Backlink Indexing is a great way to improve the effectiveness of your backlink
building efforts. Whether you use Articles, profiles, blogging, guest blogging
or other backlink building strategies. Taking steps to get Google to find your
links willgreatly increase your link eforts value.
It’s one thing to go out and build or hire an outsourcer to build 100’s, even
1,000’s of backlinks to your money sites and important traffic pages. Nowdays
that’s a rather trivial exercise – time or money solves the issue and there’s a
lot of quality resources. It’s quite another issue altogether to get maximum
value from those backlinks. Take for instance, profile backlinks [ which are
all the rage right now ] – how many of those, if left alone after being created,
will ever find their way into Google’s index? If Google never crawls them and
indexes them, how are we to get credit for them? One case study I saw
reently – illustrated a 250% increase in links indexed by Google by taking
matters in your own hands vs. waiting for Google bot to get around to finding
them – naturally.
The whole concept – based on all the current tools on the market, is to build
backlinks to your backlinks on high trafficked web 2.0 sites.
I tried improving my odds with the Google bot and big G’s index using a couple
of the leading tools on the market. Some aspects I liked – other aspects not
so much. Some systems relied on web 2 gatekeeper sites like Posterous or
Ping.fm to cross post identical content across a dozen web 2.0 sites. Problem
is – if the gatekeeper site gets wind of it – they’re likely to shut it all off.
In fact they’ve been trying to do just that.
One of the other issues was … having to sort out, and install a PHP script on
my hosted server. What if I want to build a rather large network of indexing
sites? All going to come off the same IP? Easy footprint for web 2.0 admins
to track down as the source. So to distance my linking efforts from my money
site IP’s – I’ll need a 2nd hosting account on top of the cost of the application.
Not to mention the challenges that come with maintaining a server side PHP script.
Another system I looked into was using web 2.0 sites and rss feeds of backlinks,
and then shortened urls. I wasn’t sure how post after post of shortned urls on
web 2.0 sites was going to last for very long. I suspected those sites using it
agressively would meet certain moderator death. Another issue was … will 20
posts a day of nothing but short urls be reliable bait for Google bot to keep
coming back – daily? I had already wasted enough time – I didn’t feel like
taking another flyer on what I determined to be questionable SEO and indexation
tactics right from the start.
Fortunately, a friend turned me onto one of the coolest WordPress Plugins I’ve
ever used. Backlink Energizer. The guys over at Backlink Goldmine developed it.
I guess this Andy Fletcher guy is a wizard with PHP and WordPress – and he
whipped up this SEO plugin to make it as easy as possible for the “non tekkie”
marketer to get rapid results. They buried a bunch of the techno mumbo jumbo
into the WordPress publishing engine – and made it Copy N Paste easy!
All I had to do was take one of my WordPress blogs and install the plug in.
From there it was as easy as making a post or page in the WordPress interface.
I pasted a text file list of all my backlinks I wanted to get indexed. A few
RSS Feeds they supplied, and I made a list of keywords to use for the links back
to my backlinks. From there I needed to fill in my FREE Web 2.0 blog sites like
Vox – Posterous – WordPress.com – Blogger – Multiply – LiveJournal – TypePad Micro,
and a WordPress blog I hosted myself. I’d say the whole thing took me less
than 1 hr. I think my next install will be only 15-20 minutes though, as I now
know exactly what to expect. It really was straightforward and simple – there
are just a lot of username – password details to enter. By far the easiest
system for backlink indexation I’ve seen. If my results are only have as good
as their case study … I will be more than pleased at this economical price
point and ease of use.
I will be reporting more on indexed link numbers shortly.
You can go have a look at their Backlink Energizer Case Study where they
tested 300 backlinks – 150 got Energized, 150 did not. The results from the
Energized group were astounding. To learn more about the Backlink Energizer Plug In, read my complete review at : Backlink Energizer Discount and Review