List of Useful Google Dorks 2018

Google dorking is from a slang term that originally was used to refer to someone who is not considered intelligent (a dork) and later came to refer to uncovering security vulnerabilities that are the result of the action of such a person.

Term Explanations:

cache: If you include other words in the query, Google will highlight those words within
the cached document. For instance, [cache:www.google.com web] will show the cached
content with the word “web” highlighted. This functionality is also accessible by
clicking on the “Cached” link on Google’s main results page. The query [cache:] will
show the version of the web page that Google has in its cache. For instance,
[cache:www.google.com] will show Google’s cache of the Google homepage. Note there
can be no space between the “cache:” and the web page url.
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link: The query [link:] will list webpages that have links to the specified webpage.
For instance, [link:www.google.com] will list webpages that have links pointing to the
Google homepage. Note there can be no space between the “link:” and the web page url.
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related: The query [related:] will list web pages that are “similar” to a specified web
page. For instance, [related:www.google.com] will list web pages that are similar to
the Google homepage. Note there can be no space between the “related:” and the web
page url.
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info: The query [info:] will present some information that Google has about that web
page. For instance, [info:www.google.com] will show information about the Google
homepage. Note there can be no space between the “info:” and the web page url.
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define: The query [define:] will provide a definition of the words you enter after it,
gathered from various online sources. The definition will be for the entire phrase
entered (i.e., it will include all the words in the exact order you typed them).
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stocks: If you begin a query with the [stocks:] operator, Google will treat the rest
of the query terms as stock ticker symbols, and will link to a page showing stock
information for those symbols. For instance, [stocks: intc yhoo] will show information
about Intel and Yahoo. (Note you must type the ticker symbols, not the company name.)
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site: If you include [site:] in your query, Google will restrict the results to those
websites in the given domain. For instance, [help site:www.google.com] will find pages
about help within www.google.com. [help site:com] will find pages about help within
.com urls. Note there can be no space between the “site:” and the domain.
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allintitle: If you start a query with [allintitle:], Google will restrict the results
to those with all of the query words in the title. For instance,
[allintitle: google search] will return only documents that have both “google”
and “search” in the title.
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intitle: If you include [intitle:] in your query, Google will restrict the results
to documents containing that word in the title. For instance, [intitle:google search]
will return documents that mention the word “google” in their title, and mention the
word “search” anywhere in the document (title or no). Note there can be no space
between the “intitle:” and the following word. Putting [intitle:] in front of every
word in your query is equivalent to putting [allintitle:] at the front of your
query: [intitle:google intitle:search] is the same as [allintitle: google search].
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allinurl: If you start a query with [allinurl:], Google will restrict the results to
those with all of the query words in the url. For instance, [allinurl: google search]
will return only documents that have both “google” and “search” in the url. Note
that [allinurl:] works on words, not url components. In particular, it ignores
punctuation. Thus, [allinurl: foo/bar] will restrict the results to page with the
words “foo” and “bar” in the url, but won’t require that they be separated by a
slash within that url, that they be adjacent, or that they be in that particular
