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Discussion in 'Link Building' started by truf777, Dec 26, 2009.

  1. truf777

    truf777 Newbie

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    just found this great tool
    http://nbridges.com/tools/comments
     
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  2. nexty

    nexty Registered Member

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    thanks for this tools,

    I have eart something about the .edu link that google preferd this type of domain ;)

    many thanks
     
  3. callmelucid

    callmelucid Regular Member

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    nice.

    couldnt find any with blogs that were not nofollow or werent blocking comments altogether. maybe i'll have better luck next time
     
  4. mil0x

    mil0x Power Member

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    Or just use this in G directly:

    Code:
    site:edu inurl:blog ''post a comment'' -"comments closed" -"you must be logged in''
    :)
     
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  5. 0zcan

    0zcan Newbie

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    Thanks to all:

    Do this to be more specific in your searches

    site:edu inurl:blog "KEYWORD_TERM" ''post a comment'' -"comments closed" -"you must be logged in''

    Replace KEYWORD-TERM with your keyword.
     
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  6. herath

    herath Newbie

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    Thanks for this nice tip.
    Do we can find blogs that need approval before posting comment ?
     
  7. rob19028

    rob19028 Registered Member

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    LOL I did this and the only blogs that came up were the ones I have already posted to using my keyword as achor text.
     
  8. 0zcan

    0zcan Newbie

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    Experiment and ye shall find something...LOL

    Put this in Google and SEE what you get!

    site:edu inurl:blog "acne" ''post a comment'' -"comments closed" -"you must be logged in''

    :eek:

    Thanks to you I added a few more links to some of those sites. :)
     
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  9. rob19028

    rob19028 Registered Member

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    I did not mean it like that. My keyword has nothing to do with anything that would be in an education site so when I punched in my keyword it only pulled up blogs I had already posted to, that made me laugh. It is a good search method to use.
     
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  10. 0zcan

    0zcan Newbie

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    I see, no problems.

    What is your niche? It must be very rare. Care to share?

    Cheers.:)
     
  11. internalsoul

    internalsoul Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Nice tool or perhaps i can say nice trick..
    I can smell something..
    Is it your Adsense google search??:confused:

    Well the search result says it all.. sites logo and "powered by google" bside the text box.. But good job indeed

    Dont take it in other sense:)
     
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  12. rob19028

    rob19028 Registered Member

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    It is a diet niche keyword. But it just does not show up in .edu logs. They do not talk much about losing weight, some talk nutrition and health but my keyword is not as common as "diet" or "lose weight" although the more I learn here the closer I get to being good enough to rank one of those keywords.