Free .EDU Backlinks for All

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I posted this in War Room Members area but don't know why moderators have not approved my thread. That why i am making it public so every member of Warriorforum can benefit from it.

I believe you have very good idea about how beneficial it can be to have .EDU back link to your website and that also whenever you want and to which ever site you want.

You can easily find .EDU blog sites by using following keyword:

site:.edu inurl:blog "post a comment"

By using above keyword i have personally found hundreds of .EDU blog sites which have pagerank in between 3 to 8. You can easily post comments and generate backlink to you website.

I have personally found hundreds of such .EDU links and i easily get backlink to my website from these website whenever i want.

I would suggest commenting manually not using any software and before posting comment please read the contents of blog post or at-least get the idea of blog post contents and post respective comment so your comment will be approved.
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  • Profile picture of the author patrickgokey
    Thanks for this, I was able to get about 10 new .edu backlinks in a matter of minutes.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    Originally Posted by ajaykt View Post

    I believe you have very good idea about how beneficial it can be to have .EDU back link to your website
    It's a hugely misunderstood subject, Ajay.

    The fact that a backlink is on a page of a site which has a .edu domain-name extension does not in itself increase its value at all.

    The reality is explained here (and in about 100 other threads): http://www.warriorforum.com/adsense-...ml#post5310746

    Originally Posted by ajaykt View Post

    i have personally found hundreds of .EDU blog sites which have pagerank in between 3 to 8.
    Again, Ajay, this isn't quite right, I'm afraid.

    Websites don't "have page ranks": only pages have page ranks.

    When you say "sites which have PR of 3 - 8" what you're actually referring to is sites whose own home pages have PR of 3 - 8. But that isn't much use to you if your backlink isn't on their own home page. What you're implying is like believing that people who submit articles with backlinks to Ezine Articles (whose own home page is PR-6) are getting PR-6 backlinks out of it: it just isn't true at all - they're getting worthless PR-0 backlinks, and that's also true on most of the sites you're discussing.

    There are so many misunderstandings about this subject ...

    Originally Posted by ajaykt View Post

    I posted this in War Room Members area but don't know why moderators have not approved my thread.
    I may be completely wrong, but I won't be astonished, myself, if they're not all that keen on it here, either ...
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    • Profile picture of the author dotgirish
      Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

      It's a hugely misunderstood subject, Ajay.

      The fact that a backlink is on a page of a site which has a .edu domain-name extension does not in itself increase its value at all.

      The reality is explained here (and in about 100 other threads): http://www.warriorforum.com/adsense-...ml#post5310746



      Again, Ajay, this isn't quite right, I'm afraid.

      Websites don't "have page ranks": only pages have page ranks.

      When you say "sites which have PR of 3 - 8" what you're actually referring to is sites whose own home pages have PR of 3 - 8. But that isn't much use to you if your backlink isn't on their own home page. What you're implying is like believing that people who submit articles with backlinks to Ezine Articles (whose own home page is PR-6) are getting PR-6 backlinks out of it: it just isn't true at all - they're getting worthless PR-0 backlinks, and that's also true on most of the sites you're discussing.

      There are so many misunderstandings about this subject ...



      I may be completely wrong, but I won't be astonished, myself, if they're not all that keen on it here, either ...

      this explains why its not approved in WAR room ..
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  • Profile picture of the author Andyhenry
    Yes - Alexa is right.

    These links are pretty much useless most of the time for the reasons already stated.

    The most obvious reason why your post in the War Room may have been deleted is that this has been said many many times before and the War Room is supposed to be for special things. I'm sure they want to keep it special and don't just want the same stuff that's posted in the main forum all the time being repeated in there.
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    • Profile picture of the author robbeh
      I was going to say, I am no war room member (maybe in the near future!) but when I first read this I though..."ok, so that was like day two of marketing 101"...."5 years ago".

      Alexa pretty much summed it up. I definitely don't agree with her on the absoluter zero value of a PR-0 but for the most part she's spot on.

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      • Originally Posted by robbeh View Post

        Alexa pretty much summed it up. I definitely don't agree with her on the absoluter zero value of a PR-0 but for the most part she's spot on.
        You're right, even a PR 0 has some value.

