Here's a Cool Backlinking Trick

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Aren't we all looking for cool little backlinking tricks that work?

Here's one that will give you good results if done correctly ...

Leave backlinks on different IP addresses - as simple as that. This will help you achieve two things:

a) Create diversity to your whole backlink structuring

b) Give you some high quality link juice

Make sure you're looking for .gov or .edu links from countries like:
  • Vietnam (vn)
  • Russia (ru)
  • China (cn)
  • Philippines (ph)

The reason for this is that their websites are really easy to post on, be it blogs or forums. Leave useful comments and target sites related to tourism, sports, technology, education, etc.

When looking for different IPs, type the following in the search box (an example) -

inurl:gov.vn/forum
inurl:gov.vn/blog
inurl:edu.vn/forum.

That's about it!
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  • Profile picture of the author gittar1122
    Hi Mustafa,

    Thanks for a nice tip. I agree with you that backlinks from .edu.tw or edu.xxx can be easily obtained as compare to .edu/.gov site. Most of such sites are non moderated so its easy to work on them.

    But I am just curious about how many links you obtained by following your method.

    Thanks
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    • Profile picture of the author xohaibx
      Originally Posted by gittar1122 View Post

      Hi Mustafa,

      Thanks for a nice tip. I agree with you that backlinks from .edu.tw or edu.xxx can be easily obtained as compare to .edu/.gov site. Most of such sites are non moderated so its easy to work on them.

      But I am just curious about how many links you obtained by following your method.

      Thanks
      Let's just say that I've been obtaining enough links in addition to my other link building methods. It's a good tactic to add to your daily SEO routine, but like always, you can't rely on just one method
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  • Profile picture of the author invitetheweb
    Good tip Mustafa =)

    I'll definatley be trying this one out today for good measures.
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  • Profile picture of the author xenergy
    nice tips. Thanks mate!
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  • Profile picture of the author kalindu
    Thanks I think its a nice tip
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    • Profile picture of the author Tum
      What do you mean by different IPs for the backlinks ?

      Are you just talking about using these.edu and .gov from different countries ?

      Cause no matter what page you log into, your ip is the same unless you use a proxy ?
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      • Profile picture of the author mojojuju
        Originally Posted by Tum View Post

        What do you mean by different IPs for the backlinks ?
        Judging by the content of his post, I think he means different country-code TLDs.
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      • Profile picture of the author xohaibx
        Originally Posted by Tum View Post

        What do you mean by different IPs for the backlinks ?

        Are you just talking about using these.edu and .gov from different countries ?

        Cause no matter what page you log into, your ip is the same unless you use a proxy ?
        What this method refers to is obtaining backlinks from a variety of different ip addresses, instead of a bunch of different websites on the same block of ip's.

        For example, let's assume that you go ahead and comment on a few blogs: xyz.wordpress.com / abc.wordpress.com / blahblah.wordpress.com - all of these blogs are going to be on the same IP block, since they are all hosted on the same servers. The company obviously doesn't have to use separate blocks of IPs since it's not needed.

        You should aim for blogs like: stevenjim.myowndomain.com / bloggingisgood.com/blog / coolwidgets.com/blog of that are each hosted on separate servers, having totally unique ip addresses.

        So here we're referring to the ip address of the websites you're posting on. This is in no way related to your own computer's IP address that you're accessing the internet from.
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      • Profile picture of the author Spoiledtoo
        Originally Posted by Tum View Post

        What do you mean by different IPs for the backlinks ?

        Are you just talking about using these.edu and .gov from different countries ?

        Cause no matter what page you log into, your ip is the same unless you use a proxy ?

        Tum, I cannot pm you but have sent an email that I think may have ended up in your junk mail. This is regarding "the bot" I purchased it, but did not get a link to download it. Could you send it to me? If you pm me and give me your email address, I will give you mine. I had emailed to xxx@ntlworld.com requesting the link. Thank you in advance.
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  • Profile picture of the author Spoiledtoo
    Originally Posted by Mustafa Khundmiri View Post

    Aren't we all looking for cool little backlinking tricks that work?

    Here's one that will give you good results if done correctly ...

    Leave backlinks on different IP addresses - as simple as that. This will help you achieve two things:

    a) Create diversity to your whole backlink structuring

    b) Give you some high quality link juice


    Make sure you're looking for .gov or .edu links from countries like:
    • Vietnam (vn)
    • Russia (ru)
    • China (cn)
    • Philippines (ph)
    The reason for this is that their websites are really easy to post on, be it blogs or forums. Leave useful comments and target sites related to tourism, sports, technology, education, etc.

    When looking for different IPs, type the following in the search box (an example) -

    inurl:gov.vn/forum
    inurl:gov.vn/blog
    inurl:edu.vn/forum.

    That's about it!

