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An argument can be made that domains that end in .EDU (as opposed to .COM and other variants) provide more powerful backlinks.

If you’re curious about what EDU backlinks can do for you, you’ve come to the right place.

In this post, we’ll explore EDU backlinks in greater detail and show how you can acquire them for your site. We also have actionable tips that can make the whole process easier.

With that said, let’s go ahead and start by explaining what EDU backlinks are in the first place.

What Are EDU Backlinks?

There are different types of domain extensions (also known as Top-Level Domain or TLD).

You have .COM and .NET. Countries also have their own extensions like .AU for Australia and .BE for Belgium.

When we say EDU backlinks, we’re referring to backlinks from domains with an EDU extension.

These are commonly associated with educational institutions, the only form of organization that is allowed to carry this specific extension.

Below is just one example of two domains that have managed to get links from Harvard University.

The links below are links out from this Harvard edu page.

powerful edu links - what are edu links - harvard backlinks

Those who are already familiar with link building would tell you that EDU backlinks are one of the hardest to secure.

Schools and universities have a reputation to uphold so they’re very picky about the links they add on their sites.

Whoever got Harvard to link back has gone through great lengths to make it happen.

So:

What would push someone to fight for EDU backlinks?

There are not a lot of registered EDU domain extensions.

It doesn’t even crack the top ten extensions of 2019.

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Why not focus on other domain extensions instead?

What Are EDU Backlinks?

In a word:

Authority.

That’s what EDU sites bring to the table. And that’s the reason why they pack way more power than other TLDs.

And as bold of a claim that is, we have case studies provin that point, which I will explore later.

As mentioned earlier, you have to be an educational institution to qualify for an EDU domain. You can’t register an EDU domain without undergoing a rigorous vetting process.

It’s an ordeal in of itself.

For starters, Educause is one of the few registrars that allows someone to sign up for an EDU domain.

powerful edu links - why are are important in seo - educause

And unlike other domain registration sites that allow virtually anyone to buy a domain, Educause has requirements that need to be met to even be considered.

You need to be in the list of Nationally Recognized Accrediting Agencies that are accredited by the U.S. Department of Education or the Department for Education in the UK.

That itself is one tough barrier to entry.

But there’s more.

Let’s pretend that you are running an educational institution. Accrediting agencies are quite selective. Some will only acknowledge programs but not the institution itself.

And unfortunately, program accreditation won’t be enough.

Even non-profit organizations that want an EDU domain need 75% of their members to come from colleges and universities to qualify.

Also:

Educause does not entertain non-U.S. institutions.

Needless to say, building an EDU site is not something anyone can set out to do.

That’s the reason why they are valuable in the world of search engine optimization. The information that comes out of EDU sites is trustworthy in the eyes of search engines and everyday users.

SureOak published a number of case studies that show the correlation of EDU links to improved search engine performance.

SureOak’s first client wanted to diversify their backlink profile to improve their off-page SEO efforts. So, they reached out to EDU domains and formed a link building relationship with them. The strategy landed the client 36 EDU backlinks which led to a year on year (YoY) growth comparison of 834.93%.

Using the same tactic, another client got 67 EDU backlinks. From the campaign’s launch in January 2018, organic traffic rose by 420% by September the same year. The client used to have 29,574 visitors per month. Towards the end of the campaign, that number jumped to 153,346.

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So…

Does that mean all EDU backlinks will be great for your site?

Well, not quite.

As hard as the vetting process can be, a few naughty EDU domains do get through.

Take the case of Academia.edu.

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The site lets its users publish academic papers to a global audience. The company managed to raise a total amount of $33.8 million in its last round of financing (2019).

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But the same report indicated that the company has had its fair share of controversy in the past.

This is mainly due to the way Academia monetized its site. Some believe that it’s basically a for-profit venture masquerading as a legitimate educational institution with the help of its EDU domain.

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So consider this a warning:

Not all EDU sites are the same. Some are better than others.

Academia’s model has led SEOs who are desperate for an EDU backlink to abuse the system. And if it continues to operate this way, the site could potentially receive penalties from search engines like Google.