        I'm old-fashioned when it comes to links. I worry not about PR but about relevance. That's probably considered "so 5 years ago" too but it must be effective, seeing as I own two authority sites, one of which ranks #1 or #2 for all its keywords.

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        • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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          Originally Posted by fluffythewondercat View Post

          I worry not about PR but about relevance. That's probably considered "so 5 years ago" too
          I think it's more like 5 months ago and 5 weeks ago, myself. But I wasn't online 5 years ago ...

          I gave up caring about page ranks when Google did. I was hoping that Panda 3.3 might even formally abolish them and abandon the residual pretense. But possibly not this time.

          People interested in verifying it for themselves, rather than lapping up what backlink sellers say, can see for themselves, from the regularity with which lower-PR pages with fewer backlinks are outranking higher-PR pages with more backlinks, in Google's SERP's, that page ranks mean very little indeed, these days.

          The aspects of backlinks that determine rankings are relevance and quality.

          And Google does say that that's part of a continuing trend of development, fortunately.

          http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...ml#post5084315

          http://www.warriorforum.com/adsense-...ll-matter.html
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          • Profile picture of the author MySpaceLyrics
            Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

            I think it's more like 5 months ago and 5 weeks ago, myself. But I wasn't online 5 years ago ...

            I gave up caring about page ranks when Google did. I was hoping that Panda 3.3 might even formally abolish them and abandon the residual pretense. But possibly not this time.

            People interested in verifying it for themselves, rather than lapping up what backlink sellers say, can see for themselves, from the regularity with which lower-PR pages with fewer backlinks are outranking higher-PR pages with more backlinks, in Google's SERP's, that page ranks mean very little indeed, these days.

            The aspects of backlinks that determine rankings are relevance and quality.

            And Google does say that that's part of a continuing trend of development, fortunately.

            http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...ml#post5084315

            http://www.warriorforum.com/adsense-...ll-matter.html
            That's very interesting indeed. I am still new and I thought that .edu and .gov had some value (assuming of course that there were not like 1000 comments on the page, but only a few).
            Would a string like:
            site:.edu inurl:blog "post a comment" "keyword" be more relevant (again assuming that the page is not spammed) or does the .edu part become useless anyway?
            That's very interesting because that would mean if you make your own website (on wordpress.com for example) and put relevant content, with the anchor text you want, the link would have more value than if you put it in a less relevant comment on a .edu website?
            I would love to know more about that.
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          • I gave up caring about page ranks when Google did. I was hoping that Panda 3.3 might even formally abolish them and abandon the residual pretense.

            Not with Larry Page as CEO, I'd guess.

            The aspects of backlinks that determine rankings are relevance and quality.

            I couldn't agree more.

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  • Profile picture of the author talashme
    I agree to Alexa partially.
    But still this is helpful to find edu backlinks easily in any case.

    Thanks ajaykt
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  • Profile picture of the author ronnyroll
    Yes, back links are important if they come from high PR pages, not website
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  • Profile picture of the author weheartcontent
    These edu backlinks would have already been spammed to death. Haha.
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    • Profile picture of the author Andyhenry
      Originally Posted by weheartcontent View Post

      These edu backlinks would have already been spammed to death. Haha.
      The real point is - .EDU links have no special value because of their domain extension.

      Therefore - they're just places to get spam links from commenting - the same as the other many millions of places that run blogs, wikis etc.....

      .EDU is worth nothing.
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  • Profile picture of the author ceogod
    Yea everyone's becoming hip to the fact that edu profiles have next to no value. You must OWN your own edu's for it to be worth the effort man.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dawn Wise
    If .edu links were as magical and as powerful that some people believed them to be, then surely by now some "guru" would have started a fake university in order to get a .edu domain. The guru would then sell blog accounts on his precious .edu domain.
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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      Originally Posted by Dawn Wise View Post

      If .edu links were as magical and as powerful that some people believed them to be, then surely by now some "guru" would have started a fake university in order to get a .edu domain. The guru would then sell blog accounts on his precious .edu domain.
      There are some of those from fake colleges, actually ... you can buy such blog accounts on them, if you look around (I've seen them advertised on "Fiverr equivalent sites").

