Having backlinks from .gov blogs are really hard to get for most webmasters. So far, this blog was only got one .gov backlink. The luckiest thing is, even though the backlink is marked with nofollow attribute, it is one of .gov blogs I've listed below, which has PR9.
Why is hard to get backlink from .gov blogs?
Many .gov blogs are not accepting comments. Although some .gov blogs accept comments from visitors, but there is no place for you to put your website URL, in the comment form.
Even for some .gov blogs do accept comments, all comments should have been moderated, and the post itself might really hard to be commented. You cannot only comment with only say
Thanks for the information, or
Thanks for sharing this post. Your comment will end in a spam junk.
If you keep repeating this kind of activity, using the same comments on every posts, and then your IP address might have been banned by the site's server. Keep your comments as natural as you can without using any anchor link text!
Below are 9 high PR .gov blogs which I sort them from the highest PR:
SBA.gov Community, or Small Business Administration Community. The best place for small business owners to connect with, sharing, and getting advices from the expert on starting, growing and managing their business. Join the community and grow your business!
blog.AIDS.gov, a blog which was first launched at World AIDS Day on December 1, 2006. The blog provides informations by the U.S. Government about prevention, testing, treatment, and research on HIV/AIDS. It serves as a forum for public discussion in response to HIV/AIDS researchs and policies.
SAMHSA Blog, or Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Blog. The blog provides venue to discuss what SAMHSA is up to, share ideas with others around the health care world. The SAMHSA blog will give you an opportunity to give real time feedback and have your voice heard.
Corrections Community, a community of National Institute of Corrections. The place where corrections professionals can interact and colaborate.
AZ Dept. of Health Services Director's Blog, a blog by the Director of Arizona Dept. of Health Services. Its mission is to promote, protect, and improve the health and wellness of individuals, children or adults, and communities in Arizona.
Health IT Buzz Blog, a blog by HHS's Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC).
DigitalGov, a blog for anyone in government who uses digital media to achieve their agency mission and improve the customer experience. Also a blog for conversation, learning, and sharing.
From Our Corner, a blog by the Washington Office of the Secretary of State, which provides all informations about important state news and public services. The blog is used as a bridge between the public and Secretary Sam Reed and his staff.
Delaware Public Archives Blog, a blog in which its mission is to identify, collect, and preserve public records of enduring historical and evidential value, for present and future generations of Delawareans.
Please do not spam on above .gov blogs! Those blogs have comment policies that you should follow when you are going to give feedbacks.