But Academia’s case is an outlier as most EDU sites are legitimate.

How to Get Backlinks From EDU Sites

Now we’re going to explore the most effective ways you can get EDU backlinks.

We’re going to focus on two strategies in particular:

  • Outreach campaign
  • Scholarship campaign

Depending on what kind of site you’re running, you may only be able to run one of the two. So make sure you understand what each one has to offer before you commit.

Choose a strategy that would work best for you and your brand.

Do note that both strategies will require you to reach out to colleges and universities with EDU domains.

This may lead you to wonder:

What’s the success rate of email campaigns that target educational institutions?

Well, if you do it right, you might be surprised by how great the results can be.

Hunter Branch of Mangools sent out 200 emails to universities. He went into it thinking that his conversion rate would be below 1%.

He was thoroughly surprised by the results.

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Of the 200 recipients, 12% replied and gave him high-authority backlinks.

Those are impressive numbers considering the emails that he sent were all impersonal — a move that we just can’t recommend. Imagine what it could have been if more effort was put into composing his outreach emails.

Note: We’ll cover how to create a killer outreach email in a later section so don’t you worry.

Outreach Campaign

A link building strategy is often grounded on email campaigns.

It’s been proven effective in the past and is still a method that’s relied on today.

If you’re new to link building or simply need a refresher, you can refer to our post on white hat link building techniques. Reading that article will give you a better insight into some of the topics that will be discussed later on like broken link building.

But for now, let’s talk about blogger outreach.

The main idea behind blogger outreach is to convince bloggers to let you create a post for them in exchange for a backlink that points to your target page.

Of course, the process is a bit more nuanced than that. You have to make sure that you’re focused on the same niche and that the blog has a high domain authority.

The reason why this works is that it’s a win-win situation for both parties. The blogger is able to publish great content at no cost (some sites, however, will require payment) while you get your backlink in return.

For example, Lance Evans worked with Creative Bloq to create an article about the basics of video post-production. You’ll find a backlink to Graphlink Media—the company Evans works for—at the end of the post.

powerful edu links - how to get backlinks - lance evans

That’s blogger outreach in a nutshell.

An outreach campaign for EDU domains works the same way. Only this time, your sole focus will be on educational institutions.

Here’s what you’ll need to do if you decide to go down this path.

Identify Competitor EDU Backlinks

Your first goal is to look at your competitors and see which ones are getting backlinks from EDU domains. If no direct competitors spring to mind, find sites that are in the same niche as you are.

What you’re doing at this point is finding EDU leads that are open to link building.

There are two ways you can accomplish this. You can either pay for a free SEO tool or use a free version.

Free Version — Small SEO Tools

Small SEO Tools has a backlink checker that you can use at no cost to you.

powerful edu links - identify competitor backlinks - small seo tools homepage

Enter your competitor’s domain in the corresponding field. Make sure you check all the pages on the domain, which is the default option under the Show External Links Point To drop-down menu.

Use reCAPTCHA to verify that you are not a robot and click Get Backlinks to continue.

Small SEO Tools will generate a list of all the sites that have backlinks to your competitor. You can then use this as a reference for finding EDU domains you can work with.

The only downside to using this free backlink finder is that you’ll have to search for domain extensions manually.

One quick workaround is to use CTRL + F (Find) in your browser to look for extensions ending in EDU.

powerful edu links - identify competitor backlinks - small seo tools results

Or you can use a paid version that has built-in features that make the process a whole lot easier.

If you already have an Ahrefs account or are planning on getting one, you can find leads through that instead.

Open the tool and head to Site Explorer. Enter your competitor’s domain and hit Search.

Ahrefs will give you an overview of the domain you entered. Click Referring Domains located on the sidebar.

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Doing so will reveal all the sites that have linked to your competitor. But not only will this list be more thorough than Small SEO Tools, but you can also use the TLD drop-down menu to only show EDU domains.

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After you filter the results, you can export the list as a CSV file for reference later on.

Organize Link Opportunities

Once you have your list, you’ll need to figure out how your competitors managed to secure those links.

