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How To Index Lots of Links?



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How To Index Lots of Links?

I have lots of expired tumblr posts with links that I need to index.

How do you guys recommend I index lots of links? I was looking at using Linklicious and also posting them in a new blog post as ways of indexing.

I used to just submit them to Google with the Search Console, using about 30 different Google accounts. But all from the same IP address, so not sure if that is good.

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Cristian

Hey. Expired Tumblr posts? Do you have a PBN?
I know Tumblr links are dofollow and everything but does it actually worth to create massive amounts of them and linking all of them to one domain?

Also, how are you verifying all those blogs inside search console?
I suggest you use this: https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/submit-url - and after every 10 submissions or so, you just change your IP (use Tunnel Bear for this, it is free).
There are a lot of backlink indexing tools out there, some of them are free some of them are not, either way, I don't think it may be a good idea to index them all at once. Take it slow, index a couple, let some index in a natural way.
Otherwise, I fear that may be a little bit too much for Google and it may hit your website with a penalty.

Also, I'm very interested in your process of creating these links and how effective is all of this on the long run.
Cheers.



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idealmike

I'm guessing he means he had a registered domain with Tumblr which has now expired (dropped), when that happens, your Tumblr blog post will revert back to the original whatever.tumbler.com URL (I think).



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olalove

Thankfully there is a solution to this headache for most Internet marketers Who struggle with the issue. The solution is OnlyWire! OnlyWire is a tool that has been made public to speed up the whole strategy of social marketing. OnlyWire is going to save you a lot of time and money.

Go to onlywire.Com and signup for all of the major social bookmarking sites. Once you have completed that then you will have the ability to use the submitter to with just one click syndicate your page link with a title and a description to all of the best social bookmarking websites that you registered for.



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usawebmarketing

Onlywire is great! It was even greater when it was free!



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cmoneyspinner

I visited this site and created an account. They still have a Free plan. I was able to connect a Twitter account, a Facebook page, and my LinkedIn account. I used an RSS feed from my Tumblr blog to test out the service. I'll see how it goes. Thanks for mentioning this site. I had never heard of it.



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keen2write

Very interesting post. So is it worth having tumblr back links as don't think I have any it be worth me trying to get some if there have enough juice in them as trying to get a forum of mine popular.



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overcast

If it's more than 10 then just plain old backlinking sometimes helps. But google also has the indexing tools. You can make use of them. You can use the google analytics and google search console connection for this. I have seen some people making use of that and it does work for them so far. It is just that some links take longer time to index. And some are indexed in few hours from what I have seen so far.



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usawebmarketing

Thanks overcast, I'm going to try that with one batch of links.

I came across this method and I'm going to try it too.

"The Process (for Skim Readers)
  1. Wait 1 week – Let Google find your links
  2. Ping your links ONE time
  3. Submit your links to Linklicious ONE time
  4. Wait a few days and track your results
  5. Build a web 2.0 on Blogger.com – link to your backlinks that aren’t indexed yet
  6. Build social signals
  7. Make sure you track your results"
#5 involves creating a new Blogger.com blog and posting 10 links at a time in a new post, then deleting the post once the links are indexed to remove footprints.

I'm going to test different methods with different batches of links to see what works best.



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ATMauphillips

What I believe you should do is Ping your links daily and you will also want to have your links posted in more blog and social media accounts .
You can find sites that will allow you have have 10 shares or post to any social media sites you wish, I would say that you should have you links posted between 5 to 10 times on each social media site twice per week .



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idealmike

If you ping the same URL daily too many times, you will get ping blocked! It's known as "sping" = Spam Ping. You can read about it here: wikipedia.org/wiki/Sping



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cmoneyspinner

This question has my head spinning because at this site is the first time that I'm hearing discussions about “expired Tumblr blogs”. I need to learn more about this.

As for submitting links, I would say follow the advice supplied by Mr. Cristian. Before I became a member of this community I was and I still am making use of the Google webmaster tools. Every now and then I use a free URL submission service that submits my URL to multiple search engines, including the top search engines like Google, Bing and YAHOO!



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idealmike

I have lots of expired tumblr posts with links that I need to index.
So I presume you mean the custom domain you was using with those Tumblr blogs has expired? Because there is no such thing as "expired Tumblr blog posts". Tumblr blogs are either, active, inactive or banned.

How do you guys recommend I index lots of links? I was looking at using Linklicious and also posting them in a new blog post as ways of indexing.
That's one way. Using multiple indexer services. One of the best ways to index links is to index it like you would your website post. By building more links to those links. By building links to the links that are pointing to the links that point to the links. You see where I'm going with it right? How To Index Lots of Links? And not just any old links! But still sticking to the rule that they should be as related to your niche as possible. Forum profile links and blog comment links just don't cut it these days, although, if done right, can still be effective. Hint: Slow and gradual.

I use a combo of pastebin.com (and sites like pastebin.com) Tinypaste, Hastebin, Chop, Snipt, Slexy, Climbi, Killr etc. And helper sites like verify-www.com and facebookog.com as these are all sites that are constantly crawled by Google daily so are useful for getting your links indexed fast! Helps and works better if you post with content too though.

Hope this helps! How To Index Lots of Links?

Mike.



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cmoneyspinner

Bookmarked some of the sites you mentioned for my further education. I'm sure it will help me. Thanks.



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usawebmarketing

I'm going to try the sites you mentioned and track the results. Question: Do you submit each URL you want to index to one of the sites you mentioned, or multiple sites?

Also, you mention including some content with them. How many words and how do you do that on a site like Pastebin without it being spammy or something?

Thanks!



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aqibarif74

Why don't you try Scrapebox?



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usawebmarketing

Never used Scrapebox, the name sounds like something that would get you in trouble! Do you use Scrapebox to index links?



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thart

Off page seo, such as link building, can be a tricky business and for some is a tactic to avoid altogether. Some would claim that is because google has very successfully, equated linkbuilding with web spam, and the industry news machine is started almost entirely all the time and fulled by google PR.



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MarekStachura

I'd like to suggest you that must add URL's in https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/submit-url is offered by Google, it's very fast and quick way to index your URL's. As Cristian mention in his reply, you'll need to change your Computer IP address with using different tools, there are so many tools available on the internet which is free to use. When you submitted your URL in this, you can see live on Google to put URL on Google.com and see it has been crawled within few seconds.
Hope it will help. Thanks.



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usawebmarketing

Do you use different Google accounts to submit your URLs to Google?

What tools do you use to change IPs?

Won't it look unnatural to Google if your account is on one IP one minute, then on another IP the next? Changing IPs makes it look like I'm in Canada one minute, then the USA the next minute, then Mexico, etc. So should you also change accounts?



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itommy

The best way is sharing your posts on communities or blogs
But I am sure this way is very difficult because nowadays links shared on websites need to approved by admins there.



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Corzhens

I think if you have lots of links in Tumblr and you will direct it to a site then wouldn’t it constitute spamming or excessive backlinks that can be a reason to sanction your site? Pardon me for asking this but what is an expired link, is it an old link that has a link to nowhere that the backlink is pointing to a site that is not existing anymore? If that is so then you can use some of those backlinks for your site but only some and not all.



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