HOW TO: Find Back-Link Opportunities Inside Google

Google is an amazing place to not only use as a search engine but to find back-links. Google makes it as easy as pie for you to find some sites where you can comment on. You can find sites ranging from .com to .edu ones. It is truly great that Google lets you do this. Lets begin shall we?

First things first make sure you are at Google.com. If you aren’t go there now. Next click on the search bar and insert one of the search terms I am going to provide you below:

    Google Backlinks

  • site:.edu inurl:blog
  • site:.edu inurl:forum
  • site:.gov inurl:blog
  • site:.gov inurl:forum
  • site:.gov inurl:blog “post a comment”
  • intitle:add+url “keyword phrase”
  • intitle:submit+site “keyword phrase”
  • intitle:submit+url “keyword phrase”
  • intitle:add+site “keyword phrase”
  • intitle:add+your+site “keyword phrase”
  • intitle:directory “keyword phrase”
  • intitle:list “keyword phrase”
  • intitle:sites “keyword phrase”

If you look carefully at the codes above each one does something different. Some let you find edu sites, others filter sites to only appear with your predetermined keyword.

Once you have selected a code and edited it with your own keyword phrase click Search.

Go one by one through each of the sites and post a comment on them. Every comment gives you an extra back-link.

Over time this really adds up and your search engine rankings will improve. Its been proven!

Go out and try some of the codes above out. Use Google other than a search engine but a back-link opportunity.

This article is written by Edwin. He is a blogger and tech enthusiast. He blogs at Guide Goods HQ where he posts awesome computer tips for you to read.