word order. There is currently no way to enforce these constraints.
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inurl: If you include [inurl:] in your query, Google will restrict the results to
documents containing that word in the url. For instance, [inurl:google search] will
return documents that mention the word “google” in their url, and mention the word
“search” anywhere in the document (url or no). Note there can be no space between
the “inurl:” and the following word. Putting “inurl:” in front of every word in your
query is equivalent to putting “allinurl:” at the front of your query:
[inurl:google inurl:search] is the same as [allinurl: google search].
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Nina Simone intitle:”index.of” “parent directory” “size” “last modified” “description” I Put A Spell On You (mp4|mp3|avi|flac|aac|ape|ogg) -inurl:(jsp|php|html|aspx|htm|cf|shtml|lyrics-realm|mp3-collection) -site:.info
Bill Gates intitle:”index.of” “parent directory” “size” “last modified” “description” Microsoft (pdf|txt|epub|doc|docx) -inurl:(jsp|php|html|aspx|htm|cf|shtml|ebooks|ebook) -site:.info
parent directory /appz/ -xxx -html -htm -php -shtml -opendivx -md5 -md5sums
parent directory DVDRip -xxx -html -htm -php -shtml -opendivx -md5 -md5sums
parent directory Xvid -xxx -html -htm -php -shtml -opendivx -md5 -md5sums
parent directory Gamez -xxx -html -htm -php -shtml -opendivx -md5 -md5sums
parent directory MP3 -xxx -html -htm -php -shtml -opendivx -md5 -md5sums
parent directory Name of Singer or album -xxx -html -htm -php -shtml -opendivx -md5 -md5sums
filetype:config inurl:web.config inurl:ftp
“Windows XP Professional” 94FBR
ext:(doc | pdf | xls | txt | ps | rtf | odt | sxw | psw | ppt | pps | xml) (intext:confidential salary | intext:”budget approved”) inurl:confidential
ext:(doc | pdf | xls | txt | ps | rtf | odt | sxw | psw | ppt | pps | xml) (intext:confidential salary | intext:”budget approved”) inurl:confidential
ext:inc “pwd=” “UID=”
ext:ini intext:env.ini
ext:ini Version=… password
ext:ini Version=4.0.0.4 password
ext:ini eudora.ini
ext:ini intext:env.ini
ext:log “Software: Microsoft Internet Information Services *.*”
ext:log “Software: Microsoft Internet Information
ext:log “Software: Microsoft Internet Information Services *.*”
ext:log \”Software: Microsoft Internet Information Services *.*\”
ext:mdb inurl:*.mdb inurl:fpdb shop.mdb
ext:mdb inurl:*.mdb inurl:fpdb shop.mdb
ext:mdb inurl:*.mdb inurl:fpdb shop.mdb
filetype:SWF SWF
filetype:TXT TXT
filetype:XLS XLS
filetype:asp DBQ=” * Server.MapPath(“*.mdb”)
filetype:asp “Custom Error Message” Category Source
filetype:asp + “[ODBC SQL”
filetype:asp DBQ=” * Server.MapPath(“*.mdb”)
filetype:asp DBQ=\” * Server.MapPath(\”*.mdb\”)
filetype:asp “Custom Error Message” Category Source
filetype:bak createobject sa
filetype:bak inurl:”htaccess|passwd|shadow|htusers”
filetype:bak inurl:\”htaccess|passwd|shadow|htusers\”
filetype:conf inurl:firewall -intitle:cvs
filetype:conf inurl:proftpd. PROFTP FTP server configuration file reveals
filetype:dat “password.dat
filetype:dat \”password.dat\”
filetype:eml eml +intext:”Subject” +intext:”From” +intext:”To”
filetype:eml eml +intext:\”Subject\” +intext:\”From\” +intext:\”To\”
filetype:eml eml +intext:”Subject” +intext:”From” +intext:”To”
filetype:inc dbconn
filetype:inc intext:mysql_connect
filetype:inc mysql_connect OR mysql_pconnect
filetype:log inurl:”password.log”
filetype:log username putty PUTTY SSH client logs can reveal usernames
filetype:log “PHP Parse error” | “PHP Warning” | “PHP Error”
filetype:mdb inurl:users.mdb
filetype:ora ora
filetype:ora tnsnames
filetype:pass pass intext:userid
filetype:pdf “Assessment Report” nessus
filetype:pem intext:private
filetype:properties inurl:db intext:password
filetype:pst inurl:”outlook.pst”
filetype:pst pst -from -to -date
filetype:reg reg +intext:”defaultusername” +intext:”defaultpassword”
filetype:reg reg +intext:\”defaultusername\” +intext:\”defaultpassword\”
filetype:reg reg +intext:â? WINVNC3â?
filetype:reg reg +intext:”defaultusername” +intext:”defaultpassword”
filetype:reg reg HKEY_ Windows Registry exports can reveal
filetype:reg reg HKEY_CURRENT_USER SSHHOSTKEYS
filetype:sql “insert into” (pass|passwd|password)
filetype:sql (“values * MD5” | “values * password” | “values * encrypt”)
