1000 Search Engine Search Queries for your link building campaign

Google search queries for link buildingHere is a comprehensive list of search engine search queries for beginners and advanced users that can help you find potential link options that will aid in your link building activities. Note most of these search queries relate to finding link options in America, Canada, United Kingdom (UK), India, Australia and New Zealand. When you adjust the keywords, they are also applicable for finding Dutch link options.

Here’s how to find websites with articles related to your business topic:

Keyword + “top 10 resources” / ”top resources”
Keyword + “top 10 sites /” top sites ”
Keyword +“ top 10 websites ”/” top websites ”
Keyword +“ top 10 articles ”/“ top articles ”
Keyword +“ top 10 tools ”/” top tools ”
Keyword +“ top 10 web resources ”/” top web resources ”
Keyword +“ top 10 internet resources ”/” top internet resources ”
Keyword +“ top 10 online resources ”/” top online resources ”
Keyword +” recommended resources “/” suggested resources ”
Keyword +” useful resources “/” interesting resources ”
Keyword + ‘favorite resources”
Keyword + “intitle: resources”
Keyword + “recommended sites” / “suggested sites”
Keyword + “useful sites” / “interesting sites”
Keyword + “favorite sites”
Keyword + “recommended websites” / ”suggested websites”
+ “useful websites” / ”
keyword interesting websites” Keyword + “favorite websites”
Keyword + “recommended articles” / ”suggested articles”
Keyword + “useful articles ”” / ”Interesting articles”
Keyword + “favorite articles”
Keyword + “recommended tools” / ”suggested tools”
Keyword + “useful tools” / ”interesting tools”
Keyword + “favorite tools”
Keyword + “recommended links” / ”suggested links ”
Keyword +” useful links “/” interesting links ”
keyword +” favorite links ”
keyword +” guide ”
Keyword +” news “/” industry news “
Keyword + “magazine” / “industry magazine”
Keyword + “journal” / “industry journal”
Keyword + “research”
Keyword + site: .edu
Keyword + site: .info
Keyword + filetype: doc / docx / xls / ppt / pdf

Find blogs related to your business for creating blog links

Site: en + “Allowed HTML tags: <a>” “keyword”
Keyword + site: wordpress.com
Keyword + site: blogspot.com
Keyword + site: typepad.com
Keyword + site: edublogs.org
Keyword + site: livejournal. com
Keyword + intext: ”powered by wordpress”
Keyword + intext: ”powered by typepad”

For example, you will find blogs that accept sponsored reviews (also called “sponsored” or “paid reviews”).

Keyword + intext: “this is a sponsored post”
Keyword + intext: “this was a sponsored post”
Keyword + intext: “this is a paid post”
Keyword + intext: “this was a paid post”
Keyword + intext: “this is a Sponsored review ”
Keyword + intext:” this was a Sponsored review ”
Keyword + intext:” this is a paid review ”
Keyword + intext:” this was a paid review ”

You will find website with guest blog posting option and thus valuable in content link options.

Keyword + “guest blog”
Keyword + “guest blogger”
Keyword + “guest Column”
Keyword + “guest article”
Keyword + “write for us”
Keyword + “write for me”
Keyword + “become a contributor”
Keyword + “contribute to this site ”
Keyword + inurl: category / guest

How to find international Chamber of Commerce sites:

In America (www.google.com)
<city name> + Chamber of commerce site: <state code> .us
Chamber of commerce site: <state code> .us
<city name> + Chamber of commerce site: .org
<City name> + Chamber of commerce site: .com
In UK (www.google.co.uk)
<City name> + Chamber of Commerce site: .uk
<City name> + Chamber of Commerce site: .com
In Indie (www.google.co.in)
<City name> + Chamber of Commerce site: .in
<City name> + Chamber of Commerce site: .com
In Canada (www.google.ca)
<City name> + Chamber of Commerce site: .ca
<City name> + Chamber of Commerce site: .com
In Australia (www.google.com.au)
<City name> + Chamber of Commerce site:.au
<City name> + Chamber of Commerce site: .com

Search and find non-profit organizations that accept donations and thus often provide a link option to your site on their sponsor page.