      I don't recommend it at all. :p

      I have a couple of (genuine!) .edu blogs of my own, and their backlinks are worth no more than backlinks from .com, .info or any other sites. However inconvenient it may be for the people selling them, the reality is that the linkjuice value is entirely unrelated to the domain extension of the site per se. Of course, that's not to deny that some ".edu backlinks", if they're on relevant sites of quality, may be excellent backlinks, just like some on .com sites and those with other domain extensions, too.
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      • Profile picture of the author Dawn Wise
        Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

        There are some of those from fake colleges, actually ... you can buy such blog accounts on them, if you look around (I've seen them advertised on "Fiverr equivalent sites").
        OMG, I want to start a fake college. Then I'll sell ".edu backlinks" from my new PR 0 domain. I'm even going to sell degrees from my fake college. I'll sell a PHD in any area of study for just $199.

        I need some pointers from anyone who knows how to start up one of these fake colleges. This is my goal to accomplish by the end of 2012.
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      • Profile picture of the author Richard Van
        Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

        There are some of those from fake colleges, actually ... you can buy such blog accounts on them, if you look around
        Originally posted by Kurt - Actually, I know a serious SEOer or two that did exactly that, although one of them simply went to community college and got a school blog. Others paid students, etc.

        However, this is a technique that's been over-used so the .edu sites complained to Google, so it probably doesn't work any more.
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        • Profile picture of the author Ajay Tiwari
          I am posting it second time someone deleted my last post i guess..

          Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

          It's a hugely misunderstood subject, Ajay.

          The fact that a backlink is on a page of a site which has a .edu domain-name extension does not in itself increase its value at all.
          Well i accept you must have quality and unique contents on your website. And the other thing is Google have eye on everything if there is nothing on those .edu sites why would it give higher pagerank to them. I know many SEO guys have good idea of how to receive a good pagerank but if you have nothing on your website you lose your pagerank in the same period.

          Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

          Again, Ajay, this isn't quite right, I'm afraid.

          Websites don't "have page ranks": only pages have page ranks.

          When you say "sites which have PR of 3 - 8" what you're actually referring to is sites whose own home pages have PR of 3 - 8. But that isn't much use to you if your backlink isn't on their own home page. What you're implying is like believing that people who submit articles with backlinks to Ezine Articles (whose own home page is PR-6) are getting PR-6 backlinks out of it: it just isn't true at all - they're getting worthless PR-0 backlinks, and that's also true on most of the sites you're discussing.

          There are so many misunderstandings about this subject ...
          I know there are lots of misunderstandings and may be you also have some.. A website which receive good pagerank to its homepage also receives good value to its other pages. Why because those other pages are linked with its homepage somehow.

          Let me give you an example lets say Facebook. You are saying pagerank of homepage doesn't affect on other pages right but my profile on facebook shows pagerank 9 does that mean my profile has something which is really important for google no its just because my profile page is linked with homepage of facebook and other links which have quality contents.

          Facebook was a big example lets have a small example of my own website.. i have an article directory, publisharticle.net which has pagerank one if thats for home page then why it shows same pagerank to other pages of my website.

          So websites which have higher pagerank to its any page are best place for getting backlinks and increase your ranking. And i am talking about this with my personal experience not by reading some article.

          Originally Posted by Kurt View Post

          Actually, I know a serious SEOer or two that did exactly that, although one of them simply went to community college and got a school blog. Others paid students, etc.

          However, this is a technique that's been over-used so the .edu sites complained to Google, so it probably doesn't work any more.

          I also doubt .edu links are worth less than other links, so they can still have benefit just like .com. The key is to finding legit places to add links so they "stick".

          The real benefit to using the .edu extension is in research. For example, let's say you're using Scrapebox to research possible pages to comment on.

          If you use a standard "footprint" search, Scrapebox will return only so many pages. By adding more attributes to your searches, Scrapebox can dig a lot more results:

          Site:.edu + dog training
          Site:.gov + dog training
          Site:.com + dog training

          ...will likely return more results than just:

          dog training



          So, by using the .edu in the example above, you may greatly increase your total results Scrapebox will find.

