I was recently watching an old video of Matt Cutts in which he was saying that, it’s hard to make Google work without backlinks as a ranking factor, and that means backlinks are still very important for getting a higher position in search results. And the most important of all are, edu backlinks and gov backlinks because these are mostly an authority website and have the highest value of backlinks.
Getting .edu backlinks are not an easy task at all because there is a very small fraction of websites on the internet with education TLD ‘.edu’ and most of them only host the college or schools information, making it impossible to get backlinks for them.
So, what is the solution ?
I have made this “edu backlinks list” that include 25 manually verified .edu blog, on which you can comment with your website URL to get backlinks from there.
edu backlinks list
Find edu backlinks list ?
After you finish commenting on the above list you can surely go ahead and start looking for more blogs for .edu backlinks. You can find more blogs by following the two ways:
1). Using Google
Google is the great search tool and you can find almost everything using it, not the ‘Jesus’ obviously. To find the .edu blogs with comment enabled you will have to use the Google’s advance search syntax like below:
site:.edu inurl:blog “comment”
site:.edu inurl:blog “responses”
You can even include your keywords additionally to make it more targeted.
It also uses Google only, to find the blogs, but makes it little easier by using the advance search syntaxes automatically. You can use it to find even more different types of backlink building possibilities.
Just enter your keyword, select the types of results you want and click the search button and you will be presented with the huge list for you to start on.
In my previous article on CommentLuv blog commenting sites list 2015 I showed you how you can make backlinks using CommentLuv enabled blogs and in the next article I will be showing you how to get backlinks for government websites with .gov TLDs.
So, be sure to check that out and don’t forget to share this post on your social profiles and friends or even on your Tumblr blogs.
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