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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.

Indexing backlinks used to be a lot easier than it is today, we could just ping them or create RSS feeds and submit them to RSS directories.

That was highly effective a couple of years ago – but what about now? What is the best way to index your backlinks?

What You Will Learn

  • 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.

Ping Farm

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.

Indexification

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.

Lindexed

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.

OneHourIndexing

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.

Control Group

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.

Link Indexing Case Study Results

Remember each of the 4 services and control project above had a set of 1,000 verified links each created using the absolute worst quality content I could generate.

I submitted each set of links into their respective indexing services and then index checked the links daily using Scrapebox for 15 days.

Quite often Scrapebox reports links aren’t indexed but when you check yourself, they are. To avoid this I ran a ‘double pass’ index check every day double checking if links are indexed or not.

The Results Are In

Here is a quick summary of the results after 15 days looking at the total % of links indexed.

Service Day 1 Day 7 Day 15
Control 9.03% 10.40% 11.44%
Indexification 8.11% 28.09% 25.89%
Lindexed 8.20% 9.12% 10.29%
OneHourIndexing 9.91% 51.62% 51.62%
PingFarm 8.36% 9.70% 10.27%

As you can see the results are pretty clear cut, especially when you look at it in graph form-

Wrapping It Up

Without a doubt OneHourIndexing is by far the best link indexing service money can buy. It absolutely dominated the results.

Interestingly using the paid Lindexed service or the free PingFarm service offers absolutely zero benefits performing at the same level as the control group.

They are just a waste of time & money.

Using the Indexifcation service does have some benefit but only gets half the links indexed than OneHourIndexing.

However OneHourIndexing is 4 times the price of Indexification so that weighs into it.

The best backlink indexer

In my opinion – if you have already invested the time and money creating links. Then there is no point cutting corners when it comes to getting them indexed!

Backlink Indexing Rankings

In summary here is what you need to know-

  1. OneHourIndexing – The best service period.
  2. Indexification – Half as good, 4 times cheaper.
  3. Lindexed – Don’t waste your money.
  4. PingFarm – Don’t waste your time.

The Best Way To Get Backlinks Indexed

  1. Wait upto 2 weeks for Google to find them naturally
  2. If they are not indexed, ping each of them which is free to do
  3. Wait another week
  4. If the backlinks are still not indexed submit them to OneHourIndexing or Indexification
  5. Track all of your results
  6. This process will guarantee your backlinks get indexed

WARNING: Steal Your Competitors Search Rankings, Traffic & Income

So there you have it, if you want to get your links indexed use OneHourIndexing. They are the best backlink indexer. If you use Lindexed or Pingfarm, stop wasting your time & money.

The next time you see someone telling someone to ping backlinks to index them give them a slap with this post :)

Disclaimer: This post was sponsored by OneHourIndexing. When I sell a sponsored post people are purely buying my time to look at something and not my opinion. If the buyers product/services performs poorly in tests I will publish that without refund. If you want to learn more about my sponsored post requirements please read this. You can independently verify the results by downloading a copy of the source data used in this case study here.

370 Responses

  1. F*** you
    4.8.2014

    You such a sneaky c**t. with all those affiliate links, i don’t believe a f*****g word you say – and those that do, well they c***s too.

    Karma is a bad thing and it will get you eventually. when you write articles about opinion, you give your best opinion through integrity and honesty. all you write about tricking people into clicking on those f****g links. and you are greedy.

    amazing how the best service above pays you an affiliate fee. the internet WAS supposed to be about information like wikipedia – not sneaky f****g c***s like you trying to trick people.

    go f**k your self

    • April 15th, 2014 at 7:56 am

      Perhaps you should familiarize yourself with http://www.matthewwoodward.co.uk/advertise-on-the-blog/

      Anyone buying a sponsored post risks getting a bad rap. If they came 3rd, I would have published that – but they didn’t.

      In fact, Justin is the first guy to commit to that. You would be amazed how many service providers have contacted me for a sponsored review, but when I explain that if they perform badly in the test I will publish that without refund – I never hear from them again.

      So kudos to Justin for actually believing in what he is saying and putting his money where his mouth is. All a sponsored post does is buy my time to test something. If its awesome or sucks is out of my control – thats what data is for.

      The rules also state I will use affilaite links where an affiliate program is available. Not every service in the test had an affiliate program available.

      The source data is there for you to download for yourself and review!

      Karma is a great thing my anonymous keyboard warrior!

      • May 8th, 2014 at 6:51 am

        Now ain’t that a load of horseshit… Of course they won’t come last, since you pretty much rigged the “study”, if it can even called that.

        See, a PROPER case study would’ve compared OHI to other INDEXING services, not PINGING services. Look around, there’s plenty of those out there. Compare apples to apples, my self-crowned guru friend. But I’m sure you already knew this. ;)

        What’s your next trick gonna be? Are you gonna one-up Charlie Floate by beating Penguin 3 before it’s even released? :D

        You’re a hack.

        • May 9th, 2014 at 12:24 am

          Hi,

          The reason 1 pinging service was included is because if you do your research, you will notice that some of the most common advice people get when they ask how to index their backlinks, is to ping them. Take a look around the warriorforum and you will see what I mean.

        • May 9th, 2014 at 2:14 pm

          Hey DamageX –

          Happy to extend a free month for you to test out the service and see for yourself how well it works. I’d just ask that you follow a reasonable protocol – randomize the links going in, have a control group with no testing, and use index checking correctly.

          In our tests internally we ran a much larger sample size and had to use hundreds of proxies with a long delay to avoid ip blocks. Indexing has changed in the past few months and most people don’t realize it.

          • May 9th, 2014 at 5:02 pm

            Not to be a d***, but what makes you think I haven’t already tried it? :)

        • May 9th, 2014 at 10:29 pm

          Running a test like this isn’t rocket science. All you need are enough links, a few accounts, and some proxies to do index checking properly.

          I’ve run this type of test many times in rolling out the service, which was why I knew we’d destroy the competition.

          Since I’d run comparison tests already, I knew we’d win before we started, so it was like shooting fish in a barrel.

      • May 8th, 2014 at 2:46 pm

        Hey Matty boy,

        It was not nice of you to delete my previous reply, it huwt my feewings. :D

        So in order to prevent you from being that impolite again, I’ll be taking a screenshot of this reply. Hopefully my post will show up this time, in unaltered form. If it doesn’t, well… I’ll leave it up to you to guess how many IM forums that screenshot will be going up on. :)

        Anyway, on to the relevant facts. Your “case study”, if it can be called that. :)

        So, children, can we say “rigged”? What you did here is you compared apples to oranges. You set out to compare how different services help index your backlinks. So far, so good. But it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that your whole purpose with this was to have OHI come up as the winner. Or does it? Considering some of the comments below, it surely makes me wonder.

        For it to have been a somewhat objective study, you would’ve used similar INDEXING services. But what you did was you put up OHI against three PINGING services. All of which, AFAIK, don’t claim to INDEX your backlinks, only crawl them. Where’s Express Indexer? Where’s SEO Indexer? Where’s Instant Link Indexer? See where I’m going with this? Of course OHI will wipe the floor with pretty much any PINGING service, since it actually does index backlinks. But why not compare it with services doing the same, instead of those using outdated methods?

        So that’s that. Now about the amount and type of backlinks you claim to have used. Why not post these here AFTER the test was complete? It’s not like someone could taint the results, after all the study is already over. H***, you could even take screenshots of what the indexing rate was, after you ran them through the respective services, just in case someone would wanna f*** with your results afterwards. All this assuming you actually tried indexing any links to begin with. :)

        It would also have been relevant mentioning which links you ran through which service. For all we know you only ran the purest of the pure backlinks through OHI and the shittiest XRumer profiles, posted on de-indexed forums, through the rest.