          Now run all the results through the URL PageRank checker (Which checks the actual PageRank of the page, not root domain) and MANUALLY look for places to find good links, focusing on the pages that give the most link juice as well as adding something good and relevant so your links stick.

          No need to spam here...Instead try to find a few juicy pages for your links, then add content that will make your links stick.

          While .edu probably doesn't carry any extra weight in today's SEO world, it does allow for those that do research an opportunity to be more efficient when they do link research.
          Thanks Kurt i was going to share that as well i agree with whatever you said.. yes this technique is over used but still its really helpful you can find links for any keyword and any extension as Kurt suggested. Why i mentioned just .edu because i saw most of the peoples at warriorforum are running behind that and investing money for that which they can get free by doing little research.
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        • I've told this story before but it bears repeating.

          I did a review of a PR 5 blog. I checked its inbound links: exactly 4.

          How do you get a PR 5 when your blog has only four links?

          Turns out three of those links were from a departmental page on cmu.edu. The blogger was a Carnegie Mellon alumnus and still had ties there, so was able to get the links. And there were no other outbound links.

          Remember how PR works: Every outbound link is a "vote" for the page it links to. Since the CMU page was PR 5, so was the blog it linked to.

          Something like this is probably how the ".edu links are magic!" meme got started. But it could have happened with any PR 5 page that only linked to one other site.

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          • Profile picture of the author Andyhenry
            Originally Posted by fluffythewondercat View Post

            Something like this is probably how the ".edu links are magic!" meme got started. But it could have happened with any PR 5 page that only linked to one other site.
            Exactly. This is the point that people don't seem to get when referring to domain extensions.

            If you get a good link from ANY high PR page that only has a few outbound links - they'll probably do you some good. The .edu part is misleading and I believe responsible for a lot of misguided people chasing them.
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            • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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              Originally Posted by Andyhenry View Post

              The .edu part is misleading and I believe responsible for a lot of misguided people chasing them.
              Exactly so.

              But it's like many other things in the field of SEO: as long as there are so many selling services based on it, reinforcing the perception all the time, many people are going to carry on being misguided about it. The voice of reason - as in some other aspects of everyday life - tends easily to be drowned by the voice of commercial interest.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kurt
      Originally Posted by Dawn Wise View Post

      If .edu links were as magical and as powerful that some people believed them to be, then surely by now some "guru" would have started a fake university in order to get a .edu domain. The guru would then sell blog accounts on his precious .edu domain.

      Actually, I know a serious SEOer or two that did exactly that, although one of them simply went to community college and got a school blog. Others paid students, etc.

      However, this is a technique that's been over-used so the .edu sites complained to Google, so it probably doesn't work any more.

      I also doubt .edu links are worth less than other links, so they can still have benefit just like .com. The key is to finding legit places to add links so they "stick".

      The real benefit to using the .edu extension is in research. For example, let's say you're using Scrapebox to research possible pages to comment on.

      If you use a standard "footprint" search, Scrapebox will return only so many pages. By adding more attributes to your searches, Scrapebox can dig a lot more results:

      Site:.edu + dog training
      Site:.gov + dog training
      Site:.com + dog training

      ...will likely return more results than just:

      dog training



      So, by using the .edu in the example above, you may greatly increase your total results Scrapebox will find.

      Now run all the results through the URL PageRank checker (Which checks the actual PageRank of the page, not root domain) and MANUALLY look for places to find good links, focusing on the pages that give the most link juice as well as adding something good and relevant so your links stick.

      No need to spam here...Instead try to find a few juicy pages for your links, then add content that will make your links stick.

      While .edu probably doesn't carry any extra weight in today's SEO world, it does allow for those that do research an opportunity to be more efficient when they do link research.
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      • Profile picture of the author Andyhenry
        Originally Posted by Kurt View Post

        While .edu probably doesn't carry any extra weight in today's SEO world, it does allow for those that do research an opportunity to be more efficient when they do link research.
        Exactly. They're not special, but as with any site, if you find them and they have relevant pages with PR that allow comments/links - of course consider them.
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      • Profile picture of the author georgem78
        I think this is a better way to take advantage of .edu links if any. Also, any new blog post be it .com or .edu takes time to earn a PR. But yes, i won't completely ignore the PR of root domain. It does matter.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeffery
    Content backlinks: In my own experience, backlinks within the content produce the best short and long term results.