You’re going to do some investigating.

What should you be looking for?

The type of content the school published. Basically, look at the source of the backlink and see what type of post it is.

This information will tell you what type of landing page to build.

Your competitor’s backlink would have likely been used in one of four content types:

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  • Blog post — The FAU College of Engineering & Computer Science published a blog post that includes a link to WebsiteSetup.org that features a Favicon Generator.

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The fourth type would be scholarship programs which we will cover later on.

Depending on your competitor, your EDU list can either be long or short.

But no matter the case may be, the best way to stay organized is by creating a spreadsheet that breaks down each EDU site and their motivation.

This way, you’re able to see the type of content they’re after in one glance.

Here’s how we suggest you do it.

Open a spreadsheet and create five columns: the name of the school/university, the URL where you found the backlink, the type of content the competitor published, the anchor text used, and the competitor page it’s linked to.

Here’s what your spreadsheet could look like.

powerful edu links - organize link opportunities - sample spreadsheet

Of course, you can add more details as you see fit. The example above is merely a suggestion.

Writing Your Outreach Email

After you’ve compiled your list of schools to contact, you can proceed with drafting your outreach email.

You will be sending them out to representatives of the school or their students. Why college students? Sometimes students have access to their school’s website. And in some cases, it’s easier to work with them on getting those backlinks.

Your standard link building email templates won’t work in this instance. Educational institutions create pages that provide resources to those who seek them. Therefore, your emails should be all about making their resource pages better.

Note: We’ll be providing you examples of outreach emails. However, we encourage you to create one that’s specific to your situation and not just copy the examples provided.

Let’s look at some of the angles you could use to approach universities and colleges.

Broken Link Building

Your main goal is to find EDU pages with broken links. Basically, these are links that no longer open the pages that they’re supposed to for one reason or another.

Broken links are bad, not only for the site visitors but also for the webmasters. Google does not like it when links stop working. So webmasters are encouraged to fix these issues to they continue performing well in the SERPs.

By pointing out broken links on EDU webmasters, you’re actually doing them a solid favor.

You can send an email and let them know that one of their links is broken. And then, you can subtly hint that they replace the link with one that’s pointing to a relevant page on your site.

And because you’re the one who pointed out the error, webmasters will be more receptive to your suggestions.

Reciprocity is an effective component of digital marketing. You can learn more about it through this video.

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Let’s use an example.

Say you saw this page from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

powerful edu links - organize link opportunities - wisc

You want to get one of your JavaScript resource guide included in the list. But you’re not sure how to go about doing that.

You can find broken links on the page and ask the webmaster to replace it with yours.

Using an online tool or a browser extension, you can find broken links in no time.

  • Method 1: Ahrefs — Go to Site Explorer and enter the URL of the page you want to check. Be sure you use Exact URL unless you’re looking for broken links for the entire domain.

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Next, go to Outgoing Links > Broken Links in the sidebar.

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If there are broken links on the page, Ahrefs will let you know.

powerful edu links - organize link opportunities - ahrefs broken links report

Using the anchor and link information, look it up on the page to see where it is.

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Once installed and launched, it will go over an entire page and point out which links are not working. All you need to do is be on the target page and hit the extension icon to get it running.

powerful edu links - organize link opportunities - check my links results

Note: If the tool does not run the first time around, refresh the page and try again.

Most of the time, the results are accurate but there are misses from time to time. That’s why it’s recommended that you use both methods. In our example, the results from Ahrefs does not match the one from Check My Links.

In this case, you go to the page and confirm which links are bad.

When you have your list of broken links, that’s when you write an outreach email.

Your email should be as personalized as possible. It also helps when the immediate benefit to the recipient is made clear.

Here’s what a typical outreach email looks like:

Subject: One of Your Links Is Broken on [Insert EDU Domain]

Hi [Recipient],

I was reading one of your resource pages and noticed that one of the links is not working.

[Insert the exact URL where the broken link was found]

[Add a screenshot to show where the broken link is within the content]

This may end up disappointing your readers as it did me when I tried using the link. It’s such a shame since the rest of your resource page is actually quite useful and detailed.