        So what’s your next trick gonna be? Will you be one-upping Charlie Floate by defeating Penguin 3, before it’s even rolled out? :D

        Overall, this “case study” is questionable, at best. I’ve ran better case studies in grade school. I don’t have time right now, but if I ever do I’ll take a look at the rest of your articles. Who knows how much fun I can have with those? ;)

        /DamageX

        • May 9th, 2014 at 12:35 am

          Hi,

          I take it you don’t understand how the WordPress comment system works.

          Let me explain so you don’t hurt your feelings again. When you submit a comment it goes into moderation and I have to approve it.

          When this happen a cookie is dropped on your computer so that you can see the comment, but if you come back to the post later and/or clear your cookies you won’t see it until it has been approved.

          You waited 8 hours between your comments, and as I have just moved country – approving comments is the least of my prioritys.

          There was only 1 pinging service included in the test. If you do your research you will see that quite often the advice given to people to index their backlinks is pinging. Obviously me and yourself know that isn’t very effective and hasn’t been for years, but this is still sage advice on some forums like WarriorForum which is why it was included.

          when someone pays me to do a sponsored review what they are actually buying is my time to look at a service. They are not buying my opinion or a positive review.

          I am very clear about this-

          “Please be aware if your product/service performs poorly that will be reflected in the review without refund. My readers rely on my upfront, straight to the point transparency. Sponsored post or not this will remain true.”

          I get asked nearly daily to create sponsored reviews but when I explain the above to people, they don’t want to buy them anymore. Every time I have explained that to someone, I have cost myself $997 simply to protect the integrity of the blog.

          I could have easily cleared $50,000 in sponsored reviews the past 2 years if I wanted to, but thats not how I do business and anyone that has worked with me will know that I really don’t care about money so much (have a read of http://www.matthewwoodward.co.uk/tutorials/how-i-built-a-top-100-blog-in-12-months/ to understand my mindset/approach with that better).

          In nearly 2 years only 1 company has believed in their own product enough to take me up on the sponsored review advertising option which speaks for itself.

          If they performed badly – that would be reflected in the review. I shared all of the case study data for people to verify that for themselves, and if thats not good enough – your welcome to conduct your own tests.

          If you have any suggestions for how I could approach that side of things better please let me know. I’m not sure how I can be any more transparent than that with case studies sponsored or not.

          Dixon Jones (Majestic SEO) also made bias accusations when I published this post http://www.matthewwoodward.co.uk/experiments/backlink-checkers-compared-ahrefs-majestic-seo-seomoz-raven-tools-seo-spyglass/ (which was not a sponsored post).

          What he didn’t realize is that the people that came last in that case study had literally given me thousands and thousands of dollars worth of prizes for the readers weeks before. This led to a very awkward conversation with them and their CEO was forced to address the issue publicly with this response http://www.link-assistant.com/blog/backlink-checkers-compared-seo-spyglass-ahrefs-majestic-seo-seomoz-raven-tools/

          So while I understand your frustration – the truth is only myself, clients I have worked with & companies that have approached me for a sponsored review or tried to pay me to include them on my tools of the trade list will understand the sacrifices I make to protect the blog.

          The setup of this specific test was explained in the post. I made 1 GSA project with the worst possible links and the worst possible auto generated content, this project was cloned 1:1 for each service.

          Feel free to test the service for yourself and if it doesn’t perform I’m sure the OHI team will be happy to provide you a full refund.

          What would be even better is for you to repeat the test and publish the results yourself, if you can find the time of course.

          I hope you enjoy reading my other posts :)

          P.s. Please feel free to post anything you want about the blog on forums. Not only does this deliver more traffic it allows me to grow and learn further improving the blog, take a look at http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/black-hat-seo/670650-mathew-woodwards-dishonest-paid-reviews.html for example!

          Please please invest your time posting on as many IM forums as you can!

          • DamageX
            May 9th, 2014 at 11:00 am

            Actually I do know how commenting works on WP. I admit I jumped the gun on that one, so you have my apologies. No excuses, I f***** up. :)

            Back to the test though. Here’s the kicker, you provide ZERO proof of the test has even taken place. All we got to go on is your word. Which, at the end of the day, is worth f*** all. I know you take yourself very seriously, as do many people. But again, you provide zero proof.

            As for posting on forums, you do realize I wouldn’t point the links to your blog, but to a site of mine, right? You don’t actually think you’re the only one who knows how to capitalize on the stupidity of people, do you? Be careful what you wish for. :)

          • May 9th, 2014 at 3:38 pm

            I take it you didn’t read to the end of the post either

          • May 9th, 2014 at 5:10 pm

            I take it you missed the part where I pointed out that you provided f*** all for evidence. Sure, I’ll be the first to admit that I didn’t read the article properly first time around.

            I took a second (and a third and a fourth) look, just to make sure. So unless I’m blind and obviously missing something important, my point stands. That being said, my questions stand. Where’s the evidence, where are the backlinks? Did you even create any backlinks to begin with?

            Show me the proof and I’ll have no problem eating humble pie, as I’ve already proven above. But unless you can do that, your case study isn’t worth wiping your a** with. Don’t even need to mention that you’d get kicked out of any related course, for using that “methodology”. But credit where credit is due, kudos for making so many morons believe you. :)

          • May 9th, 2014 at 9:41 pm

            Ok well it is what it is, I can’t explain to you anymore than I have. Thank you for your feedback, opinion and contributing to the discussion.

            When you conduct your own test to backup your assumptions & opinion please let me know and I will be happy to share it here!

          • May 9th, 2014 at 6:54 pm

            Mkay, finally found the link. So unless I somehow got the wrong report, you consider a list of URL’s like this to be proof?

            Again, my apologies if I got it wrong, but unless that’s not the report I should be looking at, I know you understand how ridiculous that proof is. After all, at the end of the day you’re no dummy. Full of s***, maybe, but definitely not stupid. :)

          • May 9th, 2014 at 9:43 pm

            Please see my other comment, when you have your own data to backup your opinion please let me know. I won’t be approving any more wishy washy comments from yourself.

            I’m more than happy to share your own data/case study with the audience when it is ready and you find time to do it. You could have probably done it in the time you spent making comments here :)

          • May 9th, 2014 at 10:35 pm

            I figured you wouldn’t. After all, you obviously can’t take criticism which questions your “authority”, gained by posting utter c*** and calling it a case study.

            “I’m more than happy to share your own data/case study with the audience when it is ready and you find time to do it. You could have probably done it in the time you spent making comments here :)”

            Actually, I could’ve done much worse, but we don’t need to get into that. At the end of the day you’re nothing but a hack, who relies on making money by appealing to the sheep, ’cause you actually know f*** all about SEO and couldn’t cut it. Anyway, approve it or not, your call. But as you said you wouldn’t I fully expect that to happen. After all, you don’t want your sheep to see me making you my b****, on your own site. :D

          • May 10th, 2014 at 5:38 pm

            Then please conduct your own test and show us how to do it correctly & we can learn from that constructively.

        • May 10th, 2014 at 6:12 am

          Even though Damagex is on the edgy side of accusations, he does bring up a crucial point for the study.

          Similar services compared to OHI would definitely need to be included to not bias the testing; its common sense that OHI would take the cake vs services like lindexed or indexfication; the services are on a different levels.

          The testing of indexing services was a great idea, but the services that are being compared doesn’t measure what the test was intended to measure; in terms of legitimate data, the Test Validity would only appeal @ face validity but fail in construct, criterion, and formative validity; in other words, those who don’t know better would jump in on OHI.

          Anyways just my $0.02, I hope you have a good one MW

          • May 11th, 2014 at 1:16 am

            Hi,

            I don’t disagree he does make good points, however no one has provided a constructive solution as of yet.

