Do you think Backlink Energizer is better then Nuclear Link Indexer??

by rafiseo Banned
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I see NLI backlinks de-indexing quickly. On the other hand BE index backlinks for long term results. Are you experiencing the same thing? Or its just happening to me?

Which one is best?
#backlink #energizer #indexer #link #nuclear
  • Profile picture of the author kkchoon
    Your backlinks don't have unique content, that's why they are easily removed by Google. Go ahead and try this on all other indexer, the result will be the same. Think about this, if I'm Google, why do I want to put repeated junk in my index and let people search for it?

    What you need is Nuclear Link Crawler or Linklicious to crawl your low quality backlinks, at least Google know they are there and give you some credit... However, you'll still get more link juice if you are using any kind of indexing tool, including Backlink Energizer.
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    • Profile picture of the author rafiseo
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      Originally Posted by kkchoon View Post

      Your backlinks don't have unique content, that's why they are easily removed by Google. Go ahead and try this on all other indexer, the result will be the same. Think about this, if I'm Google, why do I want to put repeated junk in my index and let people search for it?

      What you need is Nuclear Link Crawler or Linklicious to crawl your low quality backlinks, at least Google know they are there and give you some credit... However, you'll still get more link juice if you are using any kind of indexing tool, including Backlink Energizer.

      Hi Kok okay I understand the backlinks were just spams and this is why I lost these even after indexing. But can you tell me how can I create backlinks to make sure these will be good enough to get google love and will be glued in google index for such a long time?
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
      Rafiseo instead of wasting time with links that are hard to get indexed you should just go about getting links that do get indexed.
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      • Profile picture of the author rafiseo
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        Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

        Rafiseo instead of wasting time with links that are hard to get indexed you should just go about getting links that do get indexed.

        Same question to you too Mike. How can I ensure my backlinks will be indexed for long time by google?
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        • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
          Originally Posted by rafiseo View Post

          Same question to you too Mike. How can I ensure my backlinks will be indexed for long time by google?
          Thought I answered that - get links that Google crawls. basically a PR N/A or zero link is telling you there are very few links to page where your link is. You get indexed naturally when there are links being crawled to the page.

          Most links go to some content not empty profile pages . The problem with all these backlink products is that they don't address the central issue of why the link isn't being crawled. Even when you use them sooner or later the links will fall off (unless you continue using them because the page is not being found again). Look for quality not just quantity.

          Not saying you can't or should not use them sometimes to get some links noticed faster but if you have wide scalr problem with not getting the majority of your links indexed at all its usually because they are low quality.
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  • Profile picture of the author HKSEO Rotzee
    Linklicious will get them crawled and getting them crawled will boost your SERPS..stop worrying about getting them indexed...that will happen naturally for a lot of them but shouldn't be your focus.

    Your wasting your time worrying about something you cant even get an accurate answer on and that isn't needed to increase your SERPS. Indexing HELPS your SERPS..it isn't required...worry about things that are required like "Getting your links crawled".
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  • Profile picture of the author james8888
    I've used BE for about 6 months now and I must say, I have my reservations about it. Sure it's helped me get a few back links indexed, but there's just something about the whole system that does't resonate when I consider Google's focus on quality content.

    To illustrate what I mean by this, let's use the example of wanting to get a profile link indexed using a BE Cluster in the 'Celebrity News' genre. So, we put our feeds in, BE does it's thing and does a post onto one of our web 2.0 or SHWP sites using content from some Celeb site's RSS feed. At the end of the post, BE drops in a couple of keywords with anchor text that hyperlink to the profile link we wanted to get indexed.

    Now, here's where things get a little tricky. The keywords that BE uses as anchor text for your links, will be something related to celebrities, let's say, a bunch of celebrity names for argument's sake. However, the links that you want to get indexed have nothing to do with celebrities (unless ofcourse the site you are building links to is a celeb site).

    SO, If you are still with me here, this is my concern: Won't Google get annoyed that you are consistently using celebrity related anchor text to point to a non celeb url??

    Just a thought...
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    • Profile picture of the author HKSEO Rotzee
      Originally Posted by james8888 View Post

      I've used BE for about 6 months now and I must say, I have my reservations about it. Sure it's helped me get a few back links indexed, but there's just something about the whole system that does't resonate when I consider Google's focus on quality content.

      To illustrate what I mean by this, let's use the example of wanting to get a profile link indexed using a BE Cluster in the 'Celebrity News' genre. So, we put our feeds in, BE does it's thing and does a post onto one of our web 2.0 or SHWP sites using content from some Celeb site's RSS feed. At the end of the post, BE drops in a couple of keywords with anchor text that hyperlink to the profile link we wanted to get indexed.

      Now, here's where things get a little tricky. The keywords that BE uses as anchor text for your links, will be something related to celebrities, let's say, a bunch of celebrity names for argument's sake. However, the links that you want to get indexed have nothing to do with celebrities (unless ofcourse the site you are building links to is a celeb site).

      SO, If you are still with me here, this is my concern: Won't Google get annoyed that you are consistently using celebrity related anchor text to point to a non celeb url??

      Just a thought...
      As of right now we've seen no link between the content around a link and the results that that link will give you. For example, 10 high quality links may rank a long tail word - but they could be on car web sites or medical web sites. Both work equally well for ranking your sports site.

      That's not to say that this won't change in the future. We've just not seen any case studies or experienced any impact with any of our clients.
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