What we do is make your pages visible in a fraction of the time you will need to submit them on your own or let Google find them 'naturally.'


With our service, each backlink is crawled and indexed quickly in Google.


Any URL will do, i.e., website pages, blogs, images, videos, blog comments, forum profiles, social network profiles, and posts provided that the pages don't block the search engine crawlers (noindex tags, robots.txt, redirects).




What Is Backlinks Indexing?

The service will submit your backlinks and any type of crawlable URLs to Google. Content creators create tons of content that get ignored for weeks or months by the search engines because the indexation works under the so-called crawling budget principle. With billions of pages online to create or update content is a challenge. Crawling budget is using the resources (bots) reasonably. It makes sense for Google engineers to send crawlers to find content on authoritative websites. These are big networks, news sites, Gov and Edu sites, community pages, known bloggers on each niche, etc., and sites with lots of visitors, before catering the small players. Despite their limited crawling budget, the bots manage to give one or more passes a day from websites they 'know.' It doesn't mean that they will index or rank the content accordingly they find as they have a separate index for low-quality content.

I make sure your backlinks pass the quality checks and make it to the main index. Note that this service provides only indexing (you find your backlinks when you search for them in Google) not first-page rankings.

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How Long Does It Take to Index Backlinks?

For an average website with no indexing problems, it takes from 1 hour to 2 days. To process the orders without issues, I have set 24 hours for delivery. Most of the time, you will be notified for the successful indexing in a few hours, but a deadline of 24 hours is the best time for processing, work with different timezones, verify or resubmit links when not indexed with the first pass, etc. Note that the process is not fully automated and requires human review and maybe a second or third pass. What's important is to have your backlinks indexed, and that's a given.

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Is Fast Indexing Spam?

Yes, and no. It depends on how people use the tools in hand. Let's give a couple of examples:

  • Someone has created 500 backlinks; goes out and finds a pinging service; throws all 500 links in their submission form, and starts pinging them on different ping services. That is spam, and it can also bring a penalty to the site he/she is targeting (money site or Tier 1).
  • Another webmaster has created Tier 2 and 3 backlinks to Tier 1 (money site). Goes out and massively pings all the backlinks wishing he/she could rank tomorrow. That's a widespread practice that backlink providers (packages, Tier backlinks) follow when you buy their services in sites like Fiverr.

So pinging (aggressively) backlinks can be harmful. That's why indexing services have introduced the drip feeding feature (I have it too when you select my packages above). You can read more about the feature below.

The problem is with indexing services that have become either obsolete or ineffective. The reason remains to be found (Google must have changed something, right?) but most of them are out of service, defunct or simply ineffective if you use them (they don't get your backlinks indexed).

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How Does Fast Indexing Work?

Have you waited for days/months waiting for your Wordpress content to get indexed? Did you believe that the links you have inserted in the Settings / Writing options would notify the update services like Pingomatic, etc., and help index the content? Do you think that preparing sitemaps manually or having plugins like Jetpack or Yoast do the work, helps with indexing? You wouldn't be here if that were the case. So, how does my service work?

1. You select your favorite package.

2. I will then send you a link to a collaboration document hosted on your favorite cloud service (Google Docs, MS Onedrive, Dropbox, Box, Slack, etc.), where you can upload all the backlinks for processing (input). Working like that is very handy. When you sign up with the monthly package, and you build backlinks day-over-day, you have a place to add your daily work. You will also receive a link to a second document where you can see the daily progress of the backlinks indexed (output) and if needed, leave your comments.

3. If for various reasons, some backlinks are not indexed even after the second or third pass, you will get a refund for those links (price per link X amount of links not indexed).

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What Is Drip Feed Indexing

Drip feed indexing is when you submit a small percent of your backlinks each day. That makes a lot of sense (I have it as optional in my service) as you don't want Google to flag your backlinks as spam and penalize your Tier 1 site. You can leave a note either on the submission form or at Paypal, indicating how many per day or how many days should the project last. In your report doc, you will see the daily progress of the submission and indexation.

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What to Avoid when Indexing Backlinks?

Generally, avoid aggressive pinging all backlinks as it can only hurt your site and lose money for those created links. Avoid repeating the pinging the same day or the next. Give Google some time to consider the work before resubmitting. You can also avoid building more than two tiers to your money site (and pinging them). If you hire services from Fiverr and the likes, ask them not to ping the search engines. It won't do much good if you send us already pinged links as they might be already in the secondary index (low-quality or flagged as spam).

Important: Avoid pinging yourself (overlapping) the backlinks you submit to us as it raises spam flags.

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What Types of Content Won't Get Indexed?

  • Backlinks that have already been pinged and Google throws them into the secondary index may or may not get indexed (worth to try anyway).
  • Backlinks from pages with robots noindex tags, flash or Javascript pages, or when search crawlers blocked in robots.txt.
  • Backlinks from redirected domains may cause problems (it's 50-50, worth to try), redirects from services like bit.ly etc.
  • Backlinks from low-quality or spam domains. It maybe a strong website (web 2.0 or forum) but full of user-generated spam content, then Google will only index a part of it and not the account pages.
  • Backlinks from blogs which allow hundreds of comments.
  • Backlinks from articles created with artificial language (article spinners).
  • Backlinks from pages with auto-translation widgets that shuffle the on-page content.

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What Are the Most Common Indexing Issues?

The most common issue is low-quality content if it has no value to the reader or reads as artificial, Google can detect that and put it in its sandbox.


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