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How to get .gov forum site from google.

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  1. shamimmm89

    shamimmm89 Newbie

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    Anybody can help me please?
    How can I get high PR .gov forum site from Google. I already know some technique but it is not working like site:.gov etc . Actually I have needed perfect search technique.

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  3. Techxan

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    This is my link getting cheatsheet:


    site:.com inurl:blog "post a comment" "ADD YOUR KEYWORD"-"comments closed" -"you must be logged in"
    site:.org inurl:blog "post a comment""ADD YOUR KEYWORD" -"comments closed" -"you must be logged in"
    site:.edu inurl:blog "post a comment" "ADD YOUR KEYWORD"-"comments closed" -"you must be logged in"
    site:.gov inurl:blog "post a comment" "ADD YOUR KEYWORD"-"comments closed" -"you must be logged in"
    site:.com "powered by expressionengine" "ADD YOUR KEYWORD"
    site:.org "powered by expressionengine" "ADD YOUR KEYWORD"
    site:.edu "powered by expressionengine" "ADD YOUR KEYWORD"
    site:.gov "powered by expressionengine" "ADD YOUR KEYWORD"
    site:.com ?Powered by BlogEngine.NET?site:.edu inurl:blog "post a comment" -"comments closed" -"you must be logged in" "ADD YOUR KEYWORD"
    site:.org ?Powered by BlogEngine.NET?site:.edu inurl:blog "post a comment" -"comments closed" -"you must be logged in" "ADD YOUR KEYWORD"
    site:.edu ?Powered by BlogEngine.NET?site:.edu inurl:blog "post a comment" -"comments closed" -"you must be logged in" "ADD YOUR KEYWORD"
    site:.gov ?Powered by BlogEngine.NET?site:.edu inurl:blog "post a comment" -"

    site:.edu ?your keyword?
    site:.gov ?your keyword? -?you must be logged in? -?comments are closed?
    site:.edu ?no comments? +blogroll -?posting closed? -?you must be logged in? -?comments are closed?
    site:.gov ?no comments? +blogroll -?posting closed? -?you must be logged in? -?comments are closed?
    site:.edu ?powered by expressionengine? ?ADD YOUR KEYWORD?
    site:.gov ?powered by expressionengine? ?ADD YOUR KEYWORD?
    site:.com ?powered by expressionengine? ?ADD YOUR KEYWORD?
    site:.org ?powered by expressionengine? ?ADD YOUR KEYWORD?
    site:.edu ?Powered by BlogEngine.NET?site:.edu inurl:blog ?post a comment? -?comments closed? -?you must be logged in? ?ADD YOUR KEYWORD?
    site:.gov ?Powered by BlogEngine.NET?site:.edu inurl:blog ?post a comment? -?comments closed? -?you must be logged in? ?ADD YOUR KEYWORD?
    site:.com ?Powered by BlogEngine.NET?site:.edu inurl:blog ?post a comment? -?comments closed? -?you must be logged in? ?ADD YOUR KEYWORD?
    site:.org ?Powered by BlogEngine.NET?site:.edu inurl:blog ?post a comment? -?comments closed? -?you must be logged in? ?ADD YOUR KEYWORD?






    inurl:.gov.(country code)/forum or blog

    If you perform a search for small business directory or small business directories and fall shore there still are many similar options. A small touch of creativity will allow you to find the hidden directories. Search for phrases such as:

    small business + resources
    small business + add url
    small business + submit
    small business + submit url
    small business + web sites
    small business + directory
    small business + list

    site: ezinearticles.com "this article has been viewed 1000..100000""article submitted on:* *,2010

    site: articlebase.com "views: 1000..100000"

    site: searchwarp.com "this article has been viewed 1000..100000"


    site:dmoz.org inurl:directories



    site:.edu + keyoword + inur:blog

    This will return all the .edu sites which are related to your keyword & have the word blog in it?s URL.

    Now you can even more accurate results by using queries like,

    site:.edu inurl:blog ?post a comment?

    site:.edu inurl:blog ?post a comment? -?comments closed?

    keyword + site:.edu inurl:blog ?post a comment? -?comments closed? -?you must be logged in?

    You can also go to google blog search & use this search string. This gives better than the best results for sure..

    keyword + site:.edu ?post a comment? -?comments closed? -?you must be logged in?

    Use this method wisely & enjoy some valuable .edu links . Make sure you don?t over do this, Or you may end up getting in the SANDBOX of the BIG G



    ?[make money online]? ?powered by wordpress? ?leave a comment? -?no comments? -?nofollow?
    Forums related to seo:

    Forums.seochat.com

    Seoforums.org

    Forum related to weight loss:

    weight-loss.fitness.com/

    www.weight-loss-forums.com/

    www.caloriesperhour.com/forums/

    Forums related to internet marketing:

    Wickedfire.com

    www.marketingscoop.com/internetmarketingforum/

    internetmarketingforums.net/

    ewealth.com

    dreamteammoney.com
    inurl:wp-signup.php "fill out this one step form and you"



    By searching Google Image Search (or other image searches) for ?U Comment I Follow? (with quotes is more accurate, but without quotes gives more results), we can pull a substantial list of do-follow blogs. By appending your given keyword(like ?seo?), you can get more targeted blogs.
    In addition, searching for ?U Comment? or ?I Follow? separately bring up a lot more results.

    It?s More Accurate Than You Think
    For whatever reason, most of the images Google returns for the above searches are not the images of the ?U Comment, I Follow? project. However if you visit most of the sites listed, they actually DO have the image showing they?re a part of the project, Google just doesn?t return that as the search result. Odd, I know

    Other Variations on the Method
    Alt tags are not the only footprint available for this. It also uses relatively predictable image names.
    You can search for these either using the inurl: command, or searching for the filename itself.

    * ifollowblue.gif, ifollowgreen.gif, ifollowpink.gif, ifollowpurple.gif, ifollowltgreen.gif, ifolloworange.gif, ifollowwhite.gif,
    * ifollowmagenta.gif
    * ifollow.(gif/png/jpg, take your pick)
    * utrackback_ifollow.gif
    * ifollow-red.png
    * inurl:ucomment
    * inurl:ifollow
     
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    dude just Google it & you will get loads of this edu,gov footprint.fine tune them to hit the perfect string,finally scrape using SB or any other scraping software you have at your disposal.