day (for my new domains) or 20/day - 40/day (for my domains older than 1 years old)

                      I get those backlinks, and submit to pingomatic and ping.fm

                      Then... I'll use one of my web 2.0 properties/blogs and
                      add a link into my page, pointing to my backlinks page.

                      After that, I will submit my backlinks and web 2.0 property page onto (20) social bookmarking sites.
                      Meaning I submit 40 total links.

                      (20) for my backlinks page, and (20) for my blog/web2.0 pages

                      Just to sum it up... I take those 40 submissions and I ping them.

                      Walla... Gets the work done and you actually get backlinks to your backlinks, which creates more value to your links. Let me know if you need help with anything. This method is proven for me. But this guide isn't the complete guide on how my SEO will out perform my competition.

                      We can discuss that in a later day.
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                      • Profile picture of the author Young Samurai
                        Designerjack,

                        Thank you very much.

                        I can't believe the info I'm getting on this thread (sorry Sayed, hopefully I haven't totally hijacked your thread.)

                        Originally Posted by designerjack View Post

                        ... But this guide isn't the complete guide on how my SEO will out perform my competition.

                        We can discuss that in a later day.
                        Does your current wso in the signature link contain the "complete guide?"
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                          Originally Posted by Young Samurai View Post

                          Designerjack,

                          Thank you very much.

                          I can't believe the info I'm getting on this thread (sorry Sayed, hopefully I haven't totally hijacked your thread.)



                          Does your current wso in the signature link contain the "complete guide?"
                          Yes, in fact, everything I recommended plus more will give you all the steps you can follow to getting them done for you. You'll get packages of backlinks, indexing profile backlinks, video tutorials, seo tools, wordpress seo videos, freebie software's, keyword research guides and more.

                          -- just answering your question to that. Thanks

                          I would also like to add another method to my approach.

                          -- Have you tried submitting your backlinks profile pages into social bookmark sites?then gathering the links that was created from social bookmarking sites and Blog Commenting with them? -- Try that!

                          I would use this method maybe few times a day for great seo results.
                          You don't need to spam your comment with the link. Just add it in where it says, NAME, EMAIL and Website URL. <<< add your social bookmark pages that you built your backlinks or domains on. This works like a charm

                          I can help you and I can prove all my backlinks get indexed with this system.
                          Don't worry, I won't charge you a DIME for this information.
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    Yes, but don't put more than 50 links per high pr sites for better response..
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    • Profile picture of the author Chris Sweeney
      Originally Posted by yukon View Post

      Good deal, glad it worked out for you!

      It works & is easy to get the new backlinks indexed.

      Now anytime you have new links, just swap out the links on that page after the old links are indexed.

      Just remember the single high PR5-6+ backlink is the key to all those backlinks getting indexed faster.

      After that high PR backlink is created you can forget about it & no need to keep going back, that backlink will keep working as long as it stays intact.

      If you want to create a safer setup you can take it one step further & create 3-4 high PR backlinks all pointing to the same List of 100 URLs. This way If one high PR backlink is ever deleted you still have a few backups that will finish the job.
      Serious question, and I'm not trying to sound like a wiseguy at all. But if we're in the process of creating high PR backlinks, why don't we just point those links to our main sites instead of using those high PR links to get PR 0 or PR- backlinks indexed? Then we could forget about the hundreds or thousands of low-PR backlinks that we get from profile links, etc. :confused:
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      • Profile picture of the author yukon
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        Originally Posted by Chris Sweeney View Post

        Serious question, and I'm not trying to sound like a wiseguy at all. But if we're in the process of creating high PR backlinks, why don't we just point those links to our main sites instead of using those high PR links to get PR 0 or PR- backlinks indexed? Then we could forget about the hundreds or thousands of low-PR backlinks that we get from profile links, etc. :confused:
        Sure you can point the high PR directly to your domain.

        OP, was asking how to get 100 forum profile links (existing links) indexed, because he hasn't had much luck getting Google to find the existing backlinks.

        This only takes a single high PR link to work.

        Low PR pages are not all bad, it depends on how they are setup (page-title, anchor-text, <h1> tag) on the backlink page.

        The problem with low PR pages is they are not very active or have very few backlinks pointing at the new backlink page.

        High PR pages tend to be more active with Google crawling them often. High PR pages are also harder to get your backlink on. In this case (this thread) it's not that difficult to find at least a single high PR backlink that can be used over & over for years.

        Hope that helps,
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        • Profile picture of the author Chris Sweeney
          Originally Posted by yukon View Post

          Sure you can point the high PR directly to your domain.

          OP, was asking how to get 100 forum profile links (existing links) indexed, because he hasn't had much luck getting Google to find the existing backlinks.

          This only takes a single high PR link to work.

          Low PR pages are not all bad, it depends on how they are setup (page-title, anchor-text, <h1> tag) on the backlink page.

