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    • LINK BUILDING- USING SEARCH STRINGTo find .edu sites where we could place a relevant comment use the following searchstring and paste into browser. 1.Site: .edu in URL: blog "post a comment" -"comments closed" -"you must be logged in" "Insert keyword phrase here" 2.Use SEO Quake to determine PR of returned pages - select pages with PR 1 or greater (obviously, the higher PR page the better) 3. Occasionally, it is not possible to comment because of the manner in which the site was found - this is a protection against spam. In these circumstances simply copy the URL and enter this directly into the search bar. 4.Read the post; check its subject matter is DIRECTLY relevant to the niche or subject we are promoting. Post a relevant comment. Use a name to post with. Don’t re-use the blog for comments promoting a specific domain more than 3 times in stotal and no more often than one every 4 months - the domain will get flagged as spam otherwise and comments will be disallowed. 5.Go to Pingomatic .com and ping the URL of the blog page where you have placed your commentNOTE: To find such blogs and sites in a specific geography, modify the extensionparametere.g. site:.edu is valid internationally but site:.ac.uk will provide university sites, and asearch for site:.edu.au will return the local .edu file extention for that geographySimilarly, .gov.uk will find only UK based .gov sitesFINDING HIGH AUTHORITY SITES FOR BACKLINKS 6. High quality backlinks are the most effective and the ones which provide the highest SEO authority to your sites. And also, diversity is vital in SEO, so the more backlinks you can get from different sites the better it will be for SEO – so we really need to be aiming for one link per domain as far as we can; contextual backlinks as part of content have more SEO weight. QUESTION: So how can we find sites where we can place such links? site:.edu “acne scar treatment
    • This search string is great to find (for example) edu sites where marketers have already published articles and that should also mean that you’ll be able to create an account and post articles there. *DO REMEMBER TO RECORD SUCH SITES WHEN YOU FIND THEM* 7. Do you get the idea? There is no limit here. You just get a keyword which relates to a product or treatment or solution or any keyword you can imagine. We can also search for .gov blogs/wikis. Just change .edu for .gov like this: • site:.gov “best weight loss program” • site:.gov “anti aging face cream” • site:.gov ” rheumatoid arthritis treatment” 8. But you can also find a ton of non edu sites with this same technique. Just change .edu for .com or .org or .net • site:.com “best weight loss program” • site:.org “anti aging face cream” • site:.net ” rheumatoid arthritis treatment” 9. Different .edu platforms have different search strings as their standard, and substituting these phrases may find additional potential sites where a link could be built. • site:.edu “Please create an account to get started” • site:.edu/community/register.php?do=register • site:.edu/blogs/register/ • site:.edu “Please create an account to get started” • site:.edu/blogs/members/ • site:.edu “You can also create an account” • site:.edu “create new account” “Recent blog posts”NOTE: Remember that whenever you are searching in Google you must havepatience. With patience we’ll get whatever we want.