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Linkvana Doesn’t Work Apparently – See What The Linkvana Team Says

By admin | October 22, 2009


Ok, so after doing a little research on my competitors, I came across this affiliate blog, saying that linkvana doesn’t work, and that the proof was in the fact that it seems that none of the blog owners links were showing up in Google as being indexed.

If you would like to read the original blog post, by this somewhat thoughtful, but ultimately incorrect blogger, you can see it here.

Anyhow, as a result of reading what this blogger had to say, I checked a few of my old linkvana posts, to see if they were in fact showing up in google. I did this by checking the title of my linkvana blog posts in google, with the search queery like so : “blog post title”

To my dissmay, it seemed that 80% of the blog posts where indeed not showing up in google. So after checking this, I decided I would voice my concerns to the Linkvana staff, and ask them what was going on, and indeed what could be done about this serious issue with the Linkvana system.

Here is what I wrote :

I don’t know if you guys are aware of it, but after checking a good deal of my links, posted at different stages over the last year or so, it seems that most of them are not staying indexed by Google.

I don’t know if there is an insider from Google in the system, trying to expose as many blogs as possible, but there is definitely a major problem with the service, as obviously deindexed links are of no use.

Sorry to be the barer of bad news, if you were not already aware, but this only just came to my attention.

-Nick

I was happy to get a reply, this morning, just 12 hours after I submitted my concern via the ticket system.

Here is what they said :

Hi Nick,

Thanks for your email.

I would be completely and utterly surprised if your links did appear in Google if i’m being honest. Let me explain.

You must understand that there is not a search engine on the planet that will show you all of (or anywhere close to) your actual, real number of links using the link:domain.com command. Google will only ever show you a *very* small percentage of links they have found for your site. Yahoo will show a lot more but again nowhere close to the real numbers of backlinks that your site has. The reason is because search engines just don’t allocate their resources that way. Why? Because it would require resources beyond belief to display (and update very regularly) the backlinks of all the billions of sites out there. The benefit of doing this to the search engines is very minimal – why would they want to do this? It would also reveal more about their algorithm to the public which obviously is not what they want to do.

If you want to see how few links Google actually shows compared to everyone else enter this command: link:cnn.com into both Google and Yahoo, and see the difference in numbers.

However, your backlinks showing up is very different than whether a page has actually been indexed and even trying to find pages that are indexed within say a few weeks of them being posted onto our network is very hit and miss. If you try and find them using a snippet of text it is going to be 100% miss all the time as again, SE’s don’t allocate resources this way.

Try not to get too bogged down with the number of backlinks that are shown in Yahoo/Google etc – it would be much wiser for you to check your rankings for the phrases that you are targeting as this is a far better way to measure the success of Linkvana (as long as you’ve given the links enough time to ‘kick in’ – usually you can see benefits after a month or two of posting (maybe before!) as long as you’ve got a well optimized and white-hat site etc.

I can assure you that our networks of blogs are still performing very well meaning that our customers’ sites are ranking very well for the phrase that they are targeting. Not only our customers, but also us who use the system all the time – personally my sites have not been affected whatsoever.

Just thought I would reassure you. Please let me know if you have any other questions.

Many thanks, Alex

As Alex mentions here, using any of the supposed “tricks” via google search queeries to find out any SEO information about how your sites are doing really is not accurate at all. Google really doesn’t want ANYONE knowing how well they are doing, in what the big G sees as “gaming the system”.

When it comes down to it, all the sites that I promote with Linkvana are STILL on the up and up, and gaining rankings for competitive terms.

So, hate to finish with a cheesy old adage, but well….

The proof is in the pudding

: )

P.S My 7 day free trial, $1000 killer bonus and $30 rebate, and my $50 of free linkvana posts credit, $1000 killer bonus and $30 rebate packages are still available for all of you who are interested to see for themselves just how powerful an SEO solution Linkvana can be.

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Thanks guys,

Nick

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2 Responses to “Linkvana Doesn’t Work Apparently – See What The Linkvana Team Says”

  1. someseoguy Says:
    November 25th, 2009 at 2:40 am

    That is bull$hit. If you search for a paragraph of text in google, between quotes, and you don’t find your post on a Linkvana blog then your post is not indexed by google. Period!

    The observation about link:yoursite.com query is entirely correct, however.

    All that being said, I’m considering trying Linkvana. I can afford it and hopefuly it will help.

  2. admin Says:
    November 29th, 2009 at 8:37 am

    I wouldn’t be so sure about that matey. Google have been trying to hide statistical evidence of what’s happening with their listings for quite sometime now, and I think they are showing us less and less as time goes on.

    All I know is Linkvana works great for me, especially with the way I pretty much fully automate the post creation and uploading aspects : )

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