Have you been wondering how to index backlinks most efficiently? Backlinks Indexer is the linklicious alternative, I was referring to in my previous post. If you’re a linklicious user (and even if you aren’t) please read the previous post and then return here. If you are in need of an indexing service, you’ll understand why you need to make the switch to Backlinks Indexer. This case study was done with a 5 day trial enterprise subscription. Five days were enough to process ALL profile links.

Again, as we have done in the linklicious case study, the chosen links were profiles as they’re one of the hardest to index. I took all of the urls that linklicious was unable to index and plugged them into backlinks indexer to see what it can do with all those non-indexed links. I gave it a timeframe of 15 days. For the first test, I have kept track on the indexing growth momentum for 3 days, the second one only contains the number of indexed links after 15 days. Here are the results:

backlinks indexer chart


31 links indexed after 24 hours (processed 506 links out of 1724)
72 links indexed after 48 hours (processed 1008 links out of 1724)
113 links indexed after 72 hours (processed 1512 links out of 1724)
748 links indexed after 15 days (processed 1724 links out of 1724)
1092 links indexed after 45 days (New Update from October)


211 links indexed after 15 days (processed 531 links out of 531)

As we see, backlinks indexer managed to index more than 63% of all those links that linklicious could not index. This is a tremendous success! And if you would want to index all these remaining, you would just plug them into backlinks indexer again and it would do its magic.

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