In America (www.google.com)
Keyword + site: .org
In UK (www.google.co.uk)
Keyword + site: .org
Keyword + site: .org.uk
In India (www.google.co.in )
Keyword + site: .org
Keyword + site: .org.in
In Canada (www.google.ca)
Keyword + site: .org
In Australia (www.google.com.au)
Keyword + site: .org
Keyword + site : .org.au
Note: Use the following Keywords to find non-profit organizations: “Donate for”, “donate to”, “donate online”, “donate now”, “make donation”, “make charity”, “charity online ”

Here’s how to find pages where you can add your link:

Keyword + “add a site” / “submit site” / “suggest site”
Keyword + “add URL” / “submit URL” / “suggest URL”
Keyword + “add listing” / “submit listing” / “suggest listing”
Keyword + ”Add your business” / ”list your business”
Keyword + intitle: ”directory”
Keyword + inurl: ”directory”

You will find sites of schools and study programs. When offering an internship, the final report is usually published on the site of the training institute. So you can get a valuable link from a .edu site. .edu links are more trusted by Google and therefore rated higher.

In US (www.google.com)
<City Name> + Site: .k12. <state-code> .us
<City Name> + Site: .pvt.k12. <state-code> .us
<City Name> + site: .kid
In UK (www.google.co.uk)
Site: <City name> .sch.uk
In India (www.google.co.in)
<City name> + School
In Canada (www.google. ca)
<City name> + School
In Australia (www.google.com.au)
<City name> + School + site: <state code> .au
<City name> + School
In New Zealand (www.google. co.nz)
<city name> + site: .school.nz

Finds High School and University sites.

In US (www.google.com)
<city name> + site: .cc. <State code> .us
<city name> + site: .tec. <State code> .us
<city name> + College / university + site: .edu
In UK (www.google.co.uk)
<city name> + site: .ac.uk
<city name> + College / university + site: .edu
In Indie (www.google.co. in)
<City name> + site: .ac.in
<City name> + College / university + site: .edu
<City name> + College / university + site: .edu.in
<City name> + site: .res .in
In Canada (www.google.ca)
<City name> + College / university + site: .edu
<City name> + College / university + site: .ca
<City name> + College / university + site: .com
In Australia (www.google.com.au)
<City name> + College / university + site: .edu
<City name> + College / university + site: .edu. <state-code> .au
In New Zeland (www.google.co.nz)
<City name> + College / university + site: .edu
<City name> + College / university + site: .ac.nz

Here’s how to find library sites:

In US (www.google.com)
<city name> + site: .lib. <State code> .us
<city name> + library + site: <state code> .us
<city name> + library + site: .edu
In UK (www.google.co.uk)
<City name> + library + site: .uk
<City name> + library + site: .edu
In India (www.google.co.in)
<Name city> + library + site: .in
<city name> + library + site: .edu
In Canada (www.google.ca)
<city name> + library + site: .ca
<city name> + library + site :. edu
In Australia (www.google.com.au)
<city name> + library + site: <state-code> .au
<city name> + library + site: .edu

Search and find sites of research institutes.

In US (www.google.com)
Research Council + site:. <state-code> .us
Research Council + site: .com
In UK (www.google.co.uk)
Research Council + site: .uk
Research Council + site: .com
In India (www.google.co.in)
Research Council + site: .in
Research Council + site: .com
In Canada (www.google.ca)
Research Council + site: .ca
Research Council + site: .com
In Australia (www.google.com.au)
Research Council + site: <state-code> .au
Research Council + site: .com

Finds government agency sites.

In US (www.google.com)
Keyword + site: .gov
In UK (www.google.co.uk)
Keyword + site: .gov.uk
In India (www.google.co.in)
Keyword + site :. gov.in
Keyword + site: .nic.in
In Canada (www.google.ca)
Keyword + site: .gov
In Australia (www.google.com.au)
Keyword + site: .gov.au

 

And finally a bonus Google search operator that is not directly related to link building, but is useful to find files in Google such as movies, tracks, images, files:

“parent directory” name of file -xxx -html -php -shtml -opendivx -md5 -md5sums

Consider the latest Google search query as a bonus because you made it to the end of this article 🙂

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