            How would you have gone about the test yourself? I have no problem with people saying what is wrong/what they don’t like – but I can’t improve and learn if that isn’t followed up with ‘what you should of done is…’

          • May 11th, 2014 at 5:38 pm

            Hi Matthew,

            In short, OHI should be tested against similar services like instant link indexer and express indexer. The price ranges of these services are similar and the indexing rate is supposedly similar.

          • May 22nd, 2014 at 4:29 pm

            Thanks – I will be doing another test with the services suggested throughout the comments!

        • Mark
          July 20th, 2016 at 3:12 pm

          ^What that guy said. I’m 100% with DamageX. This post reeks of dishonesty.

          • July 23rd, 2016 at 10:57 am

            Dishonesty would be keeping the fact that the post was sponsored under wraps rather than disclosing it openly

    • April 18th, 2014 at 2:27 am

      That guy is a loser.

      Don’t most sites get indexed by Google eventually anyway if you are creating links for them and submitting via Google Webmaster Tools?

      • April 18th, 2014 at 9:50 am

        Yes but we are talking about indexing backlinks rather than sites

        • April 19th, 2014 at 5:47 am

          Dafuq.. why would you even let that guys rage comment on your blog lol. That’s so over the top.

      • May 9th, 2014 at 2:09 pm

        Hey Vince –

        You can actually look up there at the case study results. The ‘control’ has 11% indexing after two weeks. This means that Google DOESN’T index 90% of your links naturally.

        So this puts the nail in the coffin of ‘let Google find the links on its own’. It just doesn’t happen.

    • April 18th, 2014 at 6:59 pm

      Someone needs a hug :p

      • PrinceWalker
        May 7th, 2014 at 6:48 pm

        Someone needs an anti-depressant

  2. 4.8.2014

    Hi Matthew,

    Very useful experiment, but what do you think about GSA indexer? Is it useful? I tried it and find it useful.

    Regards,
    Rajesh

    • April 15th, 2014 at 7:50 am

      What have you done to measure its effectiveness?

    • May 9th, 2014 at 2:33 pm

      GSA indexer works by doing two things:
      – pinging the links (without tracking crawls and repinging)
      – running the links through whois/stat/redirect style links

      While this will improve indexing over baseline, I’m 100% positive that it won’t get results anywhere near an indexing service. It would have been a good test case for this study just to finally kill this as a viable option.

      I’d say run your own test with a batch of links. One uses the GSA indexer and the other one doesn’t. See if the two aren’t within 1 or 2% of each other.

      • May 13th, 2014 at 2:09 pm

        So basically it does what Scrapebox indexer does?*

        *With Yoast for the pingz/

  3. Owais
    4.8.2014

    Great one matt.
    So the control group had more link indexed without using any service!!!
    Lindexed’s s***.I though they were great but not after reading this post. (y)

  4. Matic Kumar
    4.8.2014

    Never trusted any indexing service. First thing I think of when it comes to Lindexed is a Fiverr type gig “For a bonus I will add all of your 1000 Pligg backlinks to Lindexed, which will skyrocket you to top of the Google”.

    • April 15th, 2014 at 7:50 am

      You can apply that theory to anything online – then you would never do anything!

  5. 4.8.2014

    Finally I can get the honest review about index backlink service.

    Thank you Matt

    Michael

  6. 4.8.2014

    Good review! Though, I haven’t used a link indexing service before, but surely your post will save money of a bunch of people on this planet from now.

  7. Evan
    4.8.2014

    Thanks for this Matt,

    I was actually looking into how to speed up and improve indexing rates earlier today.

    One hour indexing was looking good, I was just a bit weary of their bold claims. Looks like its legit after reading your test. Gonna give it a try and see if it helps speed up indexing.

  8. Steve
    4.8.2014

    Hey Matt,

    Great article on backlink indexing.

    Thanks for sharing your experience on indexing the c*** content based backlinks.

  9. J
    4.8.2014

    Excellent information.

    I am somewhat new to the SEO world, and these blog posts have been helping me a lot. I’m actually considering buying your premium tutorial on the topic. I’m looking for the most detailed and accurate course available – the kind of thing that leaves no stone unturned. Yours seems like the best bet. It sounds very comprehensive, but just to be sure: does it contain absolutely everything I need to know to be successful when ranking sites?

  10. 4.8.2014

    how about GSA Indexer? Do you have any result about this service?

  11. 4.8.2014

    Hie Matt,

    Thanks for this post I was deciding on which service to buy for indexing since my index rate is very poor and got a mail with link to this article, glad I read it. I don’t think I’ll need 50,000 links a day plan , I won’t even need 1000 links so I think it will be best to go with One hour Indexing since Indexification and One Hour Indexing both come at same price just different link submission per day

  12. 4.8.2014

    Hi Matt,

    I have used this service when they first launched it and it gave me a 60% index within 10 minutes of submitting. Anyone here knows if this works well?? http://www.instantlinkindexer.com/

  13. Justin Anderson
    4.8.2014

    Thanks for taking the time to do the case study. It’s great to see a review of the various indexing services.

    Kinda scary to see that a couple of these can actually hurt your indexing.

  14. Stefan
    4.8.2014

    Man, you know when to post the stuff just when I need it :D

    Can you give your thoughts on these ones as well (if you used them or have a buddy who did):
    Instant link indexer (claimed 50% indexing rate withing 10-30 min)
    Link centaur ($9/mo for 15k links/d)

    Cheers

    • April 8th, 2014 at 6:47 pm

      Thoughts are meaningless, data is what counts here. I don’t have the data sorry

  15. 4.8.2014

    Thanks Matthew, great post. Pingfarm works great for me, sometimes I use Indexification too.

  16. 4.8.2014

    Hey Matthew,

    Thanks for sharing this case study. Looks good.

    Hmm…question. how abouy GSA SEO indexer? Curious!

    On the lighter note, love your epic cade studies. Keep it up!

    • April 8th, 2014 at 6:46 pm

      Thanks! Will bring GSA into play for the next test!

    • May 9th, 2014 at 2:37 pm

      As I mentioned in a comment above, GSA Indexer uses whois/stat site links as well as pinging the links.

      You won’t see much indexing improvement over not doing anything with that approach. I’d be surprised to see a 1 or 2% increase due to the pinging. Whois/stat site links won’t help at all.

      Give it a test yourself and see what happens!

  17. 4.8.2014

    Great study! i wonder why you didn’t include Instant Link Indexer? as it is the only premium indexer to compete with one hour indexing, That would be more interesting to be honest :D

    Regards,
    Peter from BHW.

  18. 4.8.2014

    I find that submitting to Google Plus indexes links very quickly.

  19. 4.8.2014

    Hey Matt – Very interesting results. I was surprised that some of the services actually had worse results compared to the control group.

    Am I reading that wrong? If not, why do you think that is?

    Thanks

  20. 4.8.2014

    Nice study on link indexing. I know there are many services out there, but I would be interested to see how Instant Link Indexer (http://www.instantlinkindexer.com/) Stacks up against one hour and indexification etc. Nice post and you are right if your links are not getting indexed, you re wasting your time…

    • April 8th, 2014 at 6:45 pm

      Will give them a shot!

    • April 8th, 2014 at 7:21 pm

      I have tried both and I am happier at InstantLinkIndexer, not just for the better and faster results, but and for the prices and first class support. I needed few times to contact InstantLinkIndexer’s support due to billing issues and I got replies in minutes!

      I am still with them though :)

  21. 4.8.2014

    I’ve heard that indexing your backlinks is just a big red flag for Google Matt, what do you think?

    • April 8th, 2014 at 6:33 pm

      I don’t see why it would be – unless it was a really spammy junky link

  22. 4.8.2014

    Interesting study, however I would be interested more in a blind study where the OneHourBacklinks team is not aware of your account or links.