filetype:sql (\”passwd values\” | \”password values\” | \”pass values\” )
filetype:sql (\”values * MD\” | \”values * password\” | \”values * encrypt\”)
filetype:sql +”IDENTIFIED BY” -cvs
filetype:sql password
filetype:sql password
filetype:sql “insert into” (pass|passwd|password)
filetype:url +inurl:”ftp://” +inurl:”;@”
filetype:url +inurl:\”ftp://\” +inurl:\”;@\”
filetype:url +inurl:”ftp://” +inurl:”;@”
filetype:xls inurl:”email.xls”
filetype:xls username password email
index of: intext:Gallery in Configuration mode
index.of passlist
index.of perform.ini mIRC IRC ini file can list IRC usernames and
index.of.dcim
index.of.password
intext:” -FrontPage-” ext:pwd inurl:(service | authors | administrators | users)
intext:””BiTBOARD v2.0″ BiTSHiFTERS Bulletin Board”
intext:”# -FrontPage-” ext:pwd inurl:(service | authors | administrators | users) “# -FrontPage-” inurl:service.pwd
intext:”#mysql dump” filetype:sql
intext:”#mysql dump” filetype:sql 21232f297a57a5a743894a0e4a801fc3
intext:”A syntax error has occurred” filetype:ihtml
intext:”ASP.NET_SessionId” “data source=”
intext:”About Mac OS Personal Web Sharing”
intext:”An illegal character has been found in the statement” -“previous message”
intext:”AutoCreate=TRUE password=*”
intext:”Can’t connect to local” intitle:warning
intext:”Certificate Practice Statement” filetype:PDF | DOC
intext:”Certificate Practice Statement” inurl:(PDF | DOC)
intext:”Copyright (c) Tektronix, Inc.” “printer status”
intext:”Copyright © Tektronix, Inc.” “printer status”
intext:”Emergisoft web applications are a part of our”
intext:”Error Diagnostic Information” intitle:”Error Occurred While”
intext:”Error Message : Error loading required libraries.”
intext:”Establishing a secure Integrated Lights Out session with” OR intitle:”Data Frame – Browser not HTTP 1.1 compatible” OR intitle:”HP Integrated Lights-
intext:”Fatal error: Call to undefined function” -reply -the -next
intext:”Fill out the form below completely to change your password and user name. If new username is left blank, your old one will be assumed.” -edu
intext:”Generated by phpSystem”
intext:”Generated by phpSystem”
intext:”Host Vulnerability Summary Report”
intext:”HostingAccelerator” intitle:”login” +”Username” -“news” -demo
intext:”IMail Server Web Messaging” intitle:login
intext:”Incorrect syntax near”
intext:”Index of” /”chat/logs”
intext:”Index of /network” “last modified”
intext:”Index of /” +.htaccess
intext:”Index of /” +passwd
intext:”Index of /” +password.txt
intext:”Index of /admin”
intext:”Index of /backup”
intext:”Index of /mail”
intext:”Index of /password”
intext:”Microsoft (R) Windows * (TM) Version * DrWtsn32 Copyright (C)” ext:log
intext:”Microsoft CRM : Unsupported Browser Version”
intext:”Microsoft ® Windows * ™ Version * DrWtsn32 Copyright ©” ext:log
intext:”Network Host Assessment Report” “Internet Scanner”
intext:”Network Vulnerability Assessment Report”
intext:”Network Vulnerability Assessment Report”
intext:”Network Vulnerability Assessment Report” 本文来自 pc007.com
intext:”SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]Line 1: Incorrect syntax near”
intext:”Thank you for your order” +receipt
intext:”Thank you for your order” +receipt
intext:”Thank you for your purchase” +download
intext:”The following report contains confidential information” vulnerability -search
intext:”phpMyAdmin MySQL-Dump” “INSERT INTO” -“the”
intext:”phpMyAdmin MySQL-Dump” filetype:txt
intext:”phpMyAdmin” “running on” inurl:”main.php”
intextpassword | passcode) intextusername | userid | user) filetype:csv
intextpassword | passcode) intextusername | userid | user) filetype:csv
intitle:”index of” +myd size
intitle:”index of” etc/shadow
intitle:”index of” htpasswd
intitle:”index of” intext:connect.inc
intitle:”index of” intext:globals.inc
intitle:”index of” master.passwd
intitle:”index of” master.passwd 007电脑资讯
intitle:”index of” members OR accounts
intitle:”index of” mysql.conf OR mysql_config
intitle:”index of” passwd
intitle:”index of” people.lst
intitle:”index of” pwd.db
intitle:”index of” spwd
intitle:”index of” user_carts OR user_cart
intitle:”index.of *” admin news.asp configview.asp
intitle:(“TrackerCam Live Video”)|(“TrackerCam Application Login”)|(“Trackercam Remote”) -trackercam.com
intitle:(“TrackerCam Live Video”)|(“TrackerCam Application Login”)|(“Trackercam Remote”) -trackercam.com
inurl:admin inurl:userlist Generic userlist files

