Submitting Your Site To The Open Web Directory: Some
Dos And Doníts
by: Donald Nelson
One of the most important steps in any siteís publicity campaign is the submission to the Open Web Directory
(http://www.dmoz.org) as this directory provides search results for many of the most important search engines
and online portals. This directory is not a robot driven spider, but a human edited directory and you must observe
a few important points if your submission is to be successful.
http://resource-zone.com/ubbthreads.php .There you can ask about the status of your
submission, but you must give them the date and category to which you submitted your site.
You can ask questions about the procedures etc, but one more thing, donít argue with the editors.
Find out how the editors of the directory work and do your best to meet their conditions and you will be successful.
|About The Author
Donald Nelson is a web developer, editor and social worker. He has been
working on the Internet since 1995 and is currently the director of
a firm providing affordable search engine optimization and other
website promotion services. You can get his monthly newsletter
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