    While I doubt they actually did it, it is very possible they gave special attention to the links in your project to ensure indexing as they know how powerful a good review of their service on your blog would be for business.

    • April 8th, 2014 at 6:33 pm

      That is possible – but equally doesn’t excuse the performance of the others.

  23. 4.8.2014

    I’m glad you wrote this article, I’ve been looking for a good indexing service for a long time.

  24. 4.8.2014

    Great information, Matt!

    With this analysis I will save a lot of valuable time;-)

    Thanks for the info.

  25. 4.8.2014

    If the OneHourIndexing guys don’t use pinging, RSS, or link building then they must use social media. Otherwise my mind = blown.

    • April 8th, 2014 at 6:30 pm

      Yeah I’m not sure myself =\ They won’t tell!

      • April 8th, 2014 at 8:29 pm

        Either social media or linking it to some blogger sites with high page rank. What do you think?

  26. 4.8.2014

    Great post! I was just working on a site that needs thousands of pages indexed. I decided on Linklicious though. Too bad that wasn’t on the list.

    • April 8th, 2014 at 6:29 pm

      Sorry!

    • May 9th, 2014 at 2:40 pm

      Thanks for using Linklicious – it’s best for Google awareness and cheaper than One Hour Indexing.

      That said, indexing pages of a site is a slightly different animal. It’ll be impacted by a few factors:

      – Site strength/authority – Google gives strong sites more backlinks indexed
      – Site speed – This is a major factor in determining crawl rate across your site
      – Page uniqueness – Google won’t index dupe or thin content very well.

      Good luck!

  27. 4.8.2014

    Defintelly the proof is in the pudding on this one!
    Thank you Matt for the review… Even been a sponsored post, you can’t ignore the results at the end of the day.
    I love your “I’ll test it or I won’t post sh*t” approach :D

    • April 8th, 2014 at 6:29 pm

      I’m sure Justin will tell you what a pain in the a*** I am to work with

      • May 9th, 2014 at 2:41 pm

        Confirmed! I kept trying to get a preview of the results and he wouldn’t share until the day before the post went live. :)

  28. 4.8.2014

    Hi, Nice post Matt (Not Matt Cutt right ?),

    I really enjoy and learn something about backlinking here..and of course I subscribe to your post…thanks.

  29. 4.8.2014

    As usual, another informative piece of SEO info! Thank you Matthew. I’ve started testing out Scrapebox’s rapid index add-on. It’s been 2 days with low returns so far. I take it that it is not very effective since you didn’t include. Appreciated.

  30. 4.8.2014

    Interesting. Thanks for sharing. I’m running a few interesting case studies myself :) will share shoon.

  31. 4.8.2014

    This was an excellent test. Nice run through with a unbiased opinion. I like you going and testing all these backlink index services.

  32. 4.8.2014

    Great post as always Matt. I would have loved to see Backlinksindexer added to the comparison. Heck, I’d be willing to even let you use my account to test.

  33. 4.8.2014

    A friend of mine was talking about Onehourindexing some times ago but I never try such services. Even cause this could be a great tool for some projects.

    What amazes me is that you could rank some cheap content in short term period. ….Ahh, this reminds for website flippers :)

    I appeciate your casestudy. You are always prepared to show us something different.

  34. ahardinweb
    4.8.2014

    Hi Matt, great review. A couple thoughts though:

    1. Since using GSA SER, why not include GSA SEO Indexer (one time payment) in the group? Would have been very interesting to see how it stacked up against the monthly service options.

    2. Also noticed no inclusion of any of the newer “rapid” index services like Incredible Indexer, Express Indexer (both have GSA API) and Nuclear Link Indexer.

    Frankly, when I saw the title of the article, I was expecting an “old vs new” rather than a comparison a few very similar options. Anyway, great read as always.

    • April 8th, 2014 at 6:25 pm

      Hi,

      I’m happy to take suggestions on others for a follow up!

  35. 4.8.2014

    Matthew, I am following your blog from long time and I have learnt alot from You! With all my due respect I am kinda disappointed from You this time and I am sure You probably won’t even approve and publish my comment, but I wanted to share my thoughts with you

    This case study looks like a clear promotion for Onehourindexing and everybody around that knows these indexers will tell you the same!

    Let me tell you why… All the indexing services You used for this case study are from 2011-2012 and all they use similar old indexing techniques, while Onehourindexing just popped up (Q4 2013 ~ Q1 2014) along with few others indexers from new generation that provide ultra fast and better results than all old ones.

    So, you are comparing new generation indexer with indexers 2-3 years old. It is really not a plausible case study at all

    Why don’t you made the comparison with Linklicious.co instead? It is owned by same guys running Onehourindexing and is from 2011-2012 as all other indexers in the case study.. Or why you didn’t include any from the other new generation indexers? I am pretty sure you know their names..

    Thank You for your time!

    • April 8th, 2014 at 6:24 pm

      Hi,

      I selected the biggest/most popular services in forums to test so it would be relevant to as many people as possible.

      Happy to include others in a follow up!

  36. 4.8.2014

    Why did you choose to verify indexed pages with Scrapebox instead of just using site:_____.com or the Google webmaster tools? It sure is less time consuming with the latter.

    • April 8th, 2014 at 6:20 pm

      Takes 10 seconds to set Scrapebox up, then I sleep :)

  37. 4.8.2014

    Why didn’t you use GSA indexer?

    • April 8th, 2014 at 6:19 pm

      Seems stupid I didn’t include that given I used GSA to build the links – sure a followup can be done :)

  38. 4.8.2014

    I took a look at Onehourindexing before a while and I am now just happy i didn’t wasted my money there.

    What is their “onehour” when in your results it shows that within the 1st day only ~10% links have been indexed??

    For the money they ask, all rest indexers in the case study have alike results for the 1st day!

    • April 15th, 2014 at 7:48 am

      Well day 1 is immediately after they were submitted, and I mean like – immediately after.

  39. 4.8.2014

    Pretty good job Matthew, thanks for the awesome case study!

    I am quite happy myself for the 17 bucks I pay at Indexification since an year already

    OneHourIndexing looks good imho, but as looking at your final indexing rates report at day 15 it doesn’t look to be worth 4 times the price of Indexification. The final results are the important ones!

    I’d better stick with what I am happy with

    • April 15th, 2014 at 7:47 am

      While it may be 4 times the price, it does give double the results. And when you put that in actual money terms its not much money to invest to double your indexing performance.

    • May 9th, 2014 at 2:50 pm

      Just to put a fine point on it…

      Unless you’re using the max daily links at Indexification, One Hour Indexing will get you double the results for the same amount of money.

      Very few people use the max daily links at our service, and I assume it’d be the same there.

  40. Nikhil
    4.8.2014

    Hi Matthew,

    Great case study. Indexing site fast and properly in very important. I agree that onehourindexing is a great, but indexification is another a great choice for beginners and works great for me. :)

    • April 8th, 2014 at 6:47 pm

      Thanks!

    • samira
      October 24th, 2015 at 1:11 pm

      hi nikhil would wanted to know the sucess rate of indexification.. and one hour indexing guarentees the index rate in one hour?? please help me to buy the cheapest and best indexing service i need to index some 5000 backlinks

  41. McQuinn
    4.8.2014

    Very very good article Mat, thanks for it!

    This just proves my own theory i am doing pretty well at Indexification and i better stick with it! The results at all these new “rapid” indexers aren’t that better to deserve that high pricing

    but what wonders me is that your indexing rates at all indexers in the case study are really really bad Matt, just the Control group looks ok to me as it is really important nowadays to do something about indexing the backlinks, otherwise they are just a lost effort

    • April 15th, 2014 at 7:45 am

      I expected them to be bad purely because I used the worst quality/duplicate/junk content on the worst quality sites.