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Using special search string to find vulnerable websites:

inurl:php?=id1
inurl:index.php?id=
inurl:trainers.php?id=
inurl:buy.php?category=
inurl:article.php?ID=
inurl:play_old.php?id=
inurl:declaration_more.php?decl_id=
inurl:pageid=
inurl:games.php?id=
inurl:page.php?file=
inurl:newsDetail.php?id=
inurl:gallery.php?id=
inurl:article.php?id=
inurl:show.php?id=
inurl:staff_id=
inurl:newsitem.php?num= andinurl:index.php?id=
inurl:trainers.php?id=
inurl:buy.php?category=
inurl:article.php?ID=
inurl:play_old.php?id=
inurl:declaration_more.php?decl_id=
inurl:pageid=
inurl:games.php?id=
inurl:page.php?file=
inurl:newsDetail.php?id=
inurl:gallery.php?id=
inurl:article.php?id=
inurl:show.php?id=
inurl:staff_id=
inurl:newsitem.php?num=

Happy Dorking! 😀

References:
Google dorks meaning from here
List of Google Dorks  from here

14 Examples of Evergreen Content Formats that Work Wonders

We’re great believers in the importance of evergreen content, and this has been a major factor in this blog’s growth.

Here, I’ve compiled some of the evergreen formats we regularly turn to…

What is evergreen content?

Evergreen content is that which is still interesting and relevant weeks, months or even years after its initial publish date.

It doesn’t date like news can, it can deliver value in terms of traffic, leads, social shares and can occupy valuable search positions for a prolonged period of time.

The best examples are aligned with our audience as well as our paid content and other services.

This is a strategy which has worked well for us and has delivered growth in traffic and revenues over the last five years.

These are some of the formats we use at Econsultancy, and that have worked well for us…

How-to guides

Of course, some of the platforms and tools may date over time, but useful content like this should have a longer shelf life than most posts.

Beginner’s guides

While we obviously have a sophisticated and highly intelligent audience on this blog, everyone has to start somewhere, and we try to pitch content at various levels of experience.

Beginner’s guides provide an entry point and explain new concepts and marketing disciplines to readers.

Incidentally, it’s also a great way to train your writers. If they can explain something to beginners, they have to first understand it for themselves.

Answer questions

Most obviously this means creating content that is genuinely helpful. This could mean educational content, as people often search for answers to specific questions on Google.

Find relevant questions and provide some answers by creating the right kind of articles (and other forms of evergreen content), which may become long-standing and well-ranked reference resources.

You can use Google’s suggested queries for ideas, by prefixing a query about your key topics with ‘how’, ‘why’ or ‘what’.

Make sense of trends

Yes, this can date, but as long as the trend lasts it will be useful content.

When a new product or platform comes out, like the iPhone, or something more recent like Meerkat, marketers want to know the opportunities that it presents.

Become a curator

There are lots of great resources out there, and you can do your readers a real favour by rounding them up into one place.

Transform news stories

This one is a slight curveball, as news dates, but some stories have a longer-term impact than others.

News articles are easily replicated and tend to be very samey (which is why we avoid this), but a news story can provide you with a nice jumping off point.

Figure out how to spin news stories into something more long lasting, more unique and more useful, such as a how-to guide.

Case studies

Case studies are great, as they provide real world examples which help marketers to make a business case for investment in new channels.

Definitions

Digital marketing is full of new terms, acronyms, and plenty of jargon.