    Comment Backlinks: In my own experience, backlinks within the comments have less value compared to Content Backlinks. However, relevant backlinks within the comments have value and when the comments are managed the end result lends more value . On the other hand, too many commentators creating 'irrelevant backlinks' have no value and may even devalue the page.

    Profile Backlinks: In my own experience, backlinks within profiles have less value compared to Content Backlinks and Comment Backlinks. Some say a backlink is a backlink, so there is value. In my own experience, those backlinks are de-indexed pretty fast unless the source site is of high value to the search engines.

    In any case I have determined what works best for me and that is to create a Backlink Plan "before" I create a website. Actually, it is a big part of The Master Plan.

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  • Profile picture of the author sandebdavid
    Thanks for this insight guys, i have been ignorantly amassing edu backlinks. Now more than ever am more en lighted.
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  • Profile picture of the author savvybizbuilder
    Great thread to read! but nothings wrong if I give it a try to build backlinks from commenting to .edu site.
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  • Profile picture of the author jrpventures
    thanks for this. i'm already using it. Great tip.
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  • Profile picture of the author zharfan
    thanks for this
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    • Profile picture of the author tomcat25i
      Blog commenting is something which really help in getting good back links, but it really hard to get a blog of high PR or .edu domain. The next step is making a comment which gets approved. Make sure that your comments are very much relevant and informative else your comment will not be approved.
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  • Profile picture of the author raymol
    Hello, im new here...I want to ask question about .edu site...
    I've been wondering.. is .org site as important as the .edu site? how about site that have domain like .ac.id or .ac.uk
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  • Profile picture of the author lniskasaari
    You can also use this more "advanced" search string:
    site:.edu inurl:blog "post a comment" -"comments closed" -"you must be logged in" "KEYWORD"

    And you can also find BlogEngine edu blogs easily with this:
    inurl:blog site:.edu "Powered by BlogEngine.NET" "keyword"

    -Lauri-
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  • Profile picture of the author marketwarrior06
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    its an old method dude
    but yes this is really useful. i have also used it and got good result.
    thanks for sharing.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark Hoffman
    Just scrape them with scrapebox and you're good to go
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  • Profile picture of the author epathj
    site:.edu inurl:blog "post a comment" + SB
    you could get lots of edu backlinks
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  • Profile picture of the author Matt Broody
    Good thread

    Thank you
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  • Profile picture of the author patco
    Are you sure that the comment pages can have PR3??? I didn't really see any page (NOT the homepage!) has a greater PR than 6... What about 8 :O...
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  • Profile picture of the author speedbird
    Originally Posted by ajaykt View Post

    I posted this in War Room Members area but don't know why moderators have not approved my thread. That why i am making it public so every member of Warriorforum can benefit from it.

    I believe you have very good idea about how beneficial it can be to have .EDU back link to your website and that also whenever you want and to which ever site you want.

    You can easily find .EDU blog sites by using following keyword:

    site:.edu inurl:blog "post a comment"

    By using above keyword i have personally found hundreds of .EDU blog sites which have pagerank in between 3 to 8. You can easily post comments and generate backlink to you website.

    I have personally found hundreds of such .EDU links and i easily get backlink to my website from these website whenever i want.

    I would suggest commenting manually not using any software and before posting comment please read the contents of blog post or at-least get the idea of blog post contents and post respective comment so your comment will be approved.
    Thanks Mate, Let me try it now!
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    Oh jeez, I just realized I pissed away lots of money for a gallon of snake oil.
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  • Profile picture of the author bilal9999
    Thanks for sharing this,,,,,,,,
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  • Thanks for the share. Hopefully it doesn't get spammed with to many OBL
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  • Profile picture of the author eplanellas
    Yippee!! This is great. Thanks so much. EDU links can boost rank like almost nothin else!
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