      I figured if an indexing service could get something like that indexed today – then its good to go :)

  42. 4.8.2014

    Wow… interesting content Matt. Thanks for sharing this. Never heard of OneHour Indexing before… well I’m gonna sign up now.

    Btw, what do you think of using Article Builder by Jon Leger instead of spun articles ? Is it a good product ?

  43. Sam
    4.8.2014

    Hey Matt,

    Working on a bit of a budget as for now, so PingFarm is the one for me for the time being. OneHourIndexing looks good to me for the future. Will most likely start off with the $17 for 1000 links to start off with.

    Once again,

    Thanks for the info again. Keep up the good work mate.

    • April 8th, 2014 at 6:20 pm

      Good luck :)

    • May 9th, 2014 at 2:47 pm

      Matthew didn’t cover this directly, but Ping Farm actually doesn’t even ping. You can open up a Javascript debugging console on it and see that it gives errors. The way it was designed, browser security permissions forbid it from working.

      And obviously the indexing results show that it doesn’t help that metric either. :)

  44. 4.9.2014

    hey Matt, you forgot about InstantLinkIndexer… Have you tried that one? A bit more expensive than OneHourIndexing though. Great post!

  45. 4.9.2014

    Nice Post matt, Is there any free and working site that can index backlinks.

  46. Danny Cheng
    4.9.2014

    Matthew, thanks. There’s always a golden nugget here and I’ve learned a lot from your previous posts. Thanks for letting us know which link indexer service sucks and which ones work.

  47. 4.9.2014

    Matthew that is really awesome case study. Thanks for sharing such a valuable and useful information dude.

  48. 4.9.2014

    That’s a big relief to me to know that ping are waste of time……now i shall never look back to ping anything….Do you have any idea or hint what “OneHourIndexing” do for indexing our backlinks…..and i also read your “Ranking For Rand Fishkin”

    There you used service (“Link Pipeline and Linklicious and mentioned that “Most of my Tier 1 backlinks were indexed the same day that they were made, and the maximum it took was 4 days.”)

    So Link Pipeline and Linklicious are similar to “OneHourIndexing”

    Anyway that’s article taught me something new.
    Thanks

    • April 15th, 2014 at 7:36 am

      Hi,

      I don’t know what they do sorry.

      I didn’t write the other article your referring to.

  49. 4.9.2014

    Great case study, very clear results. Now I know what do to for indexing. Thanks.

  50. Emmett Moore
    4.9.2014

    Those guys at OneHourIndexing are smart m***’s. Couple of years ago they figured out a way to game Yelp reviews with a service which autodripped positive reviews on seasoned accounts with IP centric control groups. Brilliant stuff.

    Matthew, this post was super helpful. Gave me a b****. And I leave satisfied.

  51. Manish
    4.9.2014

    Hey Matt, thanks for the cool study another winner.

    Do you drip feed your backlinks through the indexation service or do you submit in bulk?

  52. 4.9.2014

    Hi Matthew,

    Did you check your links on Bing to see what effect these services had? With Bing/Yahoo getting approximately 30% of Google’s USA traffic (and growing) and with Google’s constant updates making the SERPs very volatile, many marketers are now focusing on secondary sites for these search engines.

    However, getting links indexed in Bing is much more difficult than it is on Google. I would be interested to know if you found similar results for Bing/Yahoo.

    • April 12th, 2014 at 12:28 pm

      The ROI in terms of time/cost for other search engines isn’t worth my attention at the moment sorry

  53. 4.9.2014

    If you notice, Indexification is trending downward, I wonder what their indexing rate will be at the end of a month? If it drops another 10% (I assume as the backlinks they build are devalued by Google), it makes it a lot less cost effective.

    Will you do an update at the end of the month?

  54. 4.10.2014

    Great content Matt. Looking forward to your findings regarding GSA indexer. Have a good one!

  55. yskan
    4.10.2014

    Thanks a lot for this review. Time to skip pingfarm.

  56. 4.10.2014

    Great post and good stuff to increase your results online.

  57. 4.10.2014

    Hi Matt,

    Please do a followup using:

    1) More links
    2) GSA Indexer
    3) Instant Link Indexer

    Include the One Hour Indexer too.

    Thanks!

  58. eZFlow
    4.11.2014

    Thanks to your post and someones comment I found out about instantlinkindexer.com, the guys behind Indexification. They came to the market last year and are one of those like the onehourindexing services. Please include them, i just took a sub and must say it looks promising after just one day.

  59. 4.11.2014

    in follow up include instantlinkindexer.com and theincredibleindexer.com(i see good results for this service). you can use my account for testing incredible indexer just shoot me email and i will give you my login details to try this service. :)

    • April 12th, 2014 at 12:15 pm

      Thanks for the offer but I’ll cover that dont worry :)

  60. Elizabeth
    4.12.2014

    Hi Matt

    I have a blog website, do I need to index every post I do?

    Also I read somewhere that one should index the website, being the main home page every month.

    Is that accurate, if not how often should one index it?

    • April 15th, 2014 at 7:33 am

      If its already indexed, its indexed. No need to worry :)

  61. 4.14.2014

    Does user or Google decide what to index ? New websites should wait a little bit to get their articles indexed no big deal. Whats the rush ?

  62. 4.15.2014

    Nice tutorial , you are right I am getting traffic after indexification of my blog post

  63. Covek
    4.15.2014

    Hi Matt,

    What do you think about “TheIncredibleIndexer” so far i used only them and i can say it has really good indexing success rate, to not mention it can proceed up to 100k backlinks daily and as well price is like $25. Which beats other compettition. :D

  64. 4.17.2014

    Hi Matthew, Thanks for sharing this case study and i’ve subscribed on the service of OHI which seems great. I’ve been seing my links being indexed not even 24 hours lately.

  65. Kerill
    4.24.2014

    Hi Matthew,

    Thanks for this detailed review. I would like to point out, that since you did a big tutorial on Rankwyz and GSA Search Enginer Ranker, you might want to consider including Express Indexer and Incredible Indexer. Mainly because these are the 2 indexing services that are supported in both, Rankwyz and GSA. For people like me who use both of those SEO tools, it would be handy to only have to sign up with one indexing service that can be used in both tools.

    Oh and also as asked by others, including GSA SEO indexer in your follow up test would also be nice, mainly because it’s a one time payment and made by the creators of GSA.

    In a nutshell, if you can add these services to the follow up test, that would be incredible:

    Express Indexer
    Incredible Indexer
    GSA SEO Indexer

    Cheers,
    Kerill

  66. 4.26.2014

    Is it actually worth indexing the links though because it gives Google too much information. Surely it’s safer to let Google naturally find the links?

  67. 5.3.2014

    Hey Matt!

    That was really informative case study! Thanks! I will surely start to dig deeper and research a OneHourIndexing for myself.

  68. 5.6.2014

    Hi Matt,

    what you think about http://www.indexemperor.com/?

    Thanks

  69. Kerill
    5.9.2014

    Your comment unsubscribe doesn’t seem to be working. I have received email notification on every single comment from the above “argument” (which is annoying), and unsubscribed from this post already, but still I keep getting email notifications on this.
    Clicking on the unsubscribe button again that is in the email, just tells me no active subscriptions.

    • May 9th, 2014 at 9:50 pm

      Hi,

      The WordPress comment system pushes comments into moderation which need to be approved before they appear. When that happens a cookie is dropped on your machine so that you can see the comment but if you come back later it might disappear.

      I have seen your second comment about the issue and I can’t seem to find a quick solution so I have disabled the plugin entirely because if it’s causing problems for you, it will be causing problems for other people as well.

