If you want to index backlinks quickly and easily then you are in luck, because today I am going to show you which backlink indexer strategies actually work.
Getting your backlinks indexed is critical to the success of any link building campaign.
There is no point creating links if Google doesn’t index them you are just wasting your time, energy and money.
- How to index backlinks
- Which backlink indexer strategy is a waste of time
- Which backlink indexing method is a waste of money
My Backlink Indexer Case Study
To find out what is the most effective way to index backlinks I decided to setup a test to measure the results of different backlink indexer approaches.
I created 5,000 links across 5 separate projects in GSA Search Engine Ranker building links to a dummy site using article directories, social bookmarks, wikis & web 2.0s.
I used Kontent Machine with the worst possible combination of settings to purposely generate the worst possible auto generated spun content you have ever seen.
The type of content people claim is impossible to index and useless in link building.
So once each of the 5 projects had 1,000 verified links – I moved onto indexing them with different methods & services.
PingFarm is a free indexing service that a lot of people in forums swear by. In essence all it does is ping your backlinks and nothing more.
This is one of the oldest methods in the book that died off years ago but its still a tool many use.
The Indexification guys basically create short URL’s of your links, ping them, create & submit RSS feeds, create & ping sitemaps and also create & ping content pages with your links on.
They guarantee that Google will at least crawl every single link you submit to them. You can submit 50,000 links per day for $17.97 month.
The Lindexed service works in pretty much exactly the same way as Indexification. They use the same indexing methods except they have a unique feature called PingCloud.
However it does cost slightly more at $24.97 a month to process 50,000 links per day.
The OneHourIndexing team do not reveal the methods they use to index your links. All I know is that they use ‘secret techniques’ that ‘is not pinging, rss or link building’.
However these secret techniques come at a greater cost – $17 to process 1,000 links per day or $47 / 10,000 per day or $97 / 30,000 per day.
The 5th project I created with GSA was a control group of links. These links will not be submitted to any indexing service or pinged in any way, shape or form.
This will give us a benchmark to measure the other services against to see if indexing services do actually work or not.