I saw a resource page from [your domain] that’s a suitable replacement. I think this may help your readers just as it helped me.

[Insert link to your landing page]

Wish you all the best.

Thanks!

[Your Name]

As you may have noticed, this email pretends that the sender is a different person and not the webmaster of the resource page being suggested.

It’s important that you pretend to be someone else when talking to your leads. Do not claim to be the author of the resource page you’re sharing.

You can pretend to be a concerned student or anyone who is not affiliated with your business. You’re doing this so your email comes off as an organic request.

There are studies that show how people are more likely to trust recommendations from family and friends over brands. That logic extends to outreach emails. If the email comes from a concerned user, EDU webmasters are more receptive to your ideas.

Look:

It’s perfectly understandable if this method could be problematic for someone who is not keen on pretending to be someone else online. However, we say it’s still worth a shot.

Also, do not forget to create an email that’s tailored to the situation. You’re going to have to update the template we used to be more personal.

For example, if one of the broken links is for a D3 line chart, replace the page with a related page that you’ve recently published.

Here’s how that would look:

Subject: Your D3 Link Is Not Working

Hi [Recipient],

I’ve noticed that your D3 resource page has a link that’s no longer working.

[Insert the exact URL where the broken link was found]

[Add a screenshot to show where the broken link is within the content]

I would often visit your page when I need D3 resources so I am bothered by the one link that goes nowhere. I would assume your other readers feel the same way.

Anyway, I’ve since come across this page [link to your resource page] and think it’s a perfect fit as a replacement. Maybe it’s time to update the page so your users can find all the tools they’ll need the next time they stop by.

Wish you all the best.

Thanks!

[Your Name]

The email had been drafted this way so it sounds more personal. It’s also less pushy than a more direct approach.

Page Suggestion

But what if there are no broken links to replace?

What you can do in this case is suggest that your page be added to the resource list.

EDU webmasters are constantly looking to update their pages for their users. They want to have the latest and most useful resources. However, there are times when universities and colleges don’t have enough resources to browse the web for the sole purpose of updating their resource guides.

That’s when you come in.

By suggesting that your resource page be added to their list, you are making their lives that much simpler.

Again, you’ll need to compose an email that’s built for this situation:

Subject: Asking About [EDU site]

Hi [Recipient],

I’m [Your Name] and I just read one of your resource pages for [topic].

[Insert EDU page URL]

I am from [Company Name] and we [Describe your business and its relevance to the topic at hand].

We have this page that [Talk about what your page is about]. Your users might find value in the information we packed in that post.

It might be a good idea to include our link in your resource page.

[Link to your post].

Let me know if there’s anything else I can help with.

Have a great day.

[Your Name]

This time around, you’d want to represent your brand. You want to come off as an expert in your field. This will help sell your resource page as a credible source of information.

Does it work?

Kaiser the Sage has found success in using this approach in his link building campaigns. And he does get webmasters to reply to his requests.

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Best Practices

Here are some of the other things you want to remember when drafting an email outreach pitch:

  • Understand the needs of the EDU domain — Take time to see who they are trying to appeal to and why they’d need your content.
  • Make it personal — Include sentences that imply that you’ve actually read their resource page and know exactly what’s wrong with it (broken link, outdated resources, etc.).
  • Be relevant — In cases where you’re disclosing what brand you represent, show webmasters why they should link back to you. Who do you work for? How long have you need working there? What kind of experience do you have? How can your expertise help their readers?
  • Return the favor — Tell webmasters what you can do for them after they added your link. For example, can you promote their resource page on social media after it’s been updated?

Scholarship Campaign

Now we move to scholarship campaigns.

This is different from outreach emails because this process requires that you set up a scholarship fund. So yes, this method will require you to spend money to work.

But because you are offering something of value, EDU webmasters will be more than happy to entertain your request.

How much you give is entirely up to you. Though the higher it is, the more universities would find you appealing.

You need to go over the terms with your legal team to make sure you’re covered.

And you need to find a way to make your business relevant to your scholarship.

