As we all know backlinks from .edu sites always adds more value to your SERP rankings. Most Search Engines including Google consider the .edu domains as sites with high quality web content. There are many reasons behind this. The.edu domain is intended for accredited post-secondary educational U.S. institutions and edu remains almost exclusively a top-level domain of the United States. They publish high quality articles with research papers that help the community and students. Usual comment spamming is rare in case of .edu sites and blogs. .EDU Blogs can be very strict when it comes to approving comments.
Getting .edu backlinks for your site or blog is not that difficult. It is better not to buy .edu backlinks from different agencies. By applying some tips and dedicating few hours will help you to get .edu backlinks. Here let us discuss few such tips to find quality .edu sites where you can add backlinks to your site by providing quality feedbacks.
Caution: Please don’t spam! And avoid getting blacklisted
The most important point to remember during your link building exercise is to avoid spamming. Find out the most relevant .edu site or blog post that is relevant to your blog niche and read through the articles. Take time to add your feedback or comments. Your comment should add value to the site or article.
Using Google Search Operators to find .edu sites and domains
Finding the proper .edu domains is very important. There are few Google Search Operators that you can utilize the find .edu sites. Follow the below tips to find them and then add your backlinks by reading the content and providing the quality feedback.
allinurl: is a Google search operator. If you start your query with allinurl:, Google restricts results to those containing all the query terms you specify in the URL. So how do we apply this operator to find out most relevant .edu sites? See the examples below.
This will list down most prominent .edu blogs. As you know many of the older posts will have comments closed. So to filter those out you can use the “-” operator to exclude the terms. For example,
- allinurl:.edu/blog -“comments closed”
This will filter all those .edu blogs where comments are still welcome. You can also try different variations of the above query. The below query will list down the .edu forum sites.
You can add appropriate exclude terms to further filter down the list.
Similarly the site: operator also can be used for this purpose. For example the below query will yield you list of .edu sites.
Add appropriate search exclusion terms will help you to filter down the search results further. The search terms given below will exclude blog entries with comment section closed.
- site:.edu/blog -“comments closed”
Once you identify the right domain with right niche you can add relevant comments to the articles and blog entries. Once the comments are approved, you will get backlinks from these sites and the search engines will give due respect to those.
Use Tools like DropMyLink to automate the above steps
There are certain online tools to list down the list of .edu domains to add backlinks. DropMyLink is one such tool that can be used to try different Google queries to find thousands of potential sites in the search results.
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Comments on “How To Get Free .edu Backlinks from .edu Sites and Blogs?”
thx friend , very helpfull
it's a simple search option, yet, alot of people don't know about this.
You suggest not spamming edu sites but then you are recommending an automated software tool that can drop hundreds if not thousands of spam comments at one time. Please let me know why your tool is different from some of the others. Isn't there a risk from google if you place 1000 links at a time.
This tool will not drop comments automatically. It just displays the relevant google search results
Thanks, I've been looking for that kind of tool for ages.
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Hey Great post, thats what i was searching for for, thanks for share. Cheers…
Very very helpful blog. Thankx man..!
Thank you very much Mr.Binu George. very helpfull
Hi I have been trying lots of different ways of doing this recently. This is what I have been using.
site:.edu +"ugg * says"
I have been using the term ugg as it is far more likely that the blog is auto approve if they have got comments from people promoting ugg boots. I also change it around with other common spammed words.
tnx for this good post
Hey, thanks for sharing, maybe check my link also.
very help to my site
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