Best way to get Edu dofollow links?

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What's the best way to get Edu Dofollow links ?

Shall I invest in footprints, trying to find edu wikis, blog comments.. ?

Buy links ?
#dofollow #links
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    • Profile picture of the author zharfan
      Originally Posted by jastinbieber View Post

      blog commenting is the best way to get Edu do follow links?
      i agree with you, you can buy the list or search with google
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  • Don't buy links and also it is very difficult to get edu backlinks and instead of concentrating on edu backlinks build the links from other sites also which are very valuable for SEO like .org and .gov sites.
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  • Profile picture of the author adarsh2k5
    I believe bookmarking and social networks are a big help in getting backlinks. Article directories as well can help boost it up.
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    • Profile picture of the author freelancers
      Contact School people and let them know about the new business you entered in (i.e. if you did and are not trying to get link for someone else). That helps. Everyone wants to show how great their alumni are
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  • Profile picture of the author MikaJanah
    Go to Smuggecko. The site owner has it's own Blog Search Engine. It's quite helpful.
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  • Profile picture of the author peacefullwarrior
    try this site go to fallomi.com signed up and they post some .edu and .gov links there, I hope it helps..Happy link building
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  • Profile picture of the author C Rebecca
    Finding .edu backlinks is, indeed, a tedious task. I have been using ‘Keyword Country’ for finding dofollow .edu websites to get links from.
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  • Profile picture of the author jpboxersox
    Edu Backlinks are the rarest links on the internet which can be costly if done correctly. Also, make sure you get some High Page rank relevant links.
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  • Profile picture of the author sahildd
    get the edu blogs and comments o it you can get the easily backlinks
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  • Profile picture of the author gittar1122
    What if you join some university and get a free blog as a student I will not suggest you to buy .edu backlinks because these links get spammy very quickly and you will notice 1000 of outboundlinks on those pages, and thus page authority will be divided among all outbound links.

    Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author effectivesite
    Originally Posted by lordcage View Post

    What's the best way to get Edu Dofollow links ?

    Shall I invest in footprints, trying to find edu wikis, blog comments.. ?

    Buy links ?
    blog comments are the easiest. Buying links is always a bit scary since you never know how spammy their tactics are.

    Do a google search for

    site:.edu inurl:blog "post a comment" -"you must be logged in" -"comments closed"

    to find edu blogs then check to see if there are any other dofollow comments there.
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    • Profile picture of the author pralbin
      Originally Posted by effectivesite View Post

      blog comments are the easiest. Buying links is always a bit scary since you never know how spammy their tactics are.

      Do a google search for

      site:.edu inurl:blog "post a comment" -"you must be logged in" -"comments closed"

      to find edu blogs then check to see if there are any other dofollow comments there.
      I have done that a few times but I NEVER find Dofollow .edu backlinks! How do you get to them?
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      • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
        Originally Posted by pralbin View Post

        I have done that a few times but I NEVER find Dofollow .edu backlinks! How do you get to them?
        Scrapebox + a LOT of keywords + patience.

        I'm talking 10,000+ keywords. It's all about volume when you're looking for dofollow blogs. And once you've found some, make note of the anchor text / names / etc of other commenters. Chances are they've commented on other blogs that meet your requirements.
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  • Profile picture of the author emrom
    Interested...if edu links are real.
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  • Profile picture of the author patco
    JSProjects gave you the best strategy you can follow in order to get do-follow edu backlinks. These blogs are really hard to find, but just make sure you are ready to spend hours in order to make a good list of .edu blogs and you can use it for other websites later
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    • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
      Originally Posted by patco View Post

      JSProjects gave you the best strategy you can follow in order to get do-follow edu backlinks. These blogs are really hard to find, but just make sure you are ready to spend hours in order to make a good list of .edu blogs and you can use it for other websites later
      Yeah. It's really just about volume. The amount of dofollow blogs is so low that it generally takes a pretty long time to find them manually. Scrapebox + thousands of keywords really helps.

      That, and "following" other commenters. Again, if they've commented on one DoFollow blog chances are they've commented on others.
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      • Profile picture of the author Openxcell Inc
        I think getting the edu dofollow links is very difficult.But I think there are many software tools available for getting Edu dofollow links. Try to find out in the different search engines for that.
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        • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
          Originally Posted by Openxcell Inc View Post

          I think getting the edu dofollow links is very difficult.But I think there are many software tools available for getting Edu dofollow links. Try to find out in the different search engines for that.
          It's really not too hard, especially with Scrapebox. That being said, I don't believe in the .edu hype. Does it have a small benefit? Maybe. But a lot of people treat .edu backlinks as the Holy Grail of backlinks.
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