      Sorry about that! You might get an email from a few comments I have just approved but you shouldn’t get one after this – if you do please contact me directly via http://www.matthewwoodward.co.uk/contact-me/

      sorry about the problems!

  70. Hannes Schmidt
    5.9.2014

    Hey matthew,

    your tipps really helped me alot! Well I have a very small budget atm… Do you think GSA Indexer is getting nearly same eesults as the monthly paid services? Cheers Hannes

  71. 5.11.2014

    Ok, so…I’m a broke not so newbie that needs to make money tomorrow. I want to start promoting rankcracker….i have no site although I could set one up I know WP. pretty well and I have socrates theme and some seo tools. I don’t have spin rewriter or TBS…In my mind, I need one of them. I just purchased VideomakerFX… please help! what should i do tomorrow?

  72. 5.18.2014

    I ever cease to be amazed at how rude people can be. I am referring to the person who took up half of the space for comments. I commend you on the fact that you took the high road and kept your replies kind and civil. In my work, I do a lot of coaching on how to handle disruptive and bullying behavior and I must say you did a great job. You also taught me a lot with your post and I appreciate the work that you did. Thank you.

    • May 18th, 2014 at 3:48 pm

      Thanks – he made some good points, but I prefer data over opinion personally!

  73. 6.2.2014

    Man you are receiving some deadly comments. How do you find out time to respond to those keyboard warriors?

    • June 2nd, 2014 at 5:03 am

      It doesn’t take long and I don’t mind spending time to engage with people! They will always teach you something!

  74. Rod
    6.5.2014

    Matt,

    Would you not agree posting the URL on the Twitter should make Google indexing it? I tweeted a URL which was then re-tweeted 3 times but it is still not indexed!! This is reall odd! Don’t you think?

    • June 5th, 2014 at 4:12 pm

      I suppose it depends on the quality of the accounts and how often Google spiders them AND if Google deems it worthy of indexing

  75. Kevin
    6.14.2014

    Hi matt,

    ich visited “One Hour Indexing” Site, and in the footer I found that that site has another indexing site like http://linklicious.co/.

    Can you maybe explain to me, why there is another indexer site beside one hour indexing and which is better? since both of them is a indexing site .
    Thank you.

    • June 23rd, 2014 at 2:29 am

      One is a service that gets your links crawled, one gets them indexed

  76. Jeff Guynn
    6.18.2014

    Matt:

    Thanks for the review. What about a service like Linklicious?

  77. 6.23.2014

    Thanks for the Review Matt,

    Any thoughts on Backlink Booster, Backlinks Indexer and The Incredible Indexer ?

  78. 6.29.2014

    Hi Matthew,

    I was looking for a quick Backlink indexer and here I got engaged with comments rather than review ;)
    BTW helpful review will help me to go on right path.

  79. 7.6.2014

    Normally a big fan of your content but this post is misleading. As many have said not providing proper comparisons leads to a very misleading study. I see you still have no update to this post and leaving this up in its current state is a disservice to your readers. I would either take it down or put a big disclaimer at the top saying this case study is not representative of the best indexing services on the market so people dont just rush out to buy what, according to your flawed study, looks like obviously the best indexer.

    Judging from the comments of this article, the damage has already been done as people have blindly trusted that you had done the ultimate test and that the service your promoting is clearly superior to anything on the market.

    • July 6th, 2014 at 11:07 pm

      I will publish a follow up at some point but for the here and now that was the test I ran, those were the results I have had and the comments are in place for anyone to read!

  80. 7.16.2014

    I would like to see a post concerning non-subscription methods. Is there a software or combination of plugins that can be bought for a one-off fee that comes close?

    • July 16th, 2014 at 5:09 pm

      Not that I’m aware of other than just building links to your backlinks

  81. seanydee
    7.26.2014

    I actually think this was a quite good review inspite nutjobs rantings

    For these reasons:

    If you check the search engines for indexing services one or two of the c*** ones rank at the top.

    If you are a noob to seo you might well assume these are the better ones.

    Also as matt explained quite a few people mentioned pinging as a good way to go, so his result here proves contrary, obviously people in the know are privvy to such knowledge but the vast majority simply do not know so what he did here was a worthwhile exercise.

    My only gripe with this test is that you did not pit the best indexing services against each other, as then we would have had a definitive answer, maybe that might be something to consider and would definitely add value for your readers.

    All the same great job and I enjoy reading what you have to say.

    • July 26th, 2014 at 4:17 pm

      Haha thanks for the feedback :) I will follow up with a larger study in the future!

      • August 4th, 2014 at 3:33 am

        Look forward to it drop me an email when you do

  82. 7.27.2014

    Very happy to have found this blog – I’ll see what I can learn from it. As for the case study up above, it certainly would have helped to post proof of the results; not merely the results, themselves. Or, to post a link to them offsite if the information was too much.

  83. 8.13.2014

    Hi Matt,

    How about the rapid indexer in Scrapebox? I know from other tutorials that you use Scrapebox, but is it so ineffective that you haven’t even tried it for benchmarking sake?

    I have scrapebox and would rather not buy another tool if I can avoid doing so.

    Thanks!

    • August 14th, 2014 at 5:01 pm

      Hi,

      Yeah that method died off years ago, but try it for yourself with a sample and leave it running overnight

  84. 8.21.2014

    DUDE… I was totally waiting for you to literally make a video explaining to the RAGER at the top how to properly conduct yourself and how a test works.

    I got the point of the test. I get what dude is saying. I also get the fact that you gotta pay for your time.

    All included – I Will Try A Few Out and see what the results are.

    Otherside of the comments – PR and DA/PA of the links could reflect the indexing as well. I trusted you did this as all your other test with that fact in place.

    Sites being crawled and your link being there vs. indexing. I think the brevity confused a lot of people as they don’t understand half of what they are doing (don’t necessarily need to either) when they are building backlinks etc…

    Cool post – Thanks

    • August 21st, 2014 at 3:48 pm

      Hahaha nahh he made some valid points :)

      My test took the same GSA campaign targeting the worst quality sites with the worst quality auto spun content, cloned it 5 times over and then ran it.

      • michelle
        September 1st, 2014 at 1:50 pm

        Hi

        This is a bit off topic but

        Do you use a VPS for GSA?

        How many projects to you run?

        I’m currently running 11 projects on GSA and getting “out of memory” pop up, even after I upgraded to windows VPS 3 in power up hosting, and taking my threads down to 60.

        I’ve contacted the GSA forum but they said its just how GSA is, but a lot of other people dont seem to get this problem unless they run 40 plus projects.

        Do you have any idea?

  85. 10.5.2014

    Hi Matt,

    I’ve got a very basic question about link indexing.

    Will I need to submit the URL of the page where I’ve dropped a backlink to get it indexed?

    Is this the case, or something else? I actually have no idea about all this. I’ll be glad if you help a bit.

    • October 14th, 2014 at 10:37 pm

      Hi,

      Yes the page the link to your site is actually on must be indexed

  86. med
    10.10.2014

    Hi,

    How can’I use comment to indexing my backlinks ?

    Tks,

  87. 11.2.2014

    Well I read your post and bought one hour indexing thinking it to be good service. but i wonder how do they index links in 1 hour when its been more than 24 hours since i paid them and my account still not activated. Upon that there is no way in admin through which i can raise support ticket. Think before anyone buy !!!

  88. 11.5.2014

    hi matthew,

    will onehourindexing work indexing pages of my website?

    also is there a way to extract every page of my webisite ? i have over 700 pages in total and really looking avoid doing it manually if you have any advise, i would appreciate you wisdom.

    thanks for this excellent blog and i wish you best in your new country. Will you be home for xmas?

    thank you

    • November 5th, 2014 at 2:06 pm

      Hi,

      I would just focus on indexing the home page and any top level category pages, let nature take care of the rest :)

  89. todaystat
    11.9.2014

    Great article on backlink indexing.
    Thanks for sharing.

