Backlink Indexer - What is the Best Tool?

Omega Indexer backlink indexing tool

Backlink indexers are an essential part of search engine optimization (SEO). They help increase website visibility by ensuring that newly created backlinks are recognized and indexed by search engines.

Why do I need backlink indexers?

It has to be said that these tools are more likely to be used to get "low-quality" backlinks like profile links or business listings and the like in the Google index. If you manage to place an article with a backlink on a good blog, then Google usually indexes this link by itself, since it finds the article via internal links in the blog.

User profiles, on the other hand, often have no incoming internal links and are therefore often permanently ignored by Google. This problem can be solved by running such links through a backlink indexer.

Don't feel like reading a lot? Here directly to the tool of my choice: Omega Indexer!

A backlink indexer helps ensure that all links are also recognized and evaluated by Google.

What is the best indexing tool?

But which tool is the best for this task? This article is mainly about the Omega Indexer, which I think is the best tool because it has a very high success rate when it comes to getting fresh backlinks – or even new blog articles – into the Google index.

Note: The Omega Indexer link is an affiliate link, but I recommend this tool because I use it myself.

Omega Indexers: An Overview

The Omega Indexer is a tool specially designed to successfully index backlinks. Users can choose a “drip feed period” from 1 to 30 days and submit a certain number of backlinks for indexing.

Before you start, you have to buy credits so that a campaign can start. One credit corresponds to one link and indexing a link costs about two US cents – i.e. USD 0,02. Those who want to index more than 100.000 backlinks can contact the Omega Indexer team for better prices.

Once you have paid in the credits, you can start a campaign and either copy and paste a list of links directly into a field or upload them as a text file.

Once that's done, you can start the campaign and the tool will start working.

This is what the form looks like for starting a new campaign in Omega Indexer.

How does Omega Indexer work?

I can't say exactly how the tool does this, but I'm fairly certain that they place posts on strong, authoritative websites that list the links they want indexed. On the Omega-Indexer website you will find this note:

As you may have noticed, Google made important changes in the indexing process. It's now harder than ever to index your links.

The good news is that our dedicated development team managed to find a new indexing method with GSC! It takes around 7-8 days for your links to be indexed BUT make sure you are using a SAFE and RELIABLE source for indexing your backlinks.

To me, that sounds a lot like using authoritative domains that are already known to Google and are crawled frequently. A link from such a domain means that Google quickly visits the linked page and also indexes it.

The Omega-Indexer tool is one of the few that also has a high success rate.

User experiences with Omega Indexer

The experiences of users with the Omega Indexer are generally. Some users report positive experiences and a high success rate in indexing their backlinks.

Omega is the most effective these days. It's not perfect, but at least most links get indexed, while other indexers only get 0%.
Some links - such as profile links - require you to submit 2-3 times to Omega for them to be indexed. – Turbo B., Omega Indexer user

The people who report that not all links were indexed directly within 48 hours say that because of the cheap price, they sometimes do a second or third pass, after which all links usually end up in Google's index.

I think it also always depends on the links themselves. If I submit backlinks to Omega Indexer from domains that are already on Google's list of untrustworthy candidates, it may well be that Google simply does not want to index these URLs. The indexer can be as good as it wants.

On the Omega-Indexer page you can find a note that shows the most common reasons why backlinks are not indexed even after a "treatment" with this tool:

  • noindex tag in the source code
  • blocked by the robots.txt file
  • duplicate content
  • Server status 4xx, 5xx

If any of these circumstances apply, Google may refrain from indexing the page containing the link.

My experiences and use cases with Omega Indexer

I use Omega Indexer to index high-DR profiles from domains like, or similar and it works great. I also like to use it to quickly get new articles published on fairly fresh domains indexed.

With the Omega Indexer, this usually takes one to two days, but without the tool it can sometimes take a week or more. And that, although I always register the domains in the Google Search Console and use sitemaps.

Why you need the tool is also explained on the website. But I think everyone who ended up here knows what it's used for.

Do you still need a backlink indexer in 2023?

A legitimate question, which of course aims to ensure that most search engine optimizers assume that Web 2.0 links, profiles, business listings and the like no longer have any effect on Google optimization anyway.

I also left these types of links behind for 2 or 3 years because I no longer attributed any importance to them. In fact, some tests with my own domains have shown me that a strong link profile with such links from "good" domains still has an effect on Google.

And since these types of backlinks are often not automatically included in the Google index, the use of a backlink indexer makes sense and is justified in my opinion.

The cost of the Omega Indexer

There are some tools that you get for a one-time payment and others that work with a credit system. Omega Indexer works with credits. Editing a link costs one credit, and one credit costs about 2 cents (USD).

The good thing about Omega indexers is actually three things:

  1. The credits NEVER expire.
  2. Due to the good indexing rate, 2 cents are not much.
  3. The low price also allows the second or third submission.
Here you can see the cost of Omega indexers. The subscription costs 20 USD per month and gives 1000 credits.
Here you can see the cost of Omega indexers. The subscription costs 20 USD per month and gives 1000 credits.


If I need new credits, I activate the subscription for a month and cancel it immediately. The credits are retained for life.
If I need new credits, I activate the subscription for a month and cancel it immediately. The credits are retained for life.

Comparison of Omega Indexer with other tools

There are a variety of backlink indexers on the market including GSA Indexer, Scrapebox with Blog Comments, One Hour Indexing, Link Centaur, and Elite Link Indexer.

I've only tried One Hour Indexing and GSA. One Hour Indexer and GSA didn't bring a single link into the index for me. Scrapebox works with blog comment spam, which I personally don't think is okay.

With Omega Indexer, one has a way of getting backlinks into the index with a high success rate and without using spam comments or other unethical techniques.

Conclusion: Is Omega Indexer the Best Tool?

Choosing Omega indexers or any other tool is certainly largely a subjective matter. You can't compare other users' testimonials with your own experiences either, because you don't know what types of backlinks other users are sending to the backlink indexer.

In my opinion, Omega-Indexer is definitely not the cheapest tool, since you pay around 100 USD for 2 links, but the fact that it is an online service with a high indexing rate that does not generate any extra costs for captcha solvers or proxies , makes up for it.

If you want to take a look at the tool, come here to the homepage of the Omega Indexer.

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