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How to find some edu backlinks for your site

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by xvoidx, Dec 24, 2008.

  1. xvoidx

    xvoidx Registered Member

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    I don't know if this has been posted here but here is how you can find .edu sites for backlinks that are keyword specific.

    1. Go to
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    g00gle.com
    2 Type in

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    site:.edu inurl:blog ?comment? -?you must be logged in? -?posting closed? -?comment closed? ?keyword?
    Then where it says keyword type in a keyword from the site your promoting. You'll get fewer results but almost all will provide keyword targeted .edu backlinks.

    For instance say you were targeting the keyword tennis. Your search code would look like this.

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    site:.edu inurl:blog ?comment? -?you must be logged in? -?posting closed? -?comment closed? ?tennis?
    If this has been posted here I'm sorry, just testing the waters. If you found it useful great! now go do it. Its only about 10mins of work.
     
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  2. tanya7zhou

    tanya7zhou Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Thanks for sharing this my friend. It has been shared before, but I know, someone will benefit greatly from your post. I personally have been using authority sites to get quality backlinks and have profited from them.
     
  3. tractortom

    tractortom Newbie

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    This has been shared before but thanks anyway.
     
  4. TommyDJr45

    TommyDJr45 Junior Member

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    good share mate
     
  5. shibumila

    shibumila Registered Member

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    Thanks.. I never Knew it!
     
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    millyionnnn Junior Member

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    Thats was a good share i didn't know that either edu's tend to have High PR
     
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    xvoidx-

    Great share! I saw this a while ago but I lost it in a notebook somewhere, so I'm really glad to see this method again! :D

    Many thanks, and happy holidays! :)
     
  8. xvoidx

    xvoidx Registered Member

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    You can also change the ".edu" in the text string to ".gov" for government backlinks.
     
  9. dirtysecret

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    Can you put them BOTH in the text string and have it show both with just one query? If so, no reason not to add com, net, etc is there?
     
  10. Arthas

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    very nice
     
  11. dirtysecret

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    There was a thread very similar to this not too long ago about how to do a similar query for "********" blogs. However, I spent 20 minutes looking for it and couldn't find it. Could someone share how to modify the original poster's query to search for dofollows please?

    I think the thread talking about dofollows had a query that would find forums too, not just blogs (but can't swear by that).