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Bloggers are aware of how hard it is to get a valid backlink from high page rank websites or blogs. It’s a well known fact that the most viable option to increase the backlinks and there by increase the SERPs is to provide valid comments on the blog posts which cater to the same niche. Today, lets learn how to maximise the chances of getting more link juice from high Pagerank sites and that too for free.

We are aware that government owned and maintained websites with .gov TLD get more link juice from search engines.But, why do search engines provide so much importance to the .gov websites even though they are not esthetically designed, sites are sometimes incomplete with blank sections, crappy headlines and content and near to nothing SEO?

The answer is AVAILABILITY. Search engines give more importance to the content on government websites because the information on a gov. website is meant for the people and the information should be available to the people in search of it. This info is indexed by search engines and the keywords are set at high priorities, so that when a user searches using the exact keywords, the results match exactly to what the government is speaking about. The user is made aware of the information shared on a priority basis.

At times, recently this trend is in high wave, government websites have blogs on which professional bloggers employed by the government agencies blog. Their blog posts range from discussing the new reforms taken up by the government or new changes in the present laws and all the things which are looked upon by a government body.

These kind of blogs are mainly indexed by search engines because the blog is directly related to that .gov website under which it is being built. This makes the PR of that particular .gov blog hit the sky.

This is where the bloggers need to concentrate on to post valid comments based in the niche and leave a link in the comment or website section of the comment form. As always, the comment should be relevant, up to the point and precise. Do not beat the dead horse and repeat what’s already in the blog post. Share your version of the blog post and tell the blogger where he had provided a valuable point or where he had faltered.

But, how to find these government blogs which allow us to post comments on them?

Use the following search query in any search engine, personally I prefer and checked extensively on Big G. inurl:blog “post a comment” -”you must be logged in”-”KEYWORD”

I think the search query is quite self explanatory. You are asking the search engines to give you a site which has a TLD of .gov. You are also asking to give government websites which have “blog” in their URL and providing optional sentences which are quite common on blogs like ‘post a comment’ or ‘you must be logged in’ and ‘keyword’.

The keyword might range from ‘anthrax’ to ‘zoo cleaning’. Check these samples: inurl:blog “post a comment” -”you must be logged in”-”travel” inurl:blog “post a comment” -”you must be logged in”-”construction” inurl:blog “post a comment” -”you must be logged in”-”taxes” inurl:blog “post a comment” -”you must be logged in”-”insurance”

Most of the government blogs require you to register before posting a comment. I would suggest to register, which is most probably FREE, and submit valid comments and leave a link to your website or blog.

You can replicate the same method to find educational websites, with a TLD of .EDU

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2 Logo Design on 25th June 2011, 3:26 pm

Logo Des

Your article is really very informative , I like it so much .

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