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What is the best indexer for Web2.0 you guys can recommend?

Recently I started using RankerX to create tier1 links and I am using GSA SER to boost those links.

Can you please guide me what is best Indexer to index web2.0 links create by Rankerx



  • shaunshaun
    I completed this case study about this very thing and released it a few days back. The winner came out with 98% indexed.
  • I was using Express Indexer in past and I am big fan of EI owner as he has helped me a lot.

    Anyhow going to try again EI to see how it goes. Thanks for the case study and great blog mate. Bookmarked it to learn more from you
  • @shaun case study is an awesome read. I was using an upper tier for indexing like you, but am now considering EI to see if it can up my game.
  • shaunshaun
    @viking cheers man :).

    I have been tracking the performance of my indexing tiers pretty closely since around June 16 and they have only been going down :(.
  • Hi guys,

    Just wanted to introduce Index Nuke to those that don't know about it. We were recently featured on Indie Hackers.

  • VMartVMart Natural SEO
    Have you ever tried scrapebox rapid indexer addon?
  • shaunshaun
    @vmart nah mate, I think it does a similar thing to GSA SEO Indexer.
  • VMartVMart Natural SEO
    By using scrapebox can I scrape indexer files? do it have footprints?
    Can we add GSA Ser Indexer.
  • @VMart - ignore any indexer that isn't a recurring monthly fee, and it's probably also wise to ignore anything that isn't quite expensive as well.
  • I am offering huge discount on life time licence for Also I am offering review indexing for 50 urls you send me.
  • Choose the one who at least able to crawl your backlinks by Google. Right now I'm using many services but the working ones are:

    1. Lindexed
    2. Link Centaur
    3. Speed Links
  • shaunshaun
    Have you manually checked Lindexed? When I tried it very few links were indexed.
  • Tim89Tim89
    My service works really well, crawling and indexing are two different things, In my opinion there's no point in paying for a service that solely "crawl your backlinks by google", it's a waste of money.

    Why not pay for a service that actually works and indexes links, an indexing service will naturally include "crawling" also.
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    edited March 2017
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  • VMartVMart Natural SEO
    There is not good things from the fiverr.
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  • shaunshaun

    Either admit you own it out right or use different user names on each platform mate.......
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  • PJ2323PJ2323 United States
    After using a ton of indexing services which at one time I found capable of a 50-70% indexification rate, I no longer am finding that to be the case. In most instances, fewer than 20-30% of my BLS are ever indexed and in my opinion ALL of them -- including Linklicious, One Hour Backlinking, Indexification and Instant Link Indexer -- SUCK. Only way to guarantee google will index 100% of your BLs is if you submit them all directly in google webmaster. Trouble with that is that there are risks of having your accounts banned, unless you drip feed them in multiple accounts with separate IP adds. I actually did just that but eventually found it to be too much of an effort. I looked for someone I could task it to and found one. Cheap too (.15 per url) and (here's the beauty part), you can drip-feed the links for as long as you like. I ran a couple of campaigns with it and within a few weeks every BL was indexed.  Check it out and test it yourself  
  • shaunshaun
    Linklicious, One Hour Backlinking, Indexification and Instant Link Indexer have sucked for years mate. I'm pretty sure light speed indexer does the direct submission to Google thing and I have head good things about it but I havent tried it yet.

    A few month back I was using Express Indexer but havent tried it in a few month.
  • sickseosickseo London,UK
    Out of all the indexing services out there, express indexer is defo the best one with the highest indexing rates. I've been using it since the beginning. For my ser projects where I've built a single tier, after 30 days I get a minimum of 50% indexing rate. Then I resubmit any non indexed links again.

    I am currently testing out Authority Indexer - Lightspeed upgrade.

    The first url I tested with was a link I created over a month ago. For whatever reason, this link has refused to index. I submitted to express indexer, but it didn't do the trick. I've built another tier of contextuals to it and it still didn't index (even though my tiers got indexed fine). So I ran this url through the lightspeed indexer and it was instantly indexed!

    Don't get me wrong, express indexer does work great, and I recently tested it on another 200 links and they have almost all been indexed (coming up to the 30 days since submission).

    For bulk indexing though, lightspeed indexer gets a big fail from me. I have the desktop app running on my server right now, processing just 200 urls. Some of them are returning errors "Page cannot be submitted". The biggest issue is how long the thing takes to complete. With 10 threads, it's taken over an hour to process just half of those links. I can't see myself using this to bulk index all of my ser links, maybe better suited for stubborn urls that don't index or smaller projects such as high DA links or web 2.0 links.

    Plus its locked to my server ip address. If I want to run another instance of it on another server to speed things up, I need to pay another $40 monthly. So for now, I'm gonna keep testing it on stubborn urls that don't seem to index.

    BUT, it does instantly index the links that it manages to complete processing, so it does do what it claims to do.
  • shaunshaun
    @sickseo I was thinking of trying out lightspeed indexer, heard nothing but good things so its good to see the other side of it too. I really hope someone releases a SaaS version of its method!

    I wont need an indexer for a little while but I think I will end up going with express indexer again as its nice and easy.
  • @sickseo what's your captcha costs with Authority Indexer?
  • sickseosickseo London,UK
    I did another test run of 200 urls with 10 threads.
    It only supports 2captcha and those 200 urls cost me $1.20! Plus 60 urls did not complete processing.

    @shaun The method seems quite sound for indexing but the speed and costs don't make it a worthwhile tool for indexing everything. Someone needs to take this method to another level with a web based service.
  • shaunshaun
    @sickseo $1.20 for 200 urls! That could kill me in costs! Defo going back to express indexer.

    Totally agree that the first person to release a SaaS version is going to make a killing.
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