People appreciate it if you help them to understand these terms and cut through the jargon.

Lists

We use lists a lot, because they are easy for readers to digest, they help the writer organise their thoughts, and they work well.

Best practice

We’re in the business of highlighting best – and worst – practice.

Our reports offer a comprehensive overview topics, such as checkout or search optimisation.

This blog offers us the chance to dig into the detail, to go niche, and to explore new topics that may ultimately lead to the production of a best practice guide.

Dig into the detail

Broad overview posts have their uses, but getting into the detail, however niche it may seem, can be very useful for readers.

Checklists

Checklists can be a great resource, easy to scan, and helpful to marketers.

Share your secrets

We want to share knowledge from others, so it’s only fair that we reveal a little of that ourselves.

As the Econsultancy blog has grown, we’ve learned a lot on the way about what works, and what doesn’t. We hope this information will be useful to others.

Stats

Stats date, but over a period of months and years, and people are always keen to find data to back up their business cases.

We provide a huge resource with our Internet Stats Compendium, but we also present plenty of stats on the blog.

6 (Almost) Forgotten Platforms To Promote Your Blog Posts

When you think about promoting your blog posts the first thoughts usually go to the big social media platforms: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram. Many bloggers find success through Pinterest. And even LinkedIn has long been on the radar of business bloggers to share their content with their friends and contacts.

Email marketing has been discovered as one of the highest converting traffic sources.

Search engines are still often seen as the holy grail of blog traffic.

And even advertising has found its place into blog and traffic generation, whether it be on social media platforms like Facebook or Instagram or search engines like google

But there are a lot more platforms that can work wonders for your traffic. Some of them are niche platforms, some of them need a fairly good understanding of their processes and best practices, or you will not achieve much but be banned instead.

Still, these platforms can well be the key to unlocking your blog’s growth when you are stuck.

Here are 6 platforms you should consider to promote blog posts.

1. Quora

Quora offers you multiple options to promote blog posts. You can use the publishing option of the platform to syndicate your content – or you can use the central question-and-answer part of Quora to help other people with your answer, promote yourself as a knowledgeable person and mention a blog post in your answer as a more in-depth source of information.

Be careful to not come across over-promoting. Your answer needs to be relevant – then, if the question is popular and your answer gets some upvotes, Quora can be an awesome source for targeted traffic to your post.

2. Bloglovin

Bloglovin is a platform where you don’t follow people, you follow blogs. Bloglovin allows you to organize your favorite blogs and organize them. This way you get informed if a new blog post has been published by one of the blogs you follow. And you can follow all your favorite blogs in one place – and discover new blogs by topic.

Being on Bloglovin and offering a follow option on your blog to build a following on Bloglovin can help you grow traffic – from Bloglovin. Bloglovin is a community and networking and interacting with other bloggers from Bloglovin can help you get more widely known.

3. StumbleUpon

StumbleUpon is a content discovery platform. People virtually stumble across content from the niches they follow. You can build a following on StumbleUpon, which will help you to get the content you share on StumbleUpon in front of a crowd. How large the crowd that stumbles across your content depends on the reactions of people to your content. If they like your content, StumbleUpon will show it to more people.

There are articles on StumbleUpon that have thousands of likes – or even 10th of thousands. And they will get ongoing traffic according to the likes they receive.

StumbleUpon has huge power to drive significant amounts of traffic. However, this traffic is not very targeted and hard to convert. Often traffic from StumbleUpon is good for statistics, but not that good in terms of conversions.

4. Flipboard

Flipboard is another tool where you can follow your favorite blogs. But you also create a topic based kind of magazine from these blogs – and this might get others to follow it. Choose a name for your magazine that clearly states what it is about.

Now you can add your own blog posts to your magazine – and attract traffic back to your blog from Flipboard.

5. Slideshare

To utilize Slideshare you obviously need to invest some time into creating a presentation. But once you have your slides ready, Slideshare can well prove a highly converting source of traffic.

People can discover your Slideshare presentation not only through the traffic you send to it, but you can also earn traffic directly from Slideshare, or even from Google via your presentation to your blog post.

