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.edu and .gov Backlinks : ONE Way Links

.edu and .gov Baclinks

Improve your Website traffic and search engine rankings.

.EDU and .GOV backlinks worth 25x a .COM

Search engines value .edu text links and .gov links more so than regular .com, .net and .org links because gov and edu domain extensions are only able to be registered to colleges, universities and governmental agencies. These domain extensions are only given to “accredited” institutions, they are more “trusted” by the search engines. A degree of this “high-level trust” is then passed on to the sites that the university links to, thereby increasing your rankings in the search engine results.

.EDU and .GOV backlinks are the holy grail of all backlinks. Google gives extra emphasis to these backlinks so building just a few can dramatically improve your site’s performance.

Using a couple of Google operators we can exclude those blogs from the results, making the whole process much more efficient.

In Google past the following, just replace “KEYWORD” with your desire keyword

site:.edu inurl:blog “post a comment” -“comments closed” -“you must be logged in” “KEYWORD
OR
site:.gov inurl:blog “post a comment” -“comments closed” -“you must be logged in” “KEYWORD

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Your Questions Answered

What Are .Edu and .GOV Links?
Edu links are dofollow backlinks to your website from a .edu domain (.edu TLD.). According to SEO experts, text links from .edu websites have higher authority than links from commercial websites. Thus, these links will give you more link juice and have more affect on your search engine rankings.

Why Buy .Edu and .GOV Links from us?
We gives you each backlink from a unique .edu and .gov domain. This means that each link we obtain for you will be from a different educational website and worth more.

How Do We Obtain .Edu and .GOV Text Links?
We obtain the educational and government links via various methods. These include direct webmaster communication, writing for educational websites, commenting on articles and blog posts, signing into educational guest books, participating in educational communities, etc.