avijeet
avijeet asked
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My backlinks are not getting indexed in google webmaster?

Hello my seo friends


i came here with a strong hope and i expect right answer and advices from all you guys.


I have created 250 links for a website on different unique other websites to generate backlinks all websites are unique and different and its not spamming.


Profile links, blog post, classified, forum links are there that i have created but since 2 months waiting google to index my backlink but any link is not getting indexed. i pinged multiple times, used linkicious to index faster and also in the last i created a blog post and mentioned the links below to get it indexed but the amazing thing the blog post is indexed by google but it denied to crawl any link that mentioned on the page.



I m not getting whats wrong happening with me? where i am doing wrong. in 2 months 250 links i created if there is some low quality links so its okey but in 250 links if 100 links i expect to get indexed so nothing wrong i think. But, no link getting indexed?


It is some kind of google bug, or something else or any kind of other problem because i tried everything even forced google to index in the last by making a blog post and pasting all the links below.......nothing worked.



Please help and advice me what to do to get my link indexed.

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KnowOneSpecial
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Quoting...avijeet

"I have created 250 links for a website on different unique other websites to generate backlinks all websites are unique and different and its not spamming.
"

What you call spam and what Google calls spam are two totally different things.

Of these 250 links you created, how many of those sites can i go and post a link on ?  Now you may think that is an irrelevant question, but it is not.

If I can  go and create a link for a site on any of those 250 places on the web, then so can everyone else on the web and you can rest assured Google knows this too !  As such these links you created will be ignored, best case scenario, or if they are bad neighborhood sites then you could get an algorithmic penalty for link manipulation.

This is all conjecture, without knowing the domain name of the site to look it over. 

I suggest ....

Vet all the sites you built links on and make sure none are bad sites.

i would check and see if the sites you posted links on have been indexed.  There are a couple of ways to do this... checking cached dates or using the site: command.  Either can tell you if the page with the link has been indexed or not.

That is where I would start.

Good advice?
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