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How to find one way High Ranking PR site links in your own niche.

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Posted 20th August 2010 at 08:25 AM by Michael Mayo

I've noticed that some Warriors rely on others to find the High Ranking PR sites.

Here is a way you can find one way High Ranking PR site links in your own niche.

Let's say that you would like to find educational (.edu) sites to place backlinks on.

Here is how I do it. First I'll show you the search query I use and then I'll explain what
each part of it means and why they are needed.

My search query:
site:.edu inurl:blog “post a comment” -”comments closed” -”you must be logged in” "internet marketing"

This is what I would type into the Google search box.

Now what does it all mean?

site:.edu tells G that I only want urls ending with .edu

Inurl:blog tells G that I only want sites that have the word blog included
in the actual site url.

"post a comment" tells G to only return results that have post a
comment in the listing.

-"comments closed" tells G to exclude any results that contain the
phrase comments closed. This weeds out the blogs that no longer allows
comments to be added.

-”you must be logged in” tells G not to include results that require me to
be logged in in order to reply to a post. This is optional. If you don't mind
signing up and logging in prior to posting a comment them you can leave
this out of the query.

"internet marketing" tells G that I only want blogs related to internet
marketing. This can be any subject that you choose. If your niche was
astrology then that is what you would put in the place of internet marketing.

TIP#1: If you use FireFox with the SEO4FireFox add on then you will see
which sites on the results page have high PR ratings. This will help you
narrow down the results to only the sites with high PR ratings.

TIP#2: You can change out the .edu in the query above and replace it
with any .com .org .net ... you choose!

I hope that helps you to find places where you can gain high PR
back links to your sites.

All I ask is that you use this info the right way and Please do not go out
and start spamming these sites with BS posts. Make them a long term link
by posting valuable info, questions and such. Think long term investment.

Hope that helps,
Have a Great Day!
Michael
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    gregoryburrus's Avatar
    This is a great post. Very helpful.and I will use it. Thanks a lot
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    Posted 21st August 2010 at 06:48 AM by gregoryburrus gregoryburrus is offline
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    I got Google Spanked last night for using this exact same method. The very same method I've been using for years and then Google had the audacity to ask if I was a program. It asked for a Captcha and warned me about their TOS..

    I think Google is upset that they are rapidly loosing market share!
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    Posted 2nd October 2010 at 01:43 PM by IMStudentforlife IMStudentforlife is offline
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    Michael Mayo's Avatar
    Hi IMStudentforlife,

    If you do any intensive searches on Google
    repeatedly they will suspect that you are a Bot
    and send you a warning. I've had it happen to me before doing a search with less requirements.

    It's the repetition that triggers the warning.

    Just wait a couple of hours before searching again and you'll be fine. Try not to repeat the search too many times per hour.

    Have a Great Day!
    Michael
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    Posted 2nd October 2010 at 01:52 PM by Michael Mayo Michael Mayo is offline
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    Rough Outline's Avatar
    Michael, this is a brilliant post and great advice, I've been able to easily find authority, high pr backlinks!
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    Posted 13th October 2010 at 11:39 AM by Rough Outline Rough Outline is offline
 


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