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Rapid Indexer
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I have just watched a video on Rapid Indexer and all good. Now this video was done in 2012, so in 2019 can I still use it in the same way? I think what I am really trying to ask is, can I use Rapid Indexer to notify as many sites as possible, or should I just post to a few at a time?
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#2
Yes it still works the same way. yes you can still use it for lots of sites at a time, but probably a few hundred really good ones is just as good as ten thousand that are just ok.
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#3
Thanks loopline.

Another question, should I use rapid indexer whenever I create a new post? If so, should I submit url abc.com or abc.com/new_post?
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#4
Most rapid indexer sites only support the root domain, but there are some that support the internal page.

You could go thru your list and pull out the ones that support the internal pages and then use those when you do a new post.
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(05-12-2019, 01:09 AM)loopline Wrote: Most rapid indexer sites only support the root domain, but there are some that support the internal page.  

You could go thru your list and pull out the ones that support the internal pages and then use those when you do a new post.

I'm kinda a noob and am learning all that I can.  How can I go through the list and determine which will or won't support a full url?  Also, I just downloaded the default list of indexers last night -- it's huge and I'm finding that many (most??) won't work.  I'm getting many Errors 503, 404, 500, 0, 520, etc.

Can you recommend where to find an updated list somewhere?

thanks!!


**EDIT**  
Ask and ye shall receive (if you search for the answer yourself) haha.  I just discovered how I can do Alive Check on the lists to determine which ones are good.  I now also see how to test about full url submission.  Thanks Wink
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(06-21-2019, 07:14 PM)DigitalMu Wrote:
(05-12-2019, 01:09 AM)loopline Wrote: Most rapid indexer sites only support the root domain, but there are some that support the internal page.  

You could go thru your list and pull out the ones that support the internal pages and then use those when you do a new post.

I'm kinda a noob and am learning all that I can.  How can I go through the list and determine which will or won't support a full url?  Also, I just downloaded the default list of indexers last night -- it's huge and I'm finding that many (most??) won't work.  I'm getting many Errors 503, 404, 500, 0, 520, etc.

Can you recommend where to find an updated list somewhere?

thanks!!


**EDIT**  
Ask and ye shall receive (if you search for the answer yourself) haha.  I just discovered how I can do Alive Check on the lists to determine which ones are good.  I now also see how to test about full url submission.  Thanks Wink

Good deal, glad you found it.  Smile

So what I would do is just google up some lists, and then run them all thru alive check and see what ones still work and what don't and then you have a nice clean big list.
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#7
Almost every list I found, though, are filled with mistakes.  for example, countless lists held lines like

http://indexer.com/something/http://{website}  which would yield http://index.com/something/http://http://mywebsite.com

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http://indexer.com/something/http://www.{website}  which would yield http://index.com/something/http://www.http://mywebsite.com

Every list I could find was just sloppy.  The links would pass alive check and sometimes would even show successful, but it's clear they were neither.

Admittedly, I actually wonder if bulk indexing like this is even an effective strategy in 2019.
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#8
Thats because in most cases you only want to load in the domain into the rapid indexer, not the entire url. (unless Im mistaken, I have not tested the latest version)

These types of links are not going to give you a lot of link juice or weight as links, its just going to make it so google can find it quicker and give it a light boost in link juice.

If you can post quality blog comments with fast poster or other ways of building links it will be a stronger method, or you could do both and try that.
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(06-23-2019, 11:44 PM)loopline Wrote: Thats because in most cases you only want to load in the domain into the rapid indexer, not the entire url.   (unless Im mistaken, I have not tested the latest version)

These types of links are not going to give you a lot of link juice or weight as links, its just going to make it so google can find it quicker and give it a light boost in link juice.  

If you can post quality blog comments with fast poster or other ways of building links it will be a stronger method, or you could do both and try that.

Thanks -- I'm actually just going through all the addons, one by one, learning what they do and how to best use them.....so yeah, I'll be doing blog comments and more in the coming days/weeks. Smile Thanks for the help!
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