Finding .edu blogs with dofollow

by thedog
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How can I find .edu blogs that will let me leave a comment with my url?

I remember seeing some software a while back that let you streamline this process, but alas, I forgot to bookmark it... doh!

So, what's the best, most efficient method to get me some decent backlinks?

Cheers.
#blogs #dofollow #finding
  • Profile picture of the author Marketing Cheetah
    Blog commenting is surely a nice way to build backlinks.

    You are already a War room member : Go there and search for that golden thread with dofollow edu blogs list.

    For others, there are thousands of edu dofollow blog lists available all over the internet: http://www.google.com/#hl=en&xhr=t&q...9f1c34b6958c89
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    • Profile picture of the author gjnr7522
      Originally Posted by jugroo View Post

      Blog commenting is surely a nice way to build backlinks.

      You are already a War room member : Go there and search for that golden thread with dofollow edu blogs list.

      For others, there are thousands of edu dofollow blog lists available all over the internet: Google
      How does one become a War Room member?
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      • Originally Posted by greschke363 View Post

        How does one become a War Room member?
        Go to your user control panel, scroll down, notice a link to "paid subscriptions" at the bottom of the left menu, click, pay war room subscription ($37 one-time fee) and you'll be a war room member instantly.
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        • Profile picture of the author BenJackson
          www . dropmylink.com - doesn't find "dofollow" specifically, but you can tell quick enough with SearchStatus or any other nofollow link checker after visiting the page.

          (spaces in link above)
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    • Profile picture of the author thedog
      Originally Posted by jugroo View Post

      Blog commenting is surely a nice way to build backlinks.

      You are already a War room member : Go there and search for that golden thread with dofollow edu blogs list.

      For others, there are thousands of edu dofollow blog lists available all over the internet: Google
      Thanks, I cant find that warroom thread... tried a few search variations... can you pm me the link if you have it, cheers.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Mayo
    Here is a blog post I made a while back that will answer your question.

    I don't want to post it here in the forum as I have it on my WF Blog.

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

    It covers .edu sites in the example.

    Hope that Helps,
    Have a Great Day!
    Michael
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    • Profile picture of the author jayalaxmi
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      just google you will find tons of blog commenting lists lying for download online free.but it is hard to get .edu links .you will get repeated .edu lists again and again.but if you get any new ones just inform me.bcos i too want it
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      • Since you're asking for software to scrape these kind of sites, the first thing that comes to mind is scrapebox. Pick it up at blackhatworld, I think you can get it for $57 there instead of $97. One-time fee, lots of updates and overall well worth it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rich Struck
    Do you really think they want your spam?
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  • You can use Scrapebox to find .edu blogs with do follow and pass the PR. You just have to do the harvesting, and then do an analysis of the sites you harvested. You can find the PR and follow status...
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    • Profile picture of the author forsalecoza
      Originally Posted by miamipuaintraining View Post

      You can use Scrapebox to find .edu blogs with do follow and pass the PR. You just have to do the harvesting, and then do an analysis of the sites you harvested. You can find the PR and follow status...
      You can, but it's a time consuming process, too. The dofollow detector isn't working 100% either. Still better then visiting any edu site and check it page by page.
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  • Profile picture of the author yunoblog
    Go on Google's Blog Search and type the following in the box: site:.edu "Keyword". This will provide you search results of the latest blogs writing about articles related to your niche. The key here is to write comments with value. You will have to manually check if the links are dofollow or nofollow though.
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    • Profile picture of the author thedog
      Originally Posted by hkactivity.com View Post

      Go on Google's Blog Search and type the following in the box: site:.edu "Keyword". This will provide you search results of the latest blogs writing about articles related to your niche. The key here is to write comments with value. You will have to manually check if the links are dofollow or nofollow though.
      To find out if it's nofollow, do I just search the source code for "nofollow"
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      • Profile picture of the author MarkPereira
        Originally Posted by thedog View Post

        To find out if it's nofollow, do I just search the source code for "nofollow"
        If you are using Firefox, there is a nifty little plugin that shows all nofollow and dofollow links on a page by coloring the nofollow links red and dofollow links blue. Download it here https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/fir...on/nodofollow/
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        • Profile picture of the author thedog
          Originally Posted by MarkPereira View Post

          If you are using Firefox, there is a nifty little plugin that shows all nofollow and dofollow links on a page by coloring the nofollow links red and dofollow links blue. Download it here https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/fir...on/nodofollow/
          Hey Mark, thanks for that... I've installed the plugin, how exactly do you know if the link is follow or nofollow?

          It just seems to highlight all the links purple...
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          • Profile picture of the author MarkPereira
            Originally Posted by thedog View Post

            Hey Mark, thanks for that... I've installed the plugin, how exactly do you know if the link is follow or nofollow?

            It just seems to highlight all the links purple...
            The purple links are all dofollow links and red ones are nofollow links. Check the links on this thread, you will find the username link is red and so it is nofollow.

            I made a screenshot

            As you can see some links are highlighted in blue(dofollow links) and some in red(nofollow links). You can right-click and enable/disable this addon.
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            • Profile picture of the author jayalaxmi
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              finding .edu blogs with do-follow are pain in ass.i could find normal blogs but .edu is big had ache.its better to buy list
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  • Profile picture of the author faceblogger
    And, when finding links, in addition to google use other possible search engines too. you will get more links!
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  • Profile picture of the author faysal969
    I found this technique of searching .edu and .gov sites in this forum and this works really very good. You can also try this method.

    Search in Google using these search strings.

    - “keyword phrase”+inurl:blog site:.edu
    - “keyword phrase”+inurl:blog site:.gov
    - site:.edu inurl:blog “keyword phrase”
    - site:.gov+wp-admin
    - site:.gov+blog
    - site:.gov+comment.php
    - site:.gov+”submit site”
    - site:.gov+”submit your site”
    - site:.gov+”add url”
    - site:.edu inurl:blog “keyword” “comment”
    - site:gov – ”you must be logged in” -”comment closed”
    - site:edu – ”you must be logged in” -”comment closed”


    Hope it will help you.
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