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Link development is one of the hottest topics that are most commonly discussed among webmasters. For link development, you can get all the data you need from government resources from all over the world and it’s all completely free. To gather all the  required information, you have to invest time in doing proper research. Once you are able to get everything you need, the next step is to compile all data to make it interesting and lastly promote it.

The purpose of this article is to provide you the information you need to get data from government web sites. There are several data resource websites that provide data according to countries, states, sites and agencies..

Research

This is a good strategy for bloggers who have sites related to news or associations to get the relevant back links. Insight analysis and latest research work or reports are one of the biggest focuses of news sites. Having coverage on such websites considerably improves your chances of having the report grabbed by a popular news outlet. If you do not have enough time you can outsource someone who can do all this traditional research to analyze trends and irregularity in the data. To make it more clear consider an example suppose you are in the educational sector.

For this you can get the data you need on federal student aid. This data include application volume, work-study programs, loan amounts and many more.  To find the current trend, compare average work study grant amounts between public and private institutions and then bring in data on graduation rates.

You will find that a lot of students and reports looking for work even on lower budgets. If you want you can also collaborate with a local university for a class assignment this will help you find tons of data from University Students who want to go above and beyond for their teacher.  This will get you a TON of data that you’re looking for.  It’s one of the best ways that I have found to come up with tons of relevant information.

Do your research and find a strong University and gain connections there.  You never know when this will come in handy!

John Rampton is a PPC Entrepreneur, Author, Founder at PPC.org & Blogging.org. Follow me on Twitter @johnrampton

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