ImageSoure: TrafficGenerationCafe

To get traffic from Slideshare you need to figure out not only how to attract an audience to your slides but also how to strategically place links in your slides so that people will click back to your blog post.

6. Reddit

Reddit – the front door of the internet – is a social news aggregation site that has the power to drive huge amounts of traffic. But it still flys slightly below the radar of marketers, because you have to invest time into building your credibility on the platform before you can utilize its power. If you don’t invest the time and effort, you will be (shadow) banned. Often even in a way that you don’t even notice.

Image source: Screenshot from Reddit

Be active on Reddit, upvote, share and comment on other peoples submissions. Utilize the right subreddits, learn what works well with Reddit users – and you may be able to earn huge amounts of traffic.

Final words

I am sure that some of you are using more platforms that have tremendous power to boost your blog – but are not widely used. Most of these platforms need a special strategy to unleash the real power. Often you should not just go on the platform and start promoting your blog – often that is regarded as spam.

But if you invest the time and effort there is a huge power in these platforms – or even in some special features of well-known platforms, like Facebook groups for bloggers or Twitter chats.

Let us know, what secret platforms are you using to promote your blog?

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6 Side Jobs You Can Do On Your Bed

There’s hope for disillusioned office drones seeking professional stimulation and extra cash. You can do all six of these side jobs from the comfort of your home in your spare time. If you’re really looking for a change, all six translate easily to full-time work.

  1. Write Marketing Copy

Do you have a way with words? Consider working as a freelance or part-time copywriter for marketing firms or in-house marketing departments at organizations looking to bolster their market visibility. It’s easy to get started — just create a profile on a freelance work platform like UpWork, set your price, and start reaching out to prospective clients.

  1. Help Local Charities and Institutions Raise Money

Want to make a difference in your community? When you work as an at-home fundraising distributor, you help nonprofits, schools, and other organizations raise funds to put on events and programs that benefit their clientele. You earn commission whenever a client uses your fundraising products.

According to the experts at ABC Fundraising, at-home fundraising distributors can earn up to $5,000 per month, depending on their clients’ fundraising totals, their effort, and other factors. With limited overhead and no travel required, this is a great opportunity for stay-at-home parents.

  1. Help Consumers With Product-Related Problems

If you’re a talkative type, consider working as an at-home customer service representative. Many blue-chip companies, including Apple, have huge remote customer service staffs. You’ll need to get a headset, procure appropriate customer contact software, and complete a potentially rigorous training program, but the payoff is worthwhile: a well-paying part- or full-time job that makes a real difference in folks’ lives.

  1. Lend a Helping Hand

Are you helpful by nature? Consider working as a virtual assistant — a hired hand who keeps busy professionals on top of tasks for which they lack the time or talent. Virtual assistant jobs vary widely, but they almost always have flexible hours and no travel or in-person work requirements. Typical duties include calendar maintenance, email and social media management, fielding calls, and making appointments and reservations.

  1. Write for Blogs That Actually Pay

Not every blog is a charity case. Seek out low-key digital publications and personal blogs that pay outside contributors for their work. You’ll gain valuable exposure through your byline and earn real money in the process.

  1. Sell Your Designs

Have an eye for design? There’s a bigger market for your creations than you might think. Online design marketplaces like 99Designs make it easy — virtually frictionless, in fact — to sell your designs to the highest bidder. If you think your work is worth even more, seek out private clients through freelance platforms or find a talent agency to broker temporary work arrangements with high-paying marketing firms.

Prefer to Dress Up?

The 15-foot commute isn’t for everyone. If you’re looking for a reliable source of side income, but prefer to earn your money outside your house, you’ll find an even wider universe of second jobs and freelance opportunities at your disposal. Or you can do one of these six side jobs from a coffee shop or coworking space. The choice is yours, and that’s a beautiful thing.

High Domain Authority Sites To Get Valuable Backlinks

Domain authority is one of the parameter which the Search engines like Google or Bing consider when displaying results for a specific search term or query. Websites or blog with higher domain authority appears high on Search Engine Result Pages; get more organic traffic and ranking.

