[ASK] how long backlink profile to index ?

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Hi all.
i want to ask,
based on your experience. for new backlink profile, how long will it take for indexed by google naturally ? (without pinging and submit to RSS aggregator, etc)
because i have many backlink profile that i manually build, and it takes so loooong to be indexed. :confused:
sry if my english is bad.

please answer, i need ur advice.
Thanks to you all.
#backlink #index #long #profile
  • Profile picture of the author samual james
    if you active on that profile then it will be indexed by search engines in a week or two but if you are not active enough then it will take more time to get indexed by search engines.
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  • Profile picture of the author jonnyhardbaked
    I think it still depends on Google, we don't actually know when Google will index our profile backlinks.
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  • Profile picture of the author cbpayne
    Most will NEVER get indexed naturally
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  • Profile picture of the author designerjack
    I have answered this many times in my videos and thread posts.

    You're not the only one with this question which is a good thing because
    the truth of the matter is... the best way is to leave it up to search engines to index.

    However, you can do a few things to help the process in
    your favor and actually help your overall rankings down the road.

    In answer to your question, no one in the world knows how soon backlinks can get indexed.
    The algorithm is suppose to index pages and organize it on Google or Yahoo based
    on the relevance to keywords. Search engines don't have a rule of them on when
    your backlinks will get indexed, nor can any expert answer this for you.

    We do however know Google wants backlinks and considers them 'popularity points' that
    help the rankings of a site to help search engine users gain more relevance to their searches.

    Don't worry about how long, just keep your methods organized and try to
    maximize your link power by generating social bookmark pages around your site.

    Keep in mind, popularity points are exactly that, social bookmarks links, and if
    you link them together with backlinks, you can have a great outcome down the road.

    Here is a free blueprint. Try it out yourself... Index Backlinks Warrior Blueprint
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    • Profile picture of the author lukasparov
      Originally Posted by designerjack View Post

      I have answered this many times in my videos and thread posts.

      You're not the only one with this question which is a good thing because
      the truth of the matter is... the best way is to leave it up to search engines to index.

      However, you can do a few things to help the process in
      your favor and actually help your overall rankings down the road.

      In answer to your question, no one in the world knows how soon backlinks can get indexed.
      The algorithm is suppose to index pages and organize it on Google or Yahoo based
      on the relevance to keywords. Search engines don't have a rule of them on when
      your backlinks will get indexed, nor can any expert answer this for you.

      We do however know Google wants backlinks and considers them 'popularity points' that
      help the rankings of a site to help search engine users gain more relevance to their searches.

      Don't worry about how long, just keep your methods organized and try to
      maximize your link power by generating social bookmark pages around your site.

      Keep in mind, popularity points are exactly that, social bookmarks links, and if
      you link them together with backlinks, you can have a great outcome down the road.

      Here is a free blueprint. Try it out yourself...
      so all the backlink(including from PR 0 domain) will still be indexed although I did not do anything ?

      I've heard of the method by changing backlinks to rss, then insert it into the rss aggregator. is this methods still works?

      thanks for the blueprint mister, I will try it.
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  • Profile picture of the author dvduval
    Very few profile pages will even help you even if they get indexed. This is just a big waste of time. The main exception is when you are participating on a site and people from that site notice you. Google can monitor click streams and tell which users are active.
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    • Profile picture of the author yukon
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      Originally Posted by dvduval View Post

      Very few profile pages will even help you even if they get indexed. This is just a big waste of time. The main exception is when you are participating on a site and people from that site notice you. Google can monitor click streams and tell which users are active.
      C'mon now, that's a bias opinion since you own a forum.
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      • Profile picture of the author dvduval
        Originally Posted by yukon View Post

        C'mon now, that's a bias opinion since you own a forum.
        On my forum nobody gets a profile links for a long time, so what I said is even more true with my forums.

        But can google tell which profiles are in use by real, contributing users?
        Absolutely.
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        • Profile picture of the author justbringit
          can't say the exact crawl time...
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        • Profile picture of the author 4morereferrals
          Originally Posted by dvduval View Post


          But can google tell which profiles are in use by real, contributing users?
          Absolutely.
          Perhaps correct ...

          However - there truly seems to be a significant chasm between what Google - CAN DO - SAYS ... and what they are actually DOING or DO.

          There's just far too much overwhelming evidence that forum profiles DO in fact improve SERPS. They still are.

          It likely can and will change ... so then people/seo's/marketers will again "adapt".

          But claiming something doesnt work or wont work because one desires it NOT to work ... ???
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          • Profile picture of the author Chris Sorrell
            Could be a day, a month or even never. That's why you just gotta focus on building links consistently. Diversity is also important so don't just think you can rely on some profile links.
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  • Profile picture of the author designerjack
    Haha Yukon, you always tell it how it is! Love it!

    OP -- you got nothing to worry about. Just keep up the good work!
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  • Profile picture of the author designerjack
    The way Google works things out is the Page Rank Factor. If a website has more relevant links that are coming from high page rank sites, it gives it a link value and weight. In your case, it's a profile page and all you need to do is create more 'votes' to your backlinks, and I recommend it done by Social Bookmarking.
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    • Profile picture of the author westler
      then, it's not exactly time to claw
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