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We all know some of the more popular sites can draw hundreds of comments. Sites like CNN, MSN, and Yahoo news might even get a couple of thousand comments on a hot topic. But, I think most sites would be happy with something in the 10 to 50 range.
The other day I was reading up on backlinks from .edu and .gov sites. It almost seems like there are some people that regard them as the holy grail of backlinks. Others would disagree, and claim that there is no major benefit to getting these types of backlinks over any other high quality or authority site. I guess the thinking is .edu and .gov sites tend to have pretty decent pagerank so they value a backlink from them more. I have read that they tend to have more pagerank because a lot of important or other authority sites link to them. I do know that generally these types of sites, especially if they are blogs tend to be nofollow links.