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Another way to get more .GOV/.EDU backlinks

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by DrMax, Jun 30, 2011.

  1. DrMax

    DrMax Regular Member

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    Summary - Get .GOV/.EDU backlinks from expired/ing domains' site.

    1 - Go to http://www.freshdrop.net (not my site)

    2 - On the main columns, click on "EDU" (you may have to resize the columns window). Now you have the number of EDU links some domains have.

    3 - Yet on the main columns, look at the YBL column and then click on the NUMBER that you choose (related to the highest number of EDU backlinks)

    4 - Another window will open on your screen (the Yahoo Site Explorer), then do a "CONTROL + F"

    5 - Type .EDU on the search box.

    6 - There it is. You now just have to copy and paste to Notepad... new .EDU backlinks that others already found for you.

    Many times these backlinks are NOT spammed to death.

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    Rinse and repeat for .GOV

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    Additional sourcers other than freshdrop.com may exist, I didn't search for them.

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    Rinse and repeat a few times a day, or every day, or build a bot for you to get more backlinks from there.

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    Not the most sophisticated source but just a new one I found. And that is free.

    Enjoy.
     
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    xcpks Junior Member

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    Great method! I will for sure test this out.

    Thanks given
     
  3. qu4rk

    qu4rk Junior Member

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    So here is question #1, if they are expired/expiring, why would you spend your time on it?
     
  4. DrMax

    DrMax Regular Member

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    Appreciated man.

    Hope they are of good use for you.
     
  5. DrMax

    DrMax Regular Member

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    The "domains" are expiring, Not the backlinks. The backlinks stay there, active, even after the expiration of the domain since the backlinks providers in its majority don't notice it. Just use those backlinks to create them for your own domains.

    Btw, you could even purchase those domains since they are still for sale and Not dropped and this way get a domain Already with lots of backlinks, including EDUs and/or GOVs. But they are not cheap IMO.

    And I didn't say anything about "aged" domains... :cool:
     
  6. manakill

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    What is the point in finding EDU backlinks of expired domains? Why not we just do the same for live domains? and how come you say confidently that EDU backlinks from expired domains are not spammed to death?
     
  8. DrMax

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    Man... I'm lauhging here.

    The point in finding EDU/GOV backlinks of expired/ing domains is, like I explained above, that you can use the source of those backlinks to create similar backlinks to your own, live domains.

    In most cases I wouldn't care a bit about those expiring/ed domains, unless if I were planning to use those domains with already created EDU/GOV backlinks, regardless if they were expiring, expired, or even fully droped and zero aged. Some people use them to a good extent and some success, for really cheap prices.

    And I did Not say "confidently that EDU backlinks from expired domains are not spammed to death", but instead that many are not since you are now using "Another way to get more .GOV/.EDU backlinks" that may not appear when using the usual footprints that spammers use.

    Perhaps I could explain better now.

    I'm in a good mood today!
     
  9. DrMax

    DrMax Regular Member

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    Smart people can get a lot of free and really useful info from those sites.

    And even register nice domains for Reg fee!

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    Appreciated all the Thanks!
     
  10. myrules

    myrules Newbie

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    nice trick
     
  11. FriendlyCK

    FriendlyCK Newbie

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    Thanks. Nice and simple way to build a few rarer backlinks for free
     
  12. tpv88

    tpv88 Newbie

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    Free links FTW! Thanked :)
     
  13. DrMax

    DrMax Regular Member

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    Thanks for the Thanks' guys.

    But just remember that nothing says thanks better than a Thanks "button".

    ;)
     
  14. chris187

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    Hey neat little trick thanks for the share Drmax
     
  15. DrMax

    DrMax Regular Member

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    You're guys.

    Just note that .EDU and .GOV backlinks are only a few info you can get from these kind of sites. ;)
     
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    gr8mate Newbie

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    thanks gonna try this
     
  17. alba56

    alba56 Regular Member

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    thanks going to try this got a site sitting on page two and cant get it to move, did get it up to PR1? > so will see if this helps with the final push.
     
  18. DrMax

    DrMax Regular Member

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    If you use the right links, they will certainly help. But probably not just one or two.
     
  19. smartq

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    Thanks for shareing. Will try.
     
  20. hardhat

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    good method OP.
    here's my idea:
    instead of buying these domains, harvest their backlinks and post your new links on the same pages.