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What to do with a .edu email?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by shortguy014, Feb 17, 2012.

  1. shortguy014

    shortguy014 Junior Member

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    I have recently received a .edu email address and I was wondering where I could use this to get exclusive backlinks?
     
  2. rebbeca

    rebbeca Regular Member

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    did you also get a .edu personal webspace?
     
  3. hajveli

    hajveli Newbie

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    I have a .edu subdomain, anyone need it?:)
     
  4. Roundhouse

    Roundhouse Regular Member

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    I'll take it!,! :)
     
  5. hajveli

    hajveli Newbie

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    I can't PM you!!!:y:
     
  6. HarrisonHill

    HarrisonHill Regular Member

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    Not sure if it has any advantage for backlinks, but you can use it to receive free amazon prime membership
     
  7. ImAdmirer

    ImAdmirer Newbie

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    Most blog owners are likely to approve your blog comments when you use a .edu email. You may also try running CPA offers in the education niche like student deals etc. and comment on other education/college related blogs. If you use it effectively, you may gain a lot of traffic via blog commenting.
     
  8. shortguy014

    shortguy014 Junior Member

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    Are there not .edu blogs that only take @edu emails that I could build backlinks with? Hmm unfortunately because I live in australia it is a .edu.au.
     
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  9. ImAdmirer

    ImAdmirer Newbie

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    Sorry I didn't get your point, can you be a little bit more clear? You mean to say your comment is not approved when you use .edu.au email on US based education sites?