There are many ways to improve Domain authority of your blog or website; one is to get backlinks from the sites with High domain authority. On the scale of 1 – 100, high domain authority means 40 or more, while some SEO expert says that websites with Domain authority more than 50 will pass link juice.

During my practice of making quality backlinks, I got mixture of dofollow and nofollow backlinks from high PageRank high domain authority sites. Here is the list of high domain authority sites which accept comments, articles or content which will ultimately gives you quality backlinks. The links are arranged according the niches which including the Technology, Health and Fitness, Education, Blogging, SEO, Real Estate as well as General websites.

01. List of High DA Sites for Backlinks from General Niche

URLs Domain Authority Dofollow /Nofollow
http://www.ireport.cnn.com 100 No follow
http://www.voices.yahoo.com 100 Do follow
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ 97 Do follow
http://www.slashdot.org 95 Do follow
http://www.newsvine.com 94 Do follow
http://www.change.org 92 No follow
http://www.buzzfeed.com/ 92 No follow
http://www.Examiner.com 91 No follow
http://www.dailykos.com 90 Do follow
http://www.instructables.com 90 No follow
http://www.storify.com 90 No follow
http://www.alameda.patch.com 89 No follow
http://www.purevolume.com 85 No follow
http://www.luckymag.com 82 Do follow
http://www.rebelmouse.com 82 Do follow
http://www.medium.com 82 No follow
http://www.theepochtimes.com/ 80 No follow
http://www.buzznet.com 79 No follow
http://www.sparkpeople.com 78 Do follow
http://www.kiwibox.com 78 No follow
http://www.linkup.imanet.org 73 Do follow
http://www.bubblews.com 68 No follow
http://www.ourmidland.com 64 Do follow
http://www.victoriaadvocate.com 62 Do follow
http://www.realitysandwich.com/ 60 Do follow
http://www.sportsblog.com 55 Do follow
http://www.trainingzone.co.uk 54 Do follow
http://www.storeboard.com 48 Do follow
http://www.lerablog.org 48 No follow
http://www.paramuspost.com 47 Do follow
http://www.groundreport.com/ 46 Do follow
http://www.nat-ti.com 43 No follow
http://www.broowaha.com 43 Do follow
http://www.rockdalenews.com 43 Do follow
http://www.sportsrants.com 45 Do follow
http://www.katyperrypurr.com 44 Do follow
http://www.creativetimes.co.uk 44 Do follow
http://www.community.covnews.com/ 42 Do follow
http://www.51ideas.com 41 Do follow
http://www.deer-digest.com 40 Do follow

02. List of High DA Sites for Backlinks from Business Niche

URLs Domain Authority Dofollow /Nofollow
http://www.nationofchange.com 85 Do follow
http://www.benzinga.com 78 Do follow
http://www.customerthink.com 67 Do follow
http://www.business-opportunities.biz/ 67 Do follow
http://www.evancarmichael.com 64 Do follow
http://www.wamda.com 63 Do follow
http://www.savethestudent.org 63 Do follow
http://www.biznik.com 60 Do follow
http://www.accountingweb.co.uk 58 No follow
http://www.knoji.com/ 55 Do follow
http://www.recruitingblogs.com 53 Do follow
http://www.ms-jd.org 52 No follow
http://www.kscripts.com/ 51 Do follow
http://www.exploreb2b.com 42 Do follow
http://www.wamda.com/ 41 Do follow

03. List of High DA Sites for Backlinks from Blogging Niche

URLs Domain Authority Dofollow /Nofollow
http://www.caringbridge.org 86 Do follow
http://www.topofblogs.com 69 Do follow
http://www.authorsden.com 67 Do follow
http://www.blogrollcenter.com 59 Do follow
http://www.superghostblogger.com/ 56 Do follow
http://www.glipho.com/ 40 Do follow

04. List of High DA Sites for Backlinks from Education Niche

URLs Domain Authority Dofollow /Nofollow
http://www.edublogs.org 87 No follow
http://www.academia.edu 85 No follow
http://www.schoolrack.com 60 Do follow
http://www.futureofeducation.com 50 No follow
http://www.community.eflclassroom.com 42 No follow

