How to Find High PR .edu and .gov Blogs at Warp Speed for FREE

Today im going to be revealing to you my secret method for finding high pr .edu and .gov blogs at warp speed for you
to comment on and to build powerful back links to your website and its all FREE (and you dont
need any software either)

WHY HAVE I DECIDED TO DO GO BACK TO DOING THINGS MANUALLY?

well just a few weeks ago i was doing things manually and i was getting peed off with constantly going through google, doing lots of searches and trying to find .edu and.gov blogs to comment on. Around the same time some new software was released (which im not going to name) and it looked and sounded very good so i bought it as i thought it would make my life easier for finding high pr .edu and .gov blogs.

To cut a long story short…it was crap, it was still in beta and it just kept returning blogs which either didnt allow comments or if they did, the last comment was like 6+ months ago which tells me you have an almost zero chance of getting a comment approved

Its supposed to be getting some major improvements done to it… but to be honest i dont really care as i now have a better way of finding blogs which you will find out shortly exactly how i do it :) and of course its FREE

WHY AM I GIVING THIS INFORMATION AWAY FOR FREE?

well the short answer is i like to provide lots of value on my blog and as i know a lot of other people are in the same situation as i was regarding finding .edu and .gov blogs to build back links on without spending hours and hours or searching, because the way i now do it is soooo quick!!

IF IM GIVING THIS INFO AWAY FOR FREE WONT I JUST MAKE MORE COMPETITION FOR MYSELF?

no not all because you find the blogs in such a way that it wont ever get saturated so competition is never a problem with this method

HOW EFFECTIVE ARE .edu and .gov BACK LINKS?

when it comes to link building its a good move to have plenty of link diversity, that meaning you dont just want links from say social bookmarking, or just from articles. So building .edu and .gov back links is a good move. BUT… not only because there blog comments but because they are “TRUSTED BLOGS” ie edu – education and gov – government blog of some kind and if you can get some decent pr on the blogs that you comment on as well, then they are going to send some awesome link juice to your website which will in turn help your site to rank higher for your chosen keywords that your targeting

ARE ALL THE BLOGS YOU FIND HIGH PR?

in a nutshell no they are not. does this matter? no of course not. now im not saying be happy with blogs that you find which are a pr 1 but at the same time dont only think that you need pr5, 6, and 7`s to make it a good back link. All of the links that you find CAN range from N/A to a PR 9

ive yet to find any higher blogs than a pr 6 yet… but i have only been using this technique for about a week, im sure i will find one soon :)

remember though its not a good move to only comment on high pr blogs, because it will look a lot more natural with google if you have blogs with pr both high and low

DO YOU THINK MANY OTHER PEOPLE DO THE SAME AS YOU PAUL FOR FINDING THESE BLOGS?

well i cant say for certain, but theres probably some guys out there keeping quiet doing what im doing. But part of the way i do it, is with a twist which i will explain in the video

so are you ready to find out how i do it?

heres the video, enjoy!

PS: please leave any comments and feedback below, much appreciated

paul

FREE Video – How to find .edu and .gov blogs for FREE super fast

BONUS LINKS

Here are some edu and gov blogs to get you going. They dont have very high pr, but that doesnt matter because all you want to is use the comment section to start reverse engineering other peoples work

Theres lots of links to choose from so just follow the video as i show you and i guarantee you will be finding lots of great edu and gov blogs super fast! I havent done anything with these blogs and i wont be but ive taken a look at them and theres some great links to reverse engineer

http ://blogs.umass.edu/cssr/2010/04/18/popsnson-ncaa-tournament-trip/
http ://blog.ecu.edu/sites/rcls2000f2010/blog/2010/10/05/volunteer-experience/
http ://blogs.lvc.edu/heather/post/5e280a64e280a63e280a62e280a61e280a6Liftoff!.aspx
http ://blogs.wagner.edu/2010/07/14/parents-of-the-class-of-2014/
http ://blogs.bgsu.edu/recwell/2008/03/13/check-it-out/
http ://blogs.umass.edu/cssr/2010/02/06/the-nba-in-india/

Enjoy!

Comments

  1. Very good information to find .edu and .gov links without using the BIG G. I think in case of these sites it is not necessary to see PR as they are very credible in the eyes of google.

  2. Paul, in my above comment, the you hit CTRL and F … the “CTRL” bit was auto-removed from the comment as it had angular brackets around it so it looked like code.

  3. Nice video, Paul.

    When searching for .edu links on the page at Yahoo (or any page for that matter), hit and “F” and then type in .edu in the search box – then keep hitting the ‘Next’ button and it will cycle through the list (no need to look for the .edu links manually).

    Saves a lot of time when there are hundreds of links to check.

    George.

  4. Awesome video once again Paul. Trying the technique right now…It’s kinda fun!

  5. Thanks that cleared it up for me.

  6. Thanks for the great tip. I do have a question about doing this… When the blogs ask you not to use a product name or business related name, only a real person’s name, when leaving a comment is that what you do? I notice that most people ignore the request and put keywords for their name anyway.

    • @Tim:

      hi tim

      i know some blogs do ask this but to be honest i rarely see it on most of the blogs that i find. Most of the time the blog owners are more concerned about you just spamming it with non relevant information so as long as you read the blog post and make a worth while contribution to the blog in your comment then you will be fine

      i generally only save thr urls that approve comments straight away (these are the best ones to have a list of)

      paul

  7. Good video paul, very good way to reverse engineer other websites for backlinks.

    Thank you

  8. Excellent video Paul – you really should show the Gurus how to deliver value – it is easy to see why you have become so successful relatively quickly.

    looking forward to seeing more great things from you

    Rach

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