          The problem with low PR pages is they are not very active or have very few backlinks pointing at the new backlink page.

          High PR pages tend to be more active with Google crawling them often. High PR pages are also harder to get your backlink on. In this case (this thread) it's not that difficult to find at least a single high PR backlink that can be used over & over for years.

          Hope that helps,
          Ah, I see, thanks for clearing that up for me yukon!
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  • I think by making a free blog and posting all your forum signature will work. However, if you do regular forum posting, I think it will be index automatically.
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    • Profile picture of the author Chris Sweeney
      Originally Posted by ambroseprince12 View Post

      Yes, that's what I do too! Unless removed Links2RSS flows within 24 hours now. Buttttt I think maybe even enough time for the search engines come crawling to find these links
      I hate to break the good flow of this thread, but didn't I already post nearly the exact same thing you just said there? See above in post #15: http://www.warriorforum.com/adsense-...ml#post3181131

      It seems as though you've copied and pasted my post, switched a couple words around, and re-posted. Are you trying to increase your posts to get more backlinks from your signature or something? If so, that kind of stuff will get you banned around here.
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  • Profile picture of the author navyseal
    Doing angela paul backlinks is really a time consuming..

    sometimes I used it but sometimes I don't.

    Mostly I use twitter.
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  • Profile picture of the author alexmw106
    Im loving this thread clears up a few questions i had in a prvious post. Quick question is it better to make an rss feed of you link and get high pr link to it or a backlink page normal html or blog with a link pointing to it.

    Can i set up both or will that send a red flag to google?
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  • Profile picture of the author Danial09
    brilliant idea solving my problem. i like the way to get profiles link indexed by signature. This methods would work great
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    • Profile picture of the author Chris Sweeney
      Originally Posted by yukon View Post

      Yep, I think that's what it does.

      The downside is you can only use those sites for your sites Index page.

      I thought about making my own app to do this (still might) with VB.net, just need time to work on it. Maybe do a JV with someones list here on WF?
      Originally Posted by Chris Sweeney View Post

      Nice, that wouldn't be a bad idea. There are some huge lists floating around. I saw one on one of the black hat forums that has 70,000+ sites, but I totally forget how I came across that thread and I can't find it now . I'll let you know if I do though.
      Yukon, I found that list for ya. Scott G has one with 77,777 sites and said if anyone wants it, just ask. Here's his post: http://www.warriorforum.com/adsense-...ml#post3287368
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  • Profile picture of the author Bryan V
    Ok after waiting a few days, 3 out of 100 links indexed and im not sure if this is even from the comments or they would have indexed anyway. I've pinged the comment pages, but this shouldn't matter that much right? Not looking good.

    The comments have my keyword as the username pointing to the page with the links, it's not within the comment... any ideas why it isn't working?
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    • Profile picture of the author designerjack
      I posted this in the other threads about Indexing Profile Backlinks.

      Follow this method and process below...

      Backlinks Indexed - by "designerjack" aka AJ Morgans

      It has been a proven model of indexing for most warriors!

      Don't worry so much about indexing. Just do the best you can because you've got other things to manage your time with. I'm glad you know that building profile links is important for your site, but don't try to maximize a lot of time on it. Blog commenting is good, but I would also keep that process to the minimum. Maybe post 6-8 blog comments a day. Then move onto other tasks.

      Originally Posted by pack12 View Post

      Ok after waiting a few days, 3 out of 100 links indexed and im not sure if this is even from the comments or they would have indexed anyway. I've pinged the comment pages, but this shouldn't matter that much right? Not looking good.

      The comments have my keyword as the username pointing to the page with the links, it's not within the comment... any ideas why it isn't working?
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      • Profile picture of the author Juba1
        That was an excellent tip by Yukon and others.
        One question I have though is how do you check if your backlinks have been indexed by Google?

        I followed the advice of the previous posts but not sure if links have been indexed or not.

        Any ideas?
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        • Profile picture of the author Bryan V
          Originally Posted by Juba1 View Post

          One question I have though is how do you check if your backlinks have been indexed by Google?
          Paste the URL into G search and see if the URL shows up.

          Or search it as "site:URL"

          If you're using scrapebox, it can process large lists.
          Scrapebox checks G index with "info:URL".





          Here's what else DIDN'T work after over 1 week:
          1. hundreds of blog comments from unique domains to the profile links
          2. thousands of other profile links pointing to the 1st tier
          3. bookmarked each profile link at over 20 sites per URL, pinged profiles
          4. creating RSS feeds (20/40/100 per feed, mixed with real feeds), submit to aggregators (used to work, but now its 1% index rate which may/may not even be from RSSing), bookmark/ping rss feeds

          What DOES work for me:
          1. indexing service (not sure what they actually do), but I can't justify high costs for indexing measly profile links.
          2. My aged autoblog (it caps out fast, but it's my best bet)
          3. Last resort, waiting on a new backlink index express setup to age a bit.. hopefully its rate will improve.
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      • Profile picture of the author jacked
        Originally Posted by designerjack View Post

        I can help you and I can prove all my backlinks get indexed with this system.
        Don't worry, I won't charge you a DIME for this information.

