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How To Get .Edu and .Gov Backlinks Easily and Resources

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For a new blogger, it is critical to get traffic for your blog and internet marketing of your blog will help you to get this goal. If you’re new to Internet Marketing, then maybe you thought that once you’d built your website, visitors would automatically come. Yeah, I thought that too. But it is not an easy task. To get traffic the best step is to get the Backlinks for your website or blog.

Well, a backlink is simply a link directly to your website, blog or any online presence that you may have. For the purpose of this guide, we’ll presume you have a website and concentrate on that.

.Edu and .Gov BacklinksA backlink could also be termed a hypertext link. Often, you’ll visit websites with a text link that says something like,
Click Here
and this blue, underlined text is a hyperlink.
If you can get backlinks from .edu or .gov sites, you’ll benefit immensely in your SEO (Search Engine Optimization) campaigns, because Google respects these sites a lot and links originating from these sites are considered to be of the highest order.

Here’s how to do a search on Google to find .edu and .gov blogs to comment on for high-quality backlinks. Your search input should read as seen in blue below because in this way Google will bring up the sites where comments aren’t closed. Of course, you should substitute “KEYWORDS” for your real keywords:

site:.edu inurl:blog comment WordPress
site:.gov inurl:blog comment WordPress

Another way to search for .edu and .gov sites would be the following:

blog site:.gov blog site:.edu
suggest url site:.gov suggest url site:.edu
add url site:.gov add url site:.edu

Be niche specific; if your site’s about WordPress, try searching for –

WordPress blog site:.edu

Any webmaster would like .edu and .gov backlinks, especially since one .edu link is worth about 10 .com links. These backlinks will improve your site’s position in the search engine results in double-quick time.
It must be said, .edu sites are given equal weight as .gov websites, even though .gov backlinks are much harder to get.

Try to getting backlinks from different language sites is helpful, because these websites usually have fewer outbound links, so you get full authority from them.

.Edu and .Gov Backlinks Resources:

Always try to make your comment useful and relevant to post and commenting in dofollow blog pages can get you some fast backlinks. These are the very useful resources to get a backlink, if you know any, please let us know in the comments section below.

  1. JiscDigitalMedia
  2. Scri
  3. eLearning
  4. SheilaMacneill
  5. KnightCenter
  6. UCSB
  7. GamingPSU
  8. Asimong
  9. DavisNY
  10. Title3
  11. Scratch
  12. GuildHall
  13. Falmouth
  14. BuffaloState

Wrap up

Backlink from the no-follow links are countless and not worth because search engines don’t see these links. Take care to post as much as you can on the blogs which have regular links instead. Unfortunately, almost 99% of these blogs has no-follow attribute attached to their own links.

So, it’s going to be very hard to find one with “no-follow” disabled. Good luck with your link development!

Noor Mustafa Raza

I am a WordPress Developer and Designer, author @WPArena. I am providing Free WordPress consultation and can help you to install WordPress in a secure way to small businesses and bloggers.

15 Comments

  1. Noor Mustafa Raza

    I am familiar with the ‘site:’ command on Google, but looking at the examples you are using, its not clear to me how exactly I would use them. I tried using the command to locate Florida Boating .edu blogs, but it returned a bunch of really old irrelevant blogs. I assum I must be doing some thing wrong. How would you structure the search string for this query?

    • Noor Mustafa Raza
      Editorial Staff Reply

      Hi Ben,
      Thanks for the question. You can try the following queries in Google.

      site:.edu inurl:blog Florida Boating comments

      and

      site:.edu inurl:florida boating

      Please let me know if the above queries work. I hope it will.
      Regards,
      Jazib

  2. Noor Mustafa Raza
    anoosh ali Reply

    I tried using the command to locate Florida Boating .edu blogs, but it returned a bunch of really old irrelevant blogs.

  3. Noor Mustafa Raza

    seo Thor
    well i got lot of informative knowledge , and there are lot of things to learn more ,
    my Question :- is there any other way to create back links , more effective than gov and edu
    I have launched my blog http://seothor.blogspot.com

  4. Noor Mustafa Raza
    Ajay chander Reply

    Very useful info. for a blogger like mine . Thanks for sharing wonderful info.

  5. Noor Mustafa Raza

    Thanks for this write up. I have been searching for ways to add edu and gov backlinks. The site string and url string thing has been enourmously helpful. As has putting comments in the search query. Thanks again!

  6. Noor Mustafa Raza
    Peter Junior Reply

    This one with some doubts, now I am a little more clear. Very Informative thanks for sharing.

  7. Noor Mustafa Raza
    Bayoran Teknik Reply

    why do you have to have a backlink? is there a miximum to find backlinks in a day?

  8. Noor Mustafa Raza

    Wow, this post is really cool. .Edu and .Gov links are just one way to an increase in your site’s rank and credibility. Like you said, it’s not easy. I will try out your tips and hope to get something positive. Thanks

  9. Noor Mustafa Raza

    Hello,

    Thanks for your helpful post, this post is very useful for me, I look for comments like blog lists and I’m happy when I see your site post.

    Thank you so much for your post.

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