Pinging backlinks?

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Ok,
I am really confused right now. I made tons of backlinks on SEnuke but none of them are showing up. So then I heard that you need to ping them for it to count to your backlinks. How exactly does the pinging process work for these backlinks? Do I just enter the backlink url into a pinger and it will be like magic?
 

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The pinging is done to alert Google to visit the page and update the content... Google will do it automatically, but pinging makes the progress faster.

Just ping all your backlinks you made and wait. :)
 

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I used GSA Indexer before but after switching to Indexification, a lot more of my backlinks got indexed by google. I higly recommend it, you can also set up custom plans if you talk to their owner which is awesome. If you're serious into SEO then subscribing into a indexing service like their is a must. It reeaaally helps. :)
 

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Back to the original question, just because a backlink "doesn't show up" doesn't mean that it isn't helping your rankings. Google only displays a fraction of what it knows about in the SERPs. It knows your SEN links are low quality, so why would it add them to the index? As long as it's aware of them, you'll benefit.

When you ping a link, you let Google know that that page exists. It comes and crawls it, gives you credit, and may or may not add the link page to the SERP index.

That said, I'd rather have an indexed link than an unindexed one if I had a choice.

Note: I run the largest pinging service (Linklicious.co) and indexing service (onehourindexing.co).
 
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