  90. 11.17.2014

    First, many thanks for this interesting article, a question, it is possible that Google refuses to index the links on some sites?
    Thanks in advance.
    Maurizio

  91. 12.9.2014

    I wast waiting for google to index my blog backlink, i don’t really i need to do the work by myself not until i found your article. Thanks

  92. 2.26.2015

    thanks mat, on this blog I know there cool sotfware backlink onehourindexing, and I’ve tried the trial version. Do you also use this software? if yes, what is your opinion about onehourindexing?

  93. Rahil
    3.8.2015

    thanks for sharing this case study, i will try one of the service.

  94. amanda
    3.9.2015

    full of affiliate link !! a******

    • March 10th, 2015 at 8:34 am

      Are you an internet marketer complaining about affiliate links?

  95. 3.10.2015

    Gone above head..new blogger :(

    • March 10th, 2015 at 8:39 am

      As a new blogger you don’t need to worry about link building/link indexing for a minimum of 6 months if ever at all.

  96. طيف التقنية
    3.17.2015

    thanks for info ^_^

  97. imam
    3.19.2015

    i get your email for your tips, just now i open thats link.. and here really i get science.. thanks matthew

  98. Cris
    3.25.2015

    How to check which backlinks are indexed ?

    • March 27th, 2015 at 8:30 am
      • Cris
        April 1st, 2015 at 10:55 am

        Scrapebox show link No Follow (yes) and
        Inspyder Backlink Monitor show link No Follow (no) .

        Which of the two is wrong ?

        • April 6th, 2015 at 9:26 am

          I could use my psychic powers to pull an answer out of thin air or alternatively you could look at the page yourself.

      • J&C Marketing Solutions
        April 4th, 2015 at 7:26 pm

        I just purchased scrapebox based on your suggested guide/review.

        The only issue I’m having is how to check to see if the links I’ve submitted to onehourindexing.co are actually indexed.

        I want to verify this via scrapebox, any idea how I can do this? Can you point me in the right direction?

        Thanks!

        Jerry

        • April 6th, 2015 at 9:01 am

          Load the list of URLs into the harvester then use the check indexed function on the right

  99. Pugly
    4.4.2015

    Nice tip for index backlink. thanks you.

  100. Rahul
    4.4.2015

    Thanks Matthew,

    I quickly wanted to get the Backlinks Indexed, and i can see it happening :)

    Awesome Explanations, as always..

  101. Domi
    4.17.2015

    thanks for sharing this, i will try one of the service.

  102. Choirul
    4.29.2015

    Thank you. I finally found your article to revisions way I used to quickly index

  103. Bob
    4.30.2015

    WOW, That guy was a trip!
    Xanax sounds about right….

  104. سئو
    6.2.2015

    With this analysis I will save a lot of valuable time;-)

    Thanks for the info.

  105. Ahmad
    6.8.2015

    Nice Blog Keep Succes

  106. Drew
    6.15.2015

    I learned a lot from the post. One of the things is people are rude, but that will never change. At least the owner was kind enough to continue replying at the point I would have stopped.

    I just add my backlinks (pages links are on) to google url submit. Gotta be logged in. Seems like they get indexed immediately. Same with new business directory pages our company creaates listings in. I submit them also. They are immediately indexed. When I don’t do that it takes a lot longer.

    I might have drifted off topic. I think we are talking about the same thing. Anyway, hope you all have a great day. They are much better than “not so great” days.

    My 2 cents, usually only worth 1 cent.

    • June 16th, 2015 at 9:39 am

      Hi Drew- glad to see you are having a good experience with them :)

    • June 28th, 2015 at 1:56 pm

      1hour indexing does not work well with citations / directories.

  107. 6.25.2015

    What is your thought on Instant Link Indexer? I used it and it worked pretty well but I did not see a 50% index rate.

    Additionally, ignore the arm chair commandos in the comments.

  108. James
    6.28.2015

    Thanks so much Matthew, now i know what to go for

  109. iklanmalaya
    7.12.2015

    Wow the first comment is really something else, But its great to read these short content, and plus is just think one hour indexing is really great, and why? because it gave me free trial! thanks matthew.

  110. JC
    8.7.2015

    Need a little clarification,
    For OneHourIndexing. you have 51.62% on day 7 and Day 15… Does that mean that the % indexed by Day 7 will be the most Google will index nomatter how much time passes by?

    And for Indexification, does that mean 28.1% at day 7 and you will have sites no-longer indexed after Day 15, because the rate declines to 25% at Day 15?

    Can you explain?

    Indexification 8.11% 28.09% 25.89%
    Lindexed 8.20% 9.12% 10.29%
    OneHourIndexing 9.91% 51.62% 51.62%
    PingFarm 8.36% 9.70% 10.27%

  111. 8.13.2015

    Hi matt,

    Nice to see you compare backlink indexing service. But you know what, They’re not working as intended. I don’t trust indexing service anymore.

  112. 8.15.2015

    Wow, Flame on. You really took a beating on this one, but stood firm. Congrats. The comments were almost as interesting as the article. What was it about again. lol

    You’ve listed some great back linking options and I think we are all man enough to come to our own sensible conclusions.

    Stay strong, still readinga nd clicking ;-P

  113. Argan
    8.21.2015

    Still confused about this topic >_<

  114. 8.23.2015

    Do you know any other cheaper method of indexing?

  115. Mobile App Development
    9.27.2015

    Really thank you so much..I Learned few new things from this post..

  116. Nik
    10.2.2015

    OneHourIndexing is completely piece of cr*p. It looks like this “service” is just a fraud – NONE of my links were indexed. I’ve uploaded about 10k of them but… nothing! In the end I’ve made a test – 20 not indexed URLs.. After a week – NOTHING! Then I’ve manually submitted 5 of them through “Submit URL” service and… ALL of them were indexed during a day.
    DONT waste your time and money!

    • October 2nd, 2015 at 10:32 am

      Would you mind dropping me an email with these URLs please?

  117. Roy
    10.8.2015

    What a tool that guy was.

    Sounds like he made some valid points about comparisons to other indexers but you wasted far to much time giving him a platform to rant.

    But look how well this post has ranked! Boom

    However, I’m new to the game and the massive differences of opinion has left me confused what’s the best route to take – any chance of a follow up post sometime soon to add your usual clarity.

    Cheers

    • October 9th, 2015 at 2:54 pm

      Well I am always open to conversation :) I will update this post at some point but not in the immediate future sorry

  118. 11.6.2015

    If those tools are free, that will help more webmasters

    • November 9th, 2015 at 11:30 am

      This is business unfortunately and tools like that are expensive to build and maintain.

  119. 11.10.2015

    so very nice

  120. Lisa
    11.11.2015

    Great post. Any updates yet that include other indexing services?

  121. Anoop Bhandari
    11.27.2015

    Thanks for the awesome and worthy information, I am just going to follow all the instructions hope it will prove the great for me.

  122. 11.28.2015

    Any comparison to ScrapeBox Rapid Indexer Addon, I understand that this is somewhat dependent on the list quality…and I presume decent quality proxies would need to be used…Any ideas?

  123. nawaf
    12.29.2015

    Matthew i really love your blog
    keep writing :D

  124. Matt, I am really a great fan of your tutorials, not your’s :P. Another thing I really want to know from you that what is your opinion about backlinksindexer? Is it performs better than One Hour Indexing? Have you ever tried yet? I love you blindly because I have learnt a lot of things from you. Waiting for your reply.

  125. 1.19.2016

    Hi Matthew,
    I am looking for how i can manually index my comments backlinks. I made these more then 15 days ago. Do you suggest me any process??

