I have been using G-Indexer mass backlinks indexer for over 3 months and I must say, it is the best link indexing software for getting your backlinks indexed with Google and Bing. Prior to using G-Indexer, I have used a range of backlink indexing services such as Linklicious, INDEXIFICATION and One Hour Indexing. All of these online services have not quite worked out for me as they failed to index almost 90% of my web 2.0 and PBN backlinks that were otherwise indexed by G-Indexer.
As you can see, it is a very simple backlinks indexer that is packed with tonnes of heavy-hitting features. Let's now examine how it works.
To use G-Indexer backlinks indexing software, you will need a list of about 100 proxies. I usually get rotating and private proxies. Proxies are needed to ensure that websites to which the backlinks are submitted do not ban your IP address. Once you have your list of proxies, add them to a text file, one proxy per line and upload it into the G-Indexer using the "add proxy list" button. I normally use Sweaty Quid to buy quality private proxies.
Next, you will need to add your list of backlinks to a text file (one backlink per line). G-Indexer is great for indexing web 2.0 parasite backlinks, PBN links, guest post links, social media posts and even money site pages. I use it to index back links created with Money Robot Submitter, GSA Search Engine Ranker, Scrapebox and all of my PBN links.
Once you have uploaded your proxies and backlinks, you will need to check the "brute force" option. You can shorten your urls when submitting them to the indexing sites but I find that short url function really slows down the progress of the G-Indexer. If I am indexing my Money Robot or GSA SER backlinks or any tier 2 or 3 links, I do not really care about shortening the URLs. The only time when I may shorten my urls is when I am indexing my money site pages just to add a level of precaution. Overall, I find that short urls no longer make a massive difference and G-Indexer is able to index links that are not shortened.
G-Indexer has a cool feature that allows you to automatically check what links have been indexed after each submission and then re-submit the unindexed links to the indexing sites again. Again, this is a very useful feature but I choose not to use it because it slows down the indexing speed. If I have a million or so backlinks that I need to index, I do not really care if some of my indexed links get submitted to indexing sites again as it does not make a difference: the indexed links will not get de-indexed just because they are submitted to indexing sites again. The only time when I would use this feature is when indexing my "money" site urls simply because I do not want to send my urls to the indexer too many items as it could risk a Google penalty.
Auto Mode is a very cool feature that basically allows you to index many backlinks on auto pilot. The way it works is 1) you save your web 2.0, PBN, etc backlinks to individual text files; 2) dump them into one folder and name it appropriately; 3) "select folder" containing your text files with links for indexing; 4) hit "start". The software will no automatically work its way through every file and index all the backlinks contained therein. I use this option a lot because it is advisable to break down your backlinks and save about 5,000 - 10,000 backlinks in one file. If you save like 100,000 links in one file, the G-Indexer is going to take a very long time to process each file before it stars indexing your links. I like to run my G-Indexer on my Windows VPSs and dedicated servers and the option to automatically index backlinks is extremely helpful because it means that you can set and forget your Indexing software. Just do not forget to replace your proxies when they expire. Also, whenever you add new text files with backlinks to the indexing folder, the software will automatically recognise new files and index the backlinks.
Before you start running the G-Indexer, you will need to configure a few settings under the "main settings" tab. If you intend to shorten your urls and use the function to check which links have been indexed, you will need to enter the Google Shortener Key and the Google Web App URL. Otherwise, I keep everything at their default settings. 2captcha was used when the software would submit the urls to Google directly but since Google no longer allows you to submit your urls for indexing, I am not entirely sure what the function is of 2captcha. I leave it blank.
I usually leave this section as is. If you intend to use the feature that checks what backlinks have been indexed to filter them out from the indexing queue, you will need to configure a few options here.
On the main GUI, click on view submitted and the software will open a web page with all the backlink urls. You can then click on each url and the software will automatically perform a spot check with Google to see if your link has been indexed. The software will use the "info:backlinkurl" operator to check if your link is indexed with Google. I usually replace the "info:" operator with "site:" to get more accurate results. I usually find a basic spot check to be a good indication of whether my links are getting indexed.
Overall, G-Indexer is great for indexing almost everything with Google and Bing. I like to use the indexer on my tier 2 links and PBNs created with Money Robot Submitter, Xrumer, GSA Search Engine Ranker, Scrapebox and other software. Bear in mind that the indexer submits your website to Chinese and Japanese sites that are crawled very frequently. I do not care if I create links from Chinese and Japanese sites to my tier 2 links as they all have different hosting and IP addresses. However, as this approach verges on the "black hat" indexing side, I am more cautious when it comes to my money site. I still index my money site pages using this indexer but I use the backlink indexing checker to see what links are and are not indexed and then I just index the pages that are not yet indexed. My main concern is not to send too many Chinese and Japanese backlinks to my money site as this could land me in trouble with Google.
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