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GET 10 Auto Approve Do Follow .EDU Backlinks

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by wowhaxor, Jun 30, 2010.

  1. wowhaxor

    wowhaxor Executive VIP Premium Member

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    If you are on my mailing list at my blog then you already got this month's 20+ .EDU links, I decided to share a portion of them here publicly for the rest of you.

    Here they are, enjoy:

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    http://cias.rit.edu/printmedia/contest/support/register.php  - Register here. After logging in go to your profile and add your URL in the website field under "Identity".
    http://www.eecs.umich.edu/3gtest/forum/index.php - Go here and click register in the top right (valid e-mail not required). After this you will be logged in so simply hit "Profile" in the top right and add your URL in the website field. This is also a really powerful link because this forum is unmoderated. This means you can make your own thread and post as many links as you want - use it as a sales page or landing page or just to dump a crap load of **************** backlinks!
    https://www.stanford.edu/group/smsa/cgi-bin/public/forum/register.php - Register here (valid e-mail not required). After logging in go to your profile and add your URL in the website field under "Identity".
    http://sg-server.lsu.edu/forums/member.php?action=register - Register here. After logging in hit "User CP" in the top left. Then click "Edit Profile" and add your URL in the appropriate spot.
    http://web.ics.purdue.edu/~igrasp/mybb/member.php?action=register - Register here. After logging in hit "User CP" in the top left. Then click "Edit Profile" and add your URL in the appropriate spot.
    http://icl.cs.utk.edu/lapack-forum/ucp.php?mode=register&sid=d5ccbfb6252bf98fd2824c1f6897d5e8  - Register here. After confirming your account and logging in go to "User Control Panel" in the top left and under "Profile" add your URL in the correct field.
    http://opensees.berkeley.edu/community/profile.php?mode=register&agreed=true&sid=e43b4bd332352d418db0c47a570be0e9 - Register here, valid e-mail not required. Include your website in the appropriate field during registration. Make sure to log in afterwards to activate your account.
    http://asp1.umbc.edu/ute/projectvideo/forum/register.asp - Register here. Include your URL during signup.
    http://gc.poly.edu/bbs/register.php? - Register here. After logging in you will be prompted to view your profile, do so and add your URL in the proper field.
    http://forum.ashworthcollege.edu/ucp.php?mode=register&sid=5cb84d5b7b3a245c36fdbff511fe8184 - Register here, valid e-mail not required. After logging in go to the user cp in the top left the under profile add your URL in the proper field.
    
     
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  2. Stu784

    Stu784 Regular Member

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    Where's the sign up for your mailing list?
     
  3. philionaire

    philionaire Regular Member

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    Have a look in his location, go to he web address, and im sure you'll find it ;)
     
  4. wowhaxor

    wowhaxor Executive VIP Premium Member

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    Yup

    And sorry for the way it turned out with after i used the code tags, looked a bit better in my mailing. Basically there is the link followed by instructions for how to properly place to to insure it sticks, so you may need to scroll a bit to read all of that.
     
  5. mikkicris

    mikkicris Newbie

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    Huge list u have here.... Ive been spending my time looking for sites which I could use in my link building task and I love this list...
     
  6. Vicar

    Vicar Newbie

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    signing for your mailing list.

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    DONE :)
     
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  7. imrichman

    imrichman Newbie

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    yeahm these are what I want, edus :D
     
  8. rianova

    rianova Registered Member

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    Thanks dude....if any more other .edu site please share. really I need it?
     
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    Just signed up for your mailing list. Looking forward to next month!
     
  10. wowhaxor

    wowhaxor Executive VIP Premium Member

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    Glad you all enjoyed them :)
     
  11. sandhuharv

    sandhuharv Newbie

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    Cheers for the links. Signed upto your mailing list also!

    Is it actually proven that .edu links weigh more than other links?
     
  12. vickygarg

    vickygarg Power Member

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    i had signed up before but still did not get any :( but still thanks for these :)
     
  13. wowhaxor

    wowhaxor Executive VIP Premium Member

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    My mailing list only inboxes at like 75% so check your spam folder every couple of days, sorry about that.

    Its not proven but the fact of the matter is that .EDU and .GOV links are much harder to come by and are equal if nothing else. And beyond that universities and government sites are far more respectable and generally higher authority sites than the vast majority of .coms.

    As an example which sites has more backlinks to it and more weight in the world:

    Whitehouse.gov or Harvard.edu

    or

    MyDogPrincessPics.blogspot.com

    :)
     
  14. ytrekk

    ytrekk Newbie

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    The first link can be better used than is hinted to in the description. BBCode is allowed for use in your signature, and it's dew follow, so give it a go with your keyword.
     
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  15. wowhaxor

    wowhaxor Executive VIP Premium Member

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    This is true, however, from personal experience if you want the link to stick for longer than a few days you'll follow the exact instructions. Profile links stick forever really, sig and spamming links in forums get you banned after a couple of weeks in most .EDU and .GOV forums.

    To each his own though, you will get away with it here and there :)
     
  16. insomniacl

    insomniacl Newbie

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    What else do you send in your newsletter?
     
  17. wowhaxor

    wowhaxor Executive VIP Premium Member

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    Sorry didn't see this earlier.

    That's about it for freebies, I do discounts for tools (mine and other people's) and also put some write ups there a week or so before they're on my blog.

    Basically just use it as a tool to share stuff to a more limited base than posting it for all the public on my blog.
     
  18. digitalstar

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    Thanks for free share of your resources.
     
  19. wowhaxor

    wowhaxor Executive VIP Premium Member

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    You're welcome. I'm working on a lot of things lately so haven't put out any new lists but they really are easy to find if you use the right Google searches. Find footprints for things like small forum platforms and apply the site:.edu or site:.gov search along with the footprint and you'll find a lot of virgin .edu and .gov sites.
     
  20. utkarshpaliwal

    utkarshpaliwal Regular Member

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    Its worth the effort!!!
    Thank you so much!