05. List of High DA Sites for Backlinks from Health and Fitness Niche

URLs Domain Authority Dofollow / Nofollow
http://www.ideafit.com 71 Do follow
http://www.blog.ideafit.com/ 71 Do follow
http://www.wellsphere.com 66 Do follow
http://www.empowher.com 55 Do follow
http://www.healthynewage.com/ 55 Do follow
http://www.fruitnfood.com 54 Do follow
http://www.lensaunders.com/ 51 No follow
http://www.healthncure.net/ 47 Do follow
http://www.medcheck-up.com/ 45 Do follow
http://www.shanestrong.com/ 45 No follow
http://www.medicalmingle.com 41 Do follow
http://www.healthmeup.com 40 Do follow

06. List of High DA Sites for Backlinks from Marketing Niche

URLs Domain Authority Dofollow / Nofollow
http://www.moz.com 93 Do follow
http://www.talent.adweek.com 90 No follow
http://www.hubspot.com 90 Do follow
http://www.socialmediatoday.com/ 86 Do follow
http://www.kissmetrics.com 81 Do follow
http://www.crazyegg.com 79 Do follow
http://www.b2bmarketing.net 56 Do follow
http://www.automotivedigitalmarketing.com 40 No follow
http://www.exeideas.com/ 40 No follow

07. List of High DA Sites for Backlinks from Real Estate Niche

URLs Domain Authority Dofollow / Nofollow
http://www.activerain.trulia.com 89 Do follow
http://www.trulia.com 89 No follow
http://www.realtreasure.realtytimes.com 75 Do follow
http://www.realtown.com 55 Do follow
http://www.blogs.realtown.com 55 No follow
http://www.realtyjoin.com 40 Do follow
http://www.lottocheatah.com 40 Do follow

08. List of High DA Sites for Backlinks from Technology Niche

URLs Domain Authority Dofollow / Nofollow
http://www.renewableenergyworld.com 82 Do follow
http://www.renewableenergyworld.com 82 Do follow
http://www.tech.co 76 Do follow
http://www.tech.pro 49 Do follow
http://www.e-junkie.info 44 Do follow
http://www.dokisoft.com/ 42 Do follow
http://www.codedwebmaster.com 41 Do follow
http://www.techandtrends.com/ 41 Do follow

09. List of High DA Sites for Backlinks from Women’s & Fashion Niche

URLs Domain Authority Dofollow / Nofollow
http://www.blogher.com 84 Do follow
luckymag.com 82 Do follow
http://www.cafemom.com 75 Do follow
http://www.modernmom.com 64 Do follow
http://www.shewrites.com 56 No follow
http://www.becomegorgeous.com/ 54 Do follow
http://www.community.babycenter.com/ 50 Do follow
http://www.mombloggersclub.com 49 No follow
http://www.mommysavers.com/ 48 Do follow
http://www.bloggymoms.com/ 46 Do follow
http://www.girlsguideto.com 45 Do follow
http://www.blog.wewomen.com/ 45 Do follow
http://www.craftstylish.com/ 42 Do follow

10. Others

URLs Domain Authority Dofollow / Nofollow
http://www.houzz.com 91 Do follow
http://www.venturebeat.com/category/games/ 90 Do follow
http://www.community.martindale.com 87 No follow
martindale.com 87 Do follow
http://www.gameinformer.com 79 Do follow
http://www.frontiersin.org 77 Do follow
http://www.corephp.com 68 Do follow
http://www.hometalk.com 67 Do follow
http://www.speakingtree.in/ 60 No follow
http://www.designshuffle.com 52 Do follow
http://www.homeclick.com 49 Do follow
http://www.azadnegar.com/ 49 Do follow
http://www.bordersalertandready.com/ 47 Do follow
http://www.melodyhome.com/ 46 Do follow
http://www.legalhelp.org 45 Do follow
http://www.wood-furniture.biz 40 Do follow


Now you have a huge list of high domain authority sites to get valuable backlinks from. Few of these sites accepts comments, others allows you to upload content with backlinks. Although it may take time to cover all these sites, try first to take backlinks from the sites or blogs related to your own niche or category, sites with high domain authority and with dofollow link type.

Happy backlinking!