Submitting Your Website

{In this guide, we concentrate on ways to get your website an optimum listing in the Open Directory. If your website is already listed in the Open Directory, you should read this guide to learn how you can get multiple listings.
Before you publish your website, go through your entire site and ensure there are no missing graphics, no links resulting in non-existent or empty pages and no”Under construction” symbols. Also, check for grammatical mistakes and typos. Your website must provide decent content. You’ll find it challenging to make it through if your website simply contains links to various affiliate programs. The Open Directory doesn’t mind sites containing links to affiliate programs.

vii) End your description with a period. If the editor has to add the period to the end of the description, she may also wind up editing. Your purpose is to have the editor accept the specific description you had written to make sure that your keywords aren’t removed from the description.

As soon as you’ve selected the correct category, click the”add URL” link at the top. Even though the Open Directory says that including the email address is optional, I would advise that you include it – if, for any reason, your website isn’t approved, the Open Directory editor might want to tell you why your website hasn’t yet been accepted.
Here are the principles That You Ought to remember when forming the description:
iv) Write the description in the third person. Do not say”We provide financial planning and credit counseling services”, say”Offers financial planning and credit counseling services” .
For some keywords, you’ll discover that the Open Directory doesn’t display any categories. In cases like this, determine which category the majority of the best sites belong to and submit your website to this category.

Your description should be a single sentence which conveys what your site is all about and contains. However – the description that you use must be a proper sentence and should be correct.

I) The editor of that category is inactive, i.e. he/she hasn’t been reviewing sites for quite a while.

We discuss how you should write the Title and Description of your site’s listing. You do not actually have much choice about the Title as the Open Directory insists that the Title be the official title of your website. There’s absolutely no way around it.

Ii) Avoid hype of any type. Avoid using ALL CAPS or exclamation marks. Or”Offers the highest quality, CHEAPEST WIDGETS you can find anywhere” are inappropriate.
Your goal should be to create the Open Directory editor’s job as easy as possible when you write the description. You shouldn’t give the editor the feeling he wants to edit your description at all. The moment an editor starts to edit your description, you risk having your keywords removed from your description.
Getting your website an optimum listing in the Open Directory (http://www.dmoz.org) is extremely important so far as search engine positioning is concerned as Google gives a whole lot of importance to sites being listed in the Open Directory.
Iii) Do not capitalize every word in your description – capitalize only the first term. Obviously, if a few of those phrases in the description are proper nouns, then you need to capitalize them.
HoweverFree Web Content, do not go overboard with submitting internal pages – you can be penalized for spamming. Do not begin submitting any doorway pages that you have created -. Any internal page that you submit must offer some exceptional content and must be related to the class to.

If a Website Isn’t approved Things to do
I) ensure the description can tell a visitor what your website is about. Things like”Take a peek at our website” or”Welcome to my site” doesn’t tell a visitor what your site does.
If different categories come up at the very best for the two keywords, go through all of the categories and determine which is the most suitable category among the different classes.

You might attempt to get your site some additional listings, In case you’ve already got your site listed in the Open Directory. Start by selecting two keywords that are different from the keywords you selected. Then try and locate another category that’s applicable for your website and submit your website there with a new description which includes.