    Thank you very much!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author pube12
    Thanks for the quick tip!
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  • Profile picture of the author AJG
    Thanks for the share
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  • Profile picture of the author LetsGoViral
    Careful with .gov's. Governments don't take kindly to spamming them with viagra.
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    • Profile picture of the author deloriagod
      Originally Posted by LetsGoViral View Post

      Careful with .gov's. Governments don't take kindly to spamming them with viagra.
      Would they be more open to Extenze? :p:p
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  • Profile picture of the author tpw
    Originally Posted by Mustafa Khundmiri View Post

    Aren't we all looking for cool little backlinking tricks that work?

    Here's one that will give you good results if done correctly ...

    Leave backlinks on different IP addresses - as simple as that. This will help you achieve two things:

    a) Create diversity to your whole backlink structuring

    b) Give you some high quality link juice

    Make sure you're looking for .gov or .edu links from countries like:
    • Vietnam (vn)
    • Russia (ru)
    • China (cn)
    • Philippines (ph)

    The reason for this is that their websites are really easy to post on, be it blogs or forums. Leave useful comments and target sites related to tourism, sports, technology, education, etc.

    When looking for different IPs, type the following in the search box (an example) -

    inurl:gov.vn/forum
    inurl:gov.vn/blog
    inurl:edu.vn/forum.

    That's about it!

    If the page where your link resides has no link popularity on it, then it is worthless, even if coming from a different country extension.

    Google likes proven link popularity to pass.

    A PR0 page with no real link popularity is still worthless to you.

    However, the OP is right in the context that if you have links from other countries, that does bode well for Google perceiving that your site has more value to a world audience.
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  • Profile picture of the author Wayne-JJ
    Nice tip there, thanks!
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    • Profile picture of the author NetWorth
      Quick question. I started trying to get edu and gov backlinks buy creating a public profile on a bunch of edu sites. I have only posted on one of the forums because I heard that you don't have to post on the forum to get the link indexed. I created 10 to 15 links about 3 weeks ago now, but none have been indexed. Any suggestions.

      Thanks,
      Aaron
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      • Profile picture of the author xohaibx
        Originally Posted by NetWorth View Post

        Quick question. I started trying to get edu and gov backlinks buy creating a public profile on a bunch of edu sites. I have only posted on one of the forums because I heard that you don't have to post on the forum to get the link indexed. I created 10 to 15 links about 3 weeks ago now, but none have been indexed. Any suggestions.

        Thanks,
        Aaron
        Aaron,

        It depends on what sites you're posting your links on; it'll be difficult to say as to why none have been indexed yet.
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  • Profile picture of the author jeffrey78
    Great tip, thanks Mustafa
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    • Profile picture of the author alchemyquiz
      Thanks for sharing your idea about backlinking.. I will try this..
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  • Profile picture of the author leo.prash
    thanks for sharing mate. yeah i do agree having the .gov sites is preferably good.
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  • Profile picture of the author seosuperstar2014
    Thats works buddy. Thanks for this wonderful tips.
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    • Profile picture of the author Shirlyn
      hi, thank you for sharing a knowledge about how to gather quality backlink from different domain and from different sites. Backlinks are the backbones of any website.
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  • Profile picture of the author rinor81
    Question is, how do you find these blogs to post on that have RU and so on extensions?

    Thanks,
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  • Profile picture of the author va_mom
    I will definitely try this out... and i think this makes sense!
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  • Profile picture of the author achong
    OK I think it is very useful tips. I will try it.Anyone who has good result doing that?
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  • Profile picture of the author socialbookmark
    Thanks a lot for this nice tip bu i want to know is getting backlinks from i.e .edu.tw domains worths as getting backlinks from .edu domains? I doubt.
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    • Profile picture of the author xohaibx
      Originally Posted by socialbookmark View Post

      Thanks a lot for this nice tip but i want to know is getting backlinks from i.e .edu.tw domains worths as getting backlinks from .edu domains? I doubt.
      Not on the same lines, but definitely worth it.
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    • Profile picture of the author gjedda63
      Originally Posted by socialbookmark View Post

      Thanks a lot for this nice tip bu i want to know is getting backlinks from i.e .edu.tw domains worths as getting backlinks from .edu domains? I doubt.
      They sure have great value.I have an edu.pe(peru) blog as link bait and the links from it is my link partners most valuable links (according to yahoo site explorer).
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  • Profile picture of the author dagaul101
    Nice tip, gov domains are always considered well by the search engines
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  • Profile picture of the author Net Assasin
    This works great. OP speaks the truth. Have been doing this for over a year now with awesome success.

    Great post.
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  • Profile picture of the author aisha123
    Thanks for sharing these useful information..........
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  • Profile picture of the author dadamson
    Thanks for the search strings, they will be useful to many people
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  • Profile picture of the author QuinNguyen
    One question:
    Is .gov.vn as valuable as .gov?
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  • Profile picture of the author anwar001
    This looks a neat little trick. But are these links valuable enough in Google's eyes?

