Indexing your URLs using your OWN private blog network

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I was pondering about this... Since paying money to indexing services is almost all about posting to their network and such, why not post my URLs to my own private blog network?

My own test shows me that I can index my new URLs in just 1-2 days!

Have anyone owning private blogs network done that? If so, how do you post a list of URLs in your blogs?

I was thinking of writing a post and then ending the post with something like: "Here are a list of resources for you to check out:" and list about 5 URLs in the post.

What will you do?
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  • Profile picture of the author SeoKnightsInc
    I wont think that using your own blog network for just indexing links will be good cuz of below concerns.

    Increasing the links on the page will dilute the link juice you may see the ranking drop in your clients.

    Blog networks are precious weapons using them for indexing can flag them as a link farm thereby losing your money and hard work invested in building them.
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  • Profile picture of the author jansee
    I am interesting in this thread.
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  • Profile picture of the author nik0
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    With url's you mean to index your back links right, like web2.0's and such?

    I don't think that's a bad idea but I do think you need some capacity, it might leave a pretty large footprint if each of your back links has links from only few sites. The benefit of using your network to index your back links is that you not only index them but also pass a lot of juice their way.

    Lets say you have a lot of sites that all target not too competitive keywords and you have a network of 20 sites divided on 10 IP's only, then you could link from 10 sites directly to your money site, and use the other 10 sites to boost your other links, that way you keep up with 100% unique IP diversity and still pass on a ton of juice.

    However I heard there is also a thing called Cloudflare these days that enables you to get a lot of IP diversity for free, I haven't tested it myself yet but am going to look into it in a couple of weeks but heard good stories about it so far. It has to do that you host all your network sites on a VPS or dedicated server and then the Cloudflare thing routes it over different IP's (just no clue what kind of IP's this are, A,B,C or D class) and/or how many they have available.
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    • Profile picture of the author Joseph Then
      Originally Posted by nik0 View Post

      With url's you mean to index your back links right, like web2.0's and such?

      I don't think that's a bad idea but I do think you need some capacity, it might leave a pretty large footprint if each of your back links has links from only few sites. The benefit of using your network to index your back links is that you not only index them but also pass a lot of juice their way.

      Lets say you have a lot of sites that all target not too competitive keywords and you have a network of 20 sites divided on 10 IP's only, then you could link from 10 sites directly to your money site, and use the other 10 sites to boost your other links, that way you keep up with 100% unique IP diversity and still pass on a ton of juice.
      Thanks for the input. I think I will try indexing all my web2.0 links by using 3-4 of my lower PR websites in my network.

      I will write a post and list 4-5 URLs listed as "useful resources" but I will also add in 1-2 Wikipedia or About.com as external links. I hope that will look natural. Of course, I'm giving them the juice but I guess that's the game of getting your URLs indexed right?

      Nik0, just another idea to work on:

      Do you think it will be a good idea to have these posts made, once the posts cause indexing of my URLs, I remove them from the post later?

      Or I change the list of URLs in that post so that I can further index more?

      What do you think? Maybe I should try that out.
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      • Profile picture of the author techndu2012
        do a search for link graph and you should find a lot of pages in the top 10 about a SES conference where Matt Cutts was a speaker in about 2009 I think. A guy from the audience asks him why his site had dropped when he had done nothing wrong and cutts pulls up on the screen a graph showing the guys entire backlink network and within seconds pointed out several link farms, unrelated pages, paid links etc. That was almost 5 years ago. they've gotten much better. Even using an IP service doesnt change your browser! ANY kind of network you set up just know going in that Google will know too. The way to get indexed/cached quickly (usually within 48 hours), is to write about in your blog then post the blog into social media and get a comment or reply like etc. Just be upfront about it saying somewhere in the text of the blog that you have just added content here --> (link) we've tested it a thousand times
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      • Profile picture of the author nik0
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        Originally Posted by Joseph Then View Post

        Thanks for the input. I think I will try indexing all my web2.0 links by using 3-4 of my lower PR websites in my network.

        I will write a post and list 4-5 URLs listed as "useful resources" but I will also add in 1-2 Wikipedia or About.com as external links. I hope that will look natural. Of course, I'm giving them the juice but I guess that's the game of getting your URLs indexed right?

        Nik0, just another idea to work on:

        Do you think it will be a good idea to have these posts made, once the posts cause indexing of my URLs, I remove them from the post later?

        Or I change the list of URLs in that post so that I can further index more?

        What do you think? Maybe I should try that out.
        Hmm, I wouldn't remove them to be honest. Instead I would make a post on the homepage with the batch of url's that you want to get indexed. Then for the next batch make a new post again, and so on. Then later on these posts will drip off the homepage to an inner page but juice will still keep on flowing, less though.

        Why? I don't think an indexed post vs an unindexed post carries more weight, it's more about that the links get crawled once in a while so good chance that when you index it once and then remove the post that it will never get crawled again and thus deindexed by Google at a later moment, so better keep your links crawled regularly.

        I'm also a firm believer that the more often a link gets crawled (over a longer period of time) the stronger the link actually gets. At least that might explain why there are real old site with only very few back links that are often hard to pass by in the SERPs.
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  • Profile picture of the author jipolis7
    Originally Posted by Joseph Then View Post

    I was pondering about this... Since paying money to indexing services is almost all about posting to their network and such, why not post my URLs to my own private blog network?

    My own test shows me that I can index my new URLs in just 1-2 days!

    Have anyone owning private blogs network done that? If so, how do you post a list of URLs in your blogs?

    I was thinking of writing a post and then ending the post with something like: "Here are a list of resources for you to check out:" and list about 5 URLs in the post.

    What will you do?
    Your idea is very good one. Doing this will give those urls a natural look. I will try your method.

    Now my blog has a part on right side named Useful Links. Under this heading I have pasted all urls, little bit unnatural I know that.
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