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I'm looking for everyone's opinion on using linkilicous(or any backlink pinging application) to index my backlinks for many different "money" websites... I've build many link wheels and web2.0 properties and I added them to linkilicious but I'm not sure if I should change the default setting of 40 pinged links per day? Again, these are not profile/xrumer links, but actual 2.0 pages and articles that link directly to my 'money' sites. Is it safe to just have them all pinged? I probably have 300 per website to ping... Some questions: 1. Is the normal best process to create links and then immediately add them to linklicious? 2. Do you normally wait a few weeks after creating backlinks before trying to ping them? 3. How many links added to linklicious per day is too many for a site? I have a mixture of new and old sites, from a month old to a few years old... Also, I just wondered something.... Should I instead be creating profile/xrumer/scrapebox links TO these 2.0 properties and THEN add those links to linklicious instead of adding the 2.0 properties to linklicious? In other words, Is it better to blast xrumer/scrapebox backlinks to my 2.0 properties/articles and then add those thousands of xrumer/scrapebox links to linklicious?
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  • Profile picture of the author John Alves
    Originally Posted by itsjinx2 View Post

    I'm looking for everyone's opinion on using linkilicous(or any backlink pinging application) to index my backlinks for many different "money" websites... I've build many link wheels and web2.0 properties and I added them to linkilicious but I'm not sure if I should change the default setting of 40 pinged links per day? Again, these are not profile/xrumer links, but actual 2.0 pages and articles that link directly to my 'money' sites. Is it safe to just have them all pinged? I probably have 300 per website to ping... Some questions: 1. Is the normal best process to create links and then immediately add them to linklicious? 2. Do you normally wait a few weeks after creating backlinks before trying to ping them? 3. How many links added to linklicious per day is too many for a site? I have a mixture of new and old sites, from a month old to a few years old... Also, I just wondered something.... Should I instead be creating profile/xrumer/scrapebox links TO these 2.0 properties and THEN add those links to linklicious instead of adding the 2.0 properties to linklicious? In other words, Is it better to blast xrumer/scrapebox backlinks to my 2.0 properties/articles and then add those thousands of xrumer/scrapebox links to linklicious?
    I never ping links. There is no need to ping them because Google picks them up anyway. If a link is not indexed, it does not mean that it hasn't been picked up by Google. Backlink checkers are inaccurate. Profile links usually don't get indexed because there is no content on the page, but they get picked up and are including towards ranking improvement. You are better off creating backlinks to your backlinks to give them more value.
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    • Profile picture of the author Petchonka
      I usually ping backlinks on forums that are ranked low. You probably don't need to, but it doesn't hurt.
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  • Profile picture of the author nethead01
    ^^^ This guy is right! I was about to say the same thing. I use scrapebox for this, and it works out fine for me. I have never pinged anything.
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    • Profile picture of the author itsjinx2
      Originally Posted by nethead01 View Post

      ^^^ This guy is right! I was about to say the same thing. I use scrapebox for this, and it works out fine for me. I have never pinged anything.
      so what are you saying? You use scrapebox to build thousands of links to your 2.0/article pages? And then you never ping the scrapebox links?
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  • Profile picture of the author carter3
    As for me manual pinging is the best when it comes getting traffic and linking back to your site, it not only brings traffic and backling to your site but carriers original content as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author profit2day
    Do not over ping, the powers that be are looking at everything, everywhere, all the time. Think of it as big brother is watching your site and if you go to various automation services, don't think it will not be picked up and penalized.

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  • Profile picture of the author Deezle
    Totally agree with John Alves, no need to ping. A little won't really hurt anything, but if you are constantly doing it you could potentially cause problems. Anything that is done overkill with Google now days can get some negative results or response.
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  • Profile picture of the author SoonerPainRelief
    Please forgive me for this question but what is ping and pingbacks? I have a couple of wordpress blogs and I see on the create post page there is a spot for pingbacks. How do I use pings?
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  • Profile picture of the author roger123
    Pinging about 200 links linking to diverse websites would look normal .. but if you overdo it Google may discount such links or even penalize your sites.
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    • Profile picture of the author itsjinx2
      Originally Posted by HKSEO Rotzee View Post

      That is why linklicious.me created scheduling.


      All you need to do is feed your links into linklicious.me and it will ping your links so that Google find them and adds them to its Crawled database. It is at this point that the links start working for your SERPS.

      Google will then take some of these and add them to its "indexed database" will will give you even more benefit at no extra cost to you. You can set it up to schedule your crawls so that it drips out in a safe manner you choose so it won't raise any flags to Google.
      But my question is, is it better to add my thousands of scrapebox/profile links to linklicious, or is it better to just add my web2.0 pages and article pages to linklicious? The web2.0 pages/articles link directly to the money site, so should I build scrapebox links TO the 2.0 pages and THEN add those scrapebox links to linklicious?
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      • Profile picture of the author HKSEO Rotzee
        Originally Posted by itsjinx2 View Post

        But my question is, is it better to add my thousands of scrapebox/profile links to linklicious, or is it better to just add my web2.0 pages and article pages to linklicious? The web2.0 pages/articles link directly to the money site, so should I build scrapebox links TO the 2.0 pages and THEN add those scrapebox links to linklicious?
        You'll get the biggest bang for the buck with your comments and profiles. But at the end of the day you'll see benefit from doing all of it. The order you do it in isn't really important. If you add 2.0s first, then your site will get the boost from those. If you add the comments to your 2.0s first, then Google will learn about your 2.0s and crawl them. Thus you get credit either way.
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  • Profile picture of the author blillard
    I don't ping my links as build a lot of links at a time and I don't want to notify Google. Building a ton of links and then pinging them is like saying hey Google come see me build a ton of links in one day to me fresh site less than a week old. It's not natural and Google will see it. Instead just build your links and let Google pick them up on their own. Your links will get indexed in time and you'll thank yourself for the patience in long run.
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    • Profile picture of the author Chris Sweeney
      If you're building backlinks that need to be pinged or require extra juice to be crawled and indexed, you're building the wrong types of links. Try something a little higher quality that will be found and crawled on its own with no additional boosting.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jon Potts
    I would have to say that letting Google find your links manually is the best way to get them indexed... not the fastest but at least you know the bot found it all on its own and I bet the search engines have an algorithm to relate that to juice passing. I would be afraid that if I pinged all my links they may go into some sort of sandbox for link juice...
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