        Here is what I do...

        I setup the backlinks on a daily basis, and break them in sections
        10/day (for my new domains) or 20/day - 40/day (for my domains older than 1 years old)

        I get those backlinks, and submit to pingomatic and ping.fm

        Then... I'll use one of my web 2.0 properties/blogs and
        add a link into my page, pointing to my backlinks page.

        After that, I will submit my backlinks and web 2.0 property page onto (20) social bookmarking sites.
        Meaning I submit 40 total links.

        (20) for my backlinks page, and (20) for my blog/web2.0 pages

        Just to sum it up... I take those 40 submissions and I ping them.

        Walla... Gets the work done and you actually get backlinks to your backlinks, which creates more value to your links. Let me know if you need help with anything. This method is proven for me. But this guide isn't the complete guide on how my SEO will out perform my competition.

        We can discuss that in a later day.
        Yea I do something similar to that but for thousands of links at a time.

        Originally Posted by designerjack View Post

        I posted this in the other threads about Indexing Profile Backlinks.

        Follow this method and process below...

        Backlinks Indexed - by "designerjack" aka AJ Morgans

        It has been a proven model of indexing for most warriors!

        Don't worry so much about indexing. Just do the best you can because you've got other things to manage your time with. I'm glad you know that building profile links is important for your site, but don't try to maximize a lot of time on it. Blog commenting is good, but I would also keep that process to the minimum. Maybe post 6-8 blog comments a day. Then move onto other tasks.
        This is very interesting, I used to do something similar to this, will have to try this out.
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        • Profile picture of the author nimmysnv
          First of all, it is always needed to choose those forums that are high PR and relevant to our site and then creating profile with all your necessary updates so that fellow posters and crawlers will definitely visit your profile. Also, by delivering valuable and quality content also, you can get effective traffic and thus results in indexing.
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  • Profile picture of the author rain21
    ping them, it will help you
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  • Profile picture of the author jacked
    Yea, I love posting my profiles on my autoblogs.
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  • Profile picture of the author somenathsen1
    you sould ping your profile links to get index by search engine faster....................
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  • Profile picture of the author BobbyWalker
    Originally Posted by Sayed View Post

    Hello fellow warriors,

    I have 100 forum profile links (Angela type links) for over a month now and till the moment they are not indexed by google or yahoo!
    What should I do to get these links indexed and count?
    Thanks in advance
    I'm currently looking at a report from Link-Assistant.com and i'm looking at 60 new forum links that were indexed...

    What I did was:

    1. copied all my post url's to a notepad

    2. pasted my url's into LinkLicious.me (pro account)

    3. this turns all the posts into feeds and pings them

    I can't speak for anyone else, but this is working for me at the moment.

    Thx,
    Bobby

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    • Profile picture of the author JBrooks
      Originally Posted by BobbyWalker View Post

      I'm currently looking at a report from Link-Assistant.com and i'm looking at 60 new forum links that were indexed...

      What I did was:

      1. copied all my post url's to a notepad

      2. pasted my url's into LinkLicious.me (pro account)

      3. this turns all the posts into feeds and pings them

      I can't speak for anyone else, but this is working for me at the moment.

      Thx,
      Bobby

      ...
      you could also take it a step further and submit those rss feeds (rss submit etc..). could also create a twitter acct a fire away.
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  • Profile picture of the author taxi952
    u can use social bookmarking. this is the fastest way for me to get a new page indexed
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  • Profile picture of the author Kelvin12
    This is what I've been using for the past 2 weeks or so.....

    Check out this in order to get your links indexed:

    Nuclear Link Indexer - Bulk Backlink Indexer

    It has really helped my sites get indexed.

    I only pay $10/mo.
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  • Profile picture of the author iconoclast
    Is it okay to just have a page with a list of links or do you need to write the links into article content?
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  • Profile picture of the author dagaul101
    You could submit those forum profiles to social bookmarking sites like Digg and Reddit, the same rules of indexing will apply to them
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  • Profile picture of the author mianriz
    Google will index your urls .... plz don't push google to do this.
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    • Profile picture of the author abbie23
      I don't like to push! But i have some link made one year ago and nothing happen!
      I also have link indexed but with no page rank take!
      I just relay don know how to do it!
      I have just 25-30 back links that i like to be indexed!
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  • Profile picture of the author chrislangley
    To get them indexed, you could always social bookmark the links
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  • Profile picture of the author Antivirus
    You can do social bookmarking on high pr sites for those profile links. These bookmarking sites will surely make them indexed soon.
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  • Profile picture of the author cbpayne
    if you have to do anything to get a backlink indexed, its probably such a useless backlink, its not worth getting in the first place....BUT, please keep advising my competitors to do this
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