V) Do not make your description too long – limit yourself to 15 words at the most. You could have the ability to get accepted with a description longer than 15 words, if you’re fortunate.
In cases like this, the initial step would be to write to this category’s editor. Scroll down to which you’re attempting to submit your website and click {} . For example, suppose you’re trying to submit to the Computers: Consultants: Business Systems category. In the time of writing of the report, that category didn’t have an editor. In cases like this, you need to go to the Computers: Consultants category and click on a few there. Inform her you’ve been unsuccessful and that you’re attempting to submit your website. Give her the complete details of your entry, i.e. the class to which you submitted, your URL, the Title and the Description that you used and also the dates on which you filed. Ask her as to whether there are any errors that you’re making and if she’d be kind enough to point out the mistakes to you so which they can be corrected by you.
But you’ve got a lot greater prospect of getting another listing if you publish one of those inner pages of your website to another category (assuming you can find a category that’s applicable for that specific page), instead of again submitting the home page. Submitting an internal page has the benefit that the Title no longer has to be the title of your website. This permits you to add keywords. Before submitting a few of those inner pages of your website, you need to change the name of this webpage (here, by”title”, I mean the Title tag of the webpage, i.e. the Name that’s displayed on peak of the browser window once the page is opened) to the Title that you want the webpage to be listed under in the Open Directory. This enhances the chance that the Open Directory editor will accept the title you had submitted.
After submitting your website, go to the category where you have submitted your web site daily and see if your site gets listed. If you realize that your website isn’t in this category, it may so happen that you’re put in a category that is different. Type in your domain name in Open Directory’s search box and see if your site comes up at the results. I’ve seen some sites.
At this point you have to decide on the two most important keywords for your website based on their popularity. If you do not yet know the keywords that are appropriate for your site, take a look at my article on”Choosing the right keywords for your website”, accessible at http://www.1stSearchRanking.com/t.cgi?4901&keywords.htm In the following report, I have mentioned that while selecting the keywords for your website, you should take a look at the popularity of the keywords in addition to their validity. For the purpose of this guide, do not be concerned about the competitiveness – select keywords only.
If, after two weeks, then you do not receive any response from the editor and aren’t accepted into the Open Directory, then look for another category that’s applicable for your site with the procedure outlined earlier and submit your website for this group.

We come to how you can pick the ideal category for your website. Proceed to the Open Directory, and search for the two keywords you have created. Does a specific category come up at the top for the keywords? If that’s the case, go to this class, and see whether the sites within the class are similar to yours. Also see whether that category has a Description or a FAQ. Read them and find out if that category is appropriate for your website. If this is the case, here is the category.

You could have the ability to find a set in this class, especially if the editor of the class differs from the editor of the category where your site is recorded if you’re fortunate. Again, if the second category to which you need to file your website is a regional group (i.e. a category applicable to the geographical area where your organization is located), that again improves your chance of getting another listing. If you were originally listed in one of the categories, then getting your website listed in among those categories is also possible, assuming that aren’t intended for a regional market only.

If You’re absolutely convinced that your Website is eligible for being accepted by the Open Directory, then the fact Your Website is not being accepted may signify one of two items:

Ii) He/she is the competitor, and doesn’t wish to record you.

If your website hasn’t been listed after three months it and wait for the next 3 weeks. Then take a look at your website if your website is not approved. Does it contain any missing images or links, links to empty pages or under construction signs? Does it provide decent content? Does it have any spelling or grammatical mistakes?|At this point you have to decide on the two most important keywords for your website based on their popularity. If you do not yet know the keywords that are appropriate for your site, take a look at my article on”Choosing the right keywords for your website”, accessible at http://www.1stSearchRanking.com/t.cgi?4901&keywords.htm In the following report, I have mentioned that while selecting the keywords for your website, you should take a look at the popularity of the keywords in addition to their validity. For the purpose of this guide, do not be concerned about the competitiveness – select keywords only.
Ii) Avoid hype of any type. Avoid using ALL CAPS or exclamation marks. Or”Offers the highest quality, CHEAPEST WIDGETS you can find anywhere” are inappropriate.
As soon as you’ve selected the correct category, click the”add URL” link at the top. Even though the Open Directory says that including the email address is optional, I would advise that you include it – if, for any reason, your website isn’t approved, the Open Directory editor might want to tell you why your website hasn’t yet been accepted.
After submitting your website, go to the category where you have submitted your web site daily and see if your site gets listed. If you realize that your website isn’t in this category, it may so happen that you’re put in a category that is different. Type in your domain name in Open Directory’s search box and see if your