Once you have that settled, you can begin creating a landing page for your scholarship.

You’re going to have to include the following details:

  • The amount of the award
  • The deadline for all the submissions
  • Your qualifications (which includes submission requirements)
  • The number of students to be awarded
  • Downloadable application form with instructions

Here’s one example of a scholarship landing page from HOTH SEO.

powerful edu links - scholarship campaigns - hoth seo

Using Ahrefs, we can find which EDU domains have linked to the scholarship page.

powerful edu links - scholarship campaigns - hoth seo referring domains

HOTH SEO was able to get 18 EDU domains to link back to their site. That’s quite a haul.

powerful edu links - scholarship campaigns - georgetown scholarship page

So clearly, scholarship backlinks are worth the trouble. But if you’re still unconvinced, here are more reasons why you should give it a try:

  • Scholarship backlinks stay up for longer periods of time
  • It makes your brand look even more reputable
  • You can also use it to promote good PR for your business
  • It also works great for local SEO (local businesses working with universities in your community)

It takes time for a scholarship backlink campaign to push through. So you will need to exercise patience.

SureOak released a timeline showing how long these campaigns typically last. In their estimations, it will take about six months for your efforts to come into fruition.

powerful edu links - scholarship campaigns - sure oak timeline

Do note that some link building campaigns take a lot longer than that before you see any real benefit. So all things considered, six months isn’t that bad.

Scholarship Page Creation

The first step is to find EDU pages that link to scholarship pages.

This can be accomplished by using Google and a special operator that specifies what kind of site you want to show up in the SERPs.

Obviously, we only want EDU sites so we’ll use the site:.edu operator during our search. Then you’ll have to enter “scholarships” (in quotes) to enable exact match.

Your search query should look something like this:

powerful edu links - scholarship page creation - google operator

You can replace the word inside the quotes to get different results. We suggest using synonymous terms like “college grants” or “scholarship awards.”

powerful edu links - scholarship page creation - scholarship results

You can also focus on a specific niche that’s related to your brand. From here you’ll be able to find ideas on what type of scholarship page you should create for your website.

If you’re in the gardening industry, try looking for schools that are posting scholarships in that field.

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Before you proceed, you’re going to need to decide:

  • Type — You have to know what type of scholarship you’re offering. Are you looking for a student without financial means? Or are you looking for someone who’s exceptionally good at something?
  • Name — What will you call your scholarship fund? A great name would be something that appeals to your target audience and is easy to remember.
  • Purpose — Why are you giving away a scholarship? Is it strictly for enrollment or is it to help with board and lodging, for example?
  • Who benefits — Is your scholarship for freshmen or are they for seniors? Is it for part-time or full-time students?
  • Funding — How much are you giving away? Where will it come from?

Aside from these, you also need to understand the compliance requirements as set by the Internal Revenue Reserve. Then there are the tax-related concerns that you will need to address.

Scholarship Outreach and Reporting

You have your list of EDU websites to contact and know what kind of scholarship to set up.

Now you’re close to the finish line.

But before we get there, you’ll have to figure out where to send the emails. You know the school but do you know the email addresses of the people you’re supposed to contact?

No?

In this section, we’ll show you how to get those emails.

First, you need a list of EDU websites that have scholarship pages. Earlier we showed you how to look for EDU domains using Google search operators.

But if that did not work out for you, there is another way of doing so using Ahrefs.

Open Site Explorer and enter your competitor’s scholarship page. Be sure to select Exact URL from the drop-down menu.

Let’s use HOTH’s scholarship page as an example.

powerful edu links - scholarship outreach and reporting - ahref site explorer hoth

From the sidebar, select Backlinks.

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Use the filters to remove unwanted results. You can select do-follow under Link Type to exclude no-follow backlinks. You can even select the language.

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But more importantly, enter “.EDU” under Word or Phrase to only show results from EDU domains.

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Note: Select URL of Referring Pages (under Any Target drop-down) so Ahrefs will only look for the term in the domain name.

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You should now have a list of EDU domains to contact.

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After you’ve listed down all the universities in a spreadsheet, you can now start gathering all the contact information you need to proceed.

