Ever wonder how you can find a nearly unlimited supply of .EDU and .GOV backlinks all by yourself?
There are heaps of people out there selling backlinks trying to make you believe they have some sort of secret sauce for finding those coveted, yet elusive high quality links from government and education sites.
I’m going to give you everything you need to find them yourselves – hundreds of them (possibly thousands) in a matter of seconds.
Go to Google and type in the following (copy and paste):
site:edu inurl:blog "leave a comment" -"comments closed" -"you must be logged in to comment"
It looks like gibberish to the uninformed.. but now you can consider yourself “informed“!
I will explain what each of these parameters mean,
- site:edu – means Google will only display search results from sites with a .edu extension
- inurl:blog – means your results will only show blogs that are located on those .edu domains
- “leave a comment” – means your search results will only show blogs on .edu domains that have comment forms
- -”comments closed” – Note the “-”, that means your search results will NOT display blogs where commenting is closed
- -”you must be logged in to comment” – There’s that “-” again. It means your search results will exclude blogs where you need to be logged in to leave comments.
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