    • January 19th, 2016 at 3:42 pm

      The pages are probably already indexed in Google so just be patient for Google bot to come along and see them :)

  126. 1.23.2016

    Its somehow critical here in my country, i would have tried onehourindexing but they do not give free trial.

    • January 25th, 2016 at 9:59 am

      What is critical? And they do offer a trial of the service to index a link

  127. 1.24.2016

    hey matt…..someone recommended instantlinkindex.com . have you tried it? if yes pl share your review.

  128. 2.2.2016

    Which app i should uae to index my backlinks faster?

    • February 2nd, 2016 at 11:28 am

      It’s almost like I didn’t spend a bunch of time and money to create this post…

  129. Mucky Rawat
    2.6.2016

    Wow you helped you alot with this post. I will use your tips and need to know does social media links also index baknlinks fast. Is there any social media post makers software

  130. 2.22.2016

    Hey Matthew,

    I Googled “indexing links” and you were #1 . I created a tool called http://indexing.support that notifies you when a URL becomes indexed/de-indexed. It also submits de-indexed URLs to indexing services automatically for you via their API’s. It’s great for many things like citations, GSA and just knowing if your links/PBNs fall off G’s index. We pay 30% aff commisions and would love for you try it out. Cheers.

    • March 1st, 2016 at 3:08 pm

      That is a nice tool Adam and I have approved your comment so others can try it out :)

  131. 2.24.2016

    I studied a lot about the GSA software and in many video the presenter says that not necessary to use indexer service with this program, because if you build multi tier links the tiers helps indexing the backlinks. It is true?

    • March 1st, 2016 at 3:06 pm

      That is true, you can index backlinks with backlinks but that can create a never ending chain :)

      • Attila
        March 1st, 2016 at 4:50 pm

        Oh, so If I index only the ultimtate tier it is enough? Or you send to indexer every tier?

  132. Silas Nkoana
    2.24.2016

    I get overly excited when i see the word case study because i know i will be shown PROOF. I would like to ask, do these methods work for links left on commentluv blogs? do you recommend linkbuilding in this manner in the year 2016?

    • March 1st, 2016 at 3:03 pm

      Yes I also recommend this for relationship and traffic building at the same time!

  133. 3.13.2016

    So it mean no paid service is worthy to buy so we should better stick with free like pingfarm

  134. 3.28.2016

    that is really nice

  135. Anderson
    4.9.2016

    How about 2016? Many people says onehourindexing is scam. How about Instant Link Indexer? They offer lower price than onehourindexing.

    • April 11th, 2016 at 1:12 pm

      You can try them for yourself without spending a penny to make your own decision :)

  136. aadi
    4.12.2016

    Thanks for the list searching for the solution from long time

  137. 4.13.2016

    Hi Matthew,
    can you pl suggest in 2016 which one is the best ?
    have you test linklicious ? i read in many forms many are saying linklicious and GSA SEO Indexer are Good ?

    Pl suggest which one is best ?

    • April 15th, 2016 at 1:50 pm

      I wouldn’t use them as they use outdated pinging methods, just read the post above!

  138. Adil shah
    5.2.2016

    You just promoting only onehourindexing on this post and all are craps as your are saying. May be onehourindexing is good but also others service not so bad as you described.

    • May 2nd, 2016 at 2:52 pm

      The numbers are exactly as they performed, you can download the sample data in the post.

  139. Radio Warehouse
    5.23.2016

    Yes.. Really useful for the SEO Tricks

  140. 5.28.2016

    Hey Matt,

    Thanks for the great info! Do you have any experience with ninja seo tools? I just started using it, but too soon to determine the effectiveness.

  141. Alberto
    6.3.2016

    hello matthew what do you think of eliteindexer???
    really onehourindexer still in ma 2016 is the best??
    PLEASE HELP ME

    • June 6th, 2016 at 9:02 am

      I never heard of it, but ask them what method of indexing they use – if it’s ping or rss based then ignore it.

  142. 6.6.2016

    thanks matthew!!!
    just since 2 weeks past i am doing also experiment of index with differents methods….after of 2 weeks i am in 30-40% i will wait to finish month but really i thing will get near 50%. but really hard work because i took ping and rss scrapebox+freeindexer+indexkings+elitelinkindexer(payment-month).
    perhaps too work hard but my target is yes or yes get index my tiers 1. I like give you thanks because you are inspiration for many SEO in Spain.
    Good day sensei!!!

    • June 7th, 2016 at 9:03 am

      Sounds like a whole lot of effort, time and money to do all of that?

      Is this what you normally do or are you just testing things?

      I will let you know the next time I visit Spain :)

  143. 6.7.2016

    i am doin testings because usually tools index go well 2-3 months and after low percentage.
    For my will be a honor see you if you come to spain. my home is you r home.
    regards

    • June 10th, 2016 at 12:51 pm

      Thanks Alberto :)

      Please let us know how your testing goes!

  144. jay
    6.20.2016

    whats the proof that some backlink has been “indexed” ?

    please ..

  145. jeff
    7.1.2016

    maybe this software used to work like this but i can guarantee you it doesnt now. index rates were no where near what this article implies when i used this software and i put it through all types of links.

    • July 6th, 2016 at 5:07 pm

      Hey Jeff,

      Can you provide a bit more detail about your experience please?

      Thanks

  146. 7.15.2016

    Hi – Matt. Just wanted to say sorry that so many people (or – that one guy) tried to give you a hard time on this post. I’ve learned a lot from it, will implement it in all of our linkbuilding, and I thank you in advance for your time to pioneer this for the SEO world.

    • July 23rd, 2016 at 11:13 am

      I don’t mind at all, I encourage open discussion :)

  147. 9.12.2016

    Hi Matt, I Have just Read Your Case Study & Many Pro Blogger have told me that OneHourIndexing Provides Best Good Service than Others. One of My Friends is Using this. Hes so Expert that he had bought 4M Pageviews on 3 Days Old Blog.

  148. 9.19.2016

    i have a query man. which links we have to submit to indexer websites.
    our articles url or the urls which we created with anchor text to get backlinks on other websites

  149. 9.20.2016

    Thx for this ranking, helps me a lot ;)

  150. PARENT Nashik
    10.2.2016

    great stuff !!! Thanks for shapring !!

  151. 10.5.2016

    I have created almost 60 days, Pinged them but still not showing up in google search console. how much time it usually take to appear?

    • October 7th, 2016 at 10:24 am

      Pinging backlinks is a waste of time, that hasn’t worked for coming on 5 years or so.

      Are your backlinks indexed in google if you do info:domain.com/the-url

  152. The Experiience
    10.5.2016

    Thnaks for sharing this article. Indexing backlink is a very important process, If we are creating backinks need to index in google then also we have benefits

  153. Ubuntu
    10.13.2016

    Thank you!

  154. ojas
    10.19.2016

    thankyou sir

  155. 11.3.2016

    Thanks for the review & testing Matt, we are currently looking for an indexing service and will add Onehourindexer to the list :)

  156. Jame
    11.6.2016

    Hello Matthew,
    you post is usefull . And I have a problem need you help . I use pingfarm and ping my backlinks , but over 7 days and my backlinks not index . I want to use backlinkindex to index my backlinks .But I don’t know their quality and speed index backlinks. Can you help me ?

    • November 8th, 2016 at 10:22 am

      Pinging stopped working around 5 years ago, read through this article and make a decision on which service you want to try out.

  157. Damien
    11.16.2016

    Hi, matt was wondering if it would be feasible or easy to make our own index services. I normally index my sites in a few days which is great im thinking about creating a bot to do the leg work for me.

    Thing is with indexing each site is different some get indexed within hours others a few days. Some even require a ton more work.

  158. 11.22.2016

    Learned a lot. Very easy to understand. Thanks for sharing :)

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