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The only solution is you need to find out such links which gives link juice and are do follow.
One way to find out such links is
- define your targeted keywords
- Search in google for those keywords one by one
- write down top website urls
- search top websites link (backlinkwatch.com)
- place your link there

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Hi, Teambuilding. I think I understand whta you mean about the footprints. You should be creating a search query string for these sites.
So you need to use the fist part site: the second part of the query is inurl: to give you the option to find that part of the site which when put together looks like this - site:.gov inurl:forum or site:.edu inurl:blog Mix them around and try using other keywords such as wordpress, phpbulletin for the inurl part. When looking for comments use the * after the site:.gov*whatever (replace the whatever with a word or words on the subject you're searching for. I have quite a few of these backlinks but as my site is quite new it's hard to guage the impact yet.

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they it s good foe your site but be careful mate because most them are spammy site and the worst the links there ar all about viagra and other spammy things

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Phoenix... Do you know what these gTLDs mean? They are for Goverment sites and Educational sites. Not just anyone can have these as their top level domain. They are highly respected organisations, that is why their backlinks are so well sought after. I am a webhost and as such I would need you to fill out forms as long as your arm before I could allow one to be issued.
Anyone else who 'knows' what they are doing could also look out for .at and .pro as quality backlinks. The .at is for academic and usually revolves around developers whilst the .pro is for highly regarded professionals such as lawyers engineering etc. Again both of these mean filling out lengthy forms and providing the correct I.D before they can be issued. Viagra indeed?!!!

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One way to find out such links is
- define your targeted keywords
- Search in google for those keywords one by one
- write down top website urls
- search top websites link (backlinkwatch.com)
- place your link there

Lol, you make getting a backlink from .gov and .edu sites so easy - in reality they are some of the hardest links to get. You need to be providing some serious quality and relevant content to get a link from such a site.

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Use this command in Google i think it's new for you

Open the Google and search for site:*.edu or site:*.gov

your can also find particular source with this command like site:*.edu + yourkeyword.

I hope you will find here a huge source.

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