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mrlace2003

Where To Find .edu Type Of Websites?

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Hello,

 

Does anyone have a list of .edu type websites that would allow me to add a link for either free or paid? Also, a list for .edu type that relate to games would be nice. Thanks.

 

I am looking to add information to a websites that relate to education in the format of games!

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Everybody wants links from .edu websites. They want those links because .edu websites have lots of high quality links and that gives them trust with the search engines. Another great thing about .edu websites is that they are almost always very picky about who they link to - giving those links only to the best and most reliable content. If .edu websites had pages where anybody can add a link for free or for a fee then they would lose a lot of trust with the search engines because those pages would be linking to a lot of unworthy sites.

 

If you want links from .edu websites make resources that are best-on-the-web in your theme and then email the webmasters of relevant pages on some .edu domains and let them know what you have created.

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search for "forum.edu"

 

or

 

Go to the Harvard H2O Playlist, register an account and make a Playlist.

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Did you try searching [your keyword inurl:.edu submit URL] in google? I think that can list out some of such websites.

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Search in seach engine by following keywords

1. Site:*.edu

2.Site:.edu

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