Open one of the EDU scholarship pages.

Your first action should be to look at the school’s contact page. There’s often a form or email address you could use to get in touch with them.

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But if there are none, you can use an email scraping tool to find them.

Find That Lead is a free Chrome extension that works perfectly for this purpose. All you need to do is install the plugin and activate it while you’re on the target page.

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FTL will then generate a list of emails that you can use to inquire about setting up your scholarship.

Also, do note that most schools will set up an email account specifically for scholarship inquiries like [email protected], [email protected], or [email protected]

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Compile as many as you can so you have more leads to work with.

Then prepare a draft email. Remember to do the following:

  • Introduce yourself and your company
  • Tell them all about your scholarship opportunity
  • Explain the details of your scholarship including the mechanics

Subject: Scholarship for [School] Students

Hi [Recipient],

I’m [Your Name] and I’m working with [Company], a [Description of Company and Products].

We are currently offering a scholarship and would love to offer them to your students.

To apply, a student must meet the following requirements:

  • [Requirement A]
  • [Requirement B]
  • [Requirement C]

[Enter Additional Application Details]

We will choose [Number of Students] who will receive [Scholarship Amount].

Deadline for applications will be on [Deadline].

Please ask your students to send their applications to [Email Address] or get in touch with us at [Other Contact Info].

To help spread the word, we’d appreciate it if you can include this scholarship offer on your scholarship resource page: [EDU Scholarship Page URL]

All the important details can be found on our company’s scholarship page: [URL of Your Scholarship Page]

If you need more information or have questions, feel free to get in touch with me.

Thanks!

[Your Name]

Now:

We know how hard it is to send and manage emails especially if you’re reaching out to a lot of people.

So we suggest that you use a tool like MailShake to make your life easier.

powerful edu links - scholarship outreach and reporting - mailshake homepage

Save all your lead information in a CSV file. Now start a new campaign and upload your spreadsheet.

powerful edu links - scholarship outreach and reporting - mailshake upload csv

Next, you map your CSV columns. In this step, you’re basically assigning a value to every column in your spreadsheet so MailShake understands what each column represents.

powerful edu links - scholarship outreach and reporting - map csv

Once the setup process is complete, you can insert your draft email into MailShake.

What’s cool about it is that you can insert elements to automate the creation of your email. For example, you can insert {{name}} in your email and it will be replaced with the recipient’s name based on the assigned value in your spreadsheet.

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Using MailShake, you can send the same email to a large number of recipients in one go while keeping the details personalized. The more details there are in your spreadsheet, the more personalized your emails can become.

MailShake can also show you the analytics of your campaigns like open rate, reply rate, and more. This will help you assess the quality of your campaign.

Candidate Screening and Selection

FastWeb published a post that explains how scholarships are judged. It’s a great read that includes all you need to know about selecting a student.

In the event that you receive a lot of applicants, you may need to use software that can help manage all the entries.

  • Evalato — A software that collects, manages, and reviews scholarship applications. A panel of experts will review all the submissions.
  • AwardSpring — Works similarly to Evalato. It helps customers create a scholarship review process.
  • FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment — Uses a family’s financial data along with other metrics to identify which students are in need of financial assistance.

Conclusion

EDU backlinks can give you that boost you need to outrank your competition. As explained in this guide, it’s not at all hard to do.

So why not start your EDU backlink campaign today?

Building backlinks from EDU domains may very well be the jumpstart that your site needs.

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3 Comments

Reply Dale Reardon September 25, 2019 at 1:13 pm

Hi,

I thought scholarship link building was punished by Google now?

Is this not correct?

Dale.

Reply Erik September 25, 2019 at 4:34 pm

Very comprehensive and useful guide, although it might be worth considering changing “minutes” to “hours” in the title as most of these outreach campaigns will take more than 60 minutes to complete and I don’t think “hours” is necessarily a turn-off to those who understand the value of quality work.

Great job!

Reply Pazhava October 28, 2019 at 7:09 am

I liked the part that you talked about how we can acquire .edu links from schools and colleges. thank you

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