    And do you think that just this kind of link building is sufficient for first page rankings for longtail keywords?
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  • Profile picture of the author myagi007
    Thanks for the tip. Great help will try it.
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  • Profile picture of the author mascomasco
    Nice one here.5 to 10 of these backlinks a day won't be bad.
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  • Profile picture of the author valleytech
    Great tip thank you for the share
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  • Profile picture of the author deepender
    hey mustafa thanks for sharing nice post, i will try it soon
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  • Profile picture of the author kea55
    oh this is some great information. I never thought that commenting on all wordpress blogs might not be the best idea after all.
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  • Profile picture of the author SEOExpert104
    Believe it or not, when I started IM, this is actually the first thing I knew
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  • Profile picture of the author mookes
    Originally Posted by Mustafa Khundmiri View Post

    Aren't we all looking for cool little backlinking tricks that work?

    Here's one that will give you good results if done correctly ...

    Leave backlinks on different IP addresses - as simple as that. This will help you achieve two things:

    a) Create diversity to your whole backlink structuring

    b) Give you some high quality link juice

    Make sure you're looking for .gov or .edu links from countries like:
    • Vietnam (vn)
    • Russia (ru)
    • China (cn)
    • Philippines (ph)

    The reason for this is that their websites are really easy to post on, be it blogs or forums. Leave useful comments and target sites related to tourism, sports, technology, education, etc.

    When looking for different IPs, type the following in the search box (an example) -

    inurl:gov.vn/forum
    inurl:gov.vn/blog
    inurl:edu.vn/forum.

    That's about it!
    yess I agree with you, just post some positive comment on that site, and place your mark with gently,its permanently
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    • Profile picture of the author John Marshall
      Awesome idea - I'll try it.

      I like the idea that it'll be easier to get links left from blogs, in particular.

      Kind regards,

      John
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      • Profile picture of the author agbeabiodun
        This is a great idea, i have been experiencing some great changes on my blog after i have implement this little trick in backlinking.
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      • Profile picture of the author agbeabiodun
        Thanks alot for this great idea of yours, because i have stated using the trick to backlink some site already. But i want to know the fastest way to get my blog index on the major search engines. Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author pedobear
    great advice. thanks alot
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  • Profile picture of the author Azlan
    wow... great idea... i am going to try it right now.. thanks for the tips..

    - azlan
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  • Profile picture of the author jesus72knight
    Heyya, chap! I've never thought about this. Might give it a try. Thanks for the tip.
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    • Profile picture of the author gekko2.0
      Nice strategy I will be adding this to my bag of tricks!!
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  • Profile picture of the author xohaibx
    I'm glad this is helping out so many Warriors! Will try to giveaway more such stuff.
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  • Profile picture of the author creativekone
    Thanks for the nice tip, this is a great idea.
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    • Profile picture of the author davan9
      Thanks for the tip! Will try this right away!
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  • Profile picture of the author cyruskafaiwu
    Different ip? How do you expect us to change our ip?
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  • Profile picture of the author ArgusTargus
    hmmm... that was a nice trick.

    but I do hear from an authority that edu/gov don't really have more weight. It's on topic, higher PR ones are still the best. It's just that people have jumped on the bandwagon of believing it is so.
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  • Profile picture of the author mozesteven
    This is cool Mustafa. Thank you so much.

    Kindly Regards,
    Mozesteven
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  • Profile picture of the author CikaPero
    I am just wondering how useful it is to put backlinks on some sites that have low page rank, or Google finds them irrelevant because they produce low-quality information - spam.

    Do backlinks then help you, or in contrary, decrease your page rank?
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  • great tip, especially considering that it's hard to find .gov sites that will allow any link. Hopefully they will in these other countries.
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  • Profile picture of the author RegalWeb
    Hey. Great tips you've got there. But what you mean is having backlinks different country-level domain extensions and not different IP. Unless you use a proxy that is. It's very good to have backlinks in different country-level domains. It can give credibility to your site by being available and accessible to other countries aside from your own.
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  • Profile picture of the author corycrabb
    Yes very good tip Thank you !
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  • Profile picture of the author randypatok
    I will surely try this method. I hope it will work. Thanks Mustafa!
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  • Profile picture of the author pethanks
    They are really cool. Thank you for sharing. This can help a lot.
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    hey. Thanks for your cool idea. I'll check it out.
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  • Profile picture of the author david87
    Thanks for sharing such nice tips with us.These tips ll help us to get more backlinks easily.
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  • Profile picture of the author sbraill
    Great info, thanks
    Sher
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  • Profile picture of the author mrcool2012
    The benefits of spamming .gov forums are not readily visible. I would strongly suggest not doing this. You can do it, it won't make any difference to your rankings in a negative way but also in a positive way it won't make any difference so really not worth it.

    Also while I am on the subject just so newbies (and oldies!) know before they start spending fortunes on links: paid links are not going to improve your rankings, link exchange programs are no good either. If you do any of this STOP right now and see if your rankings go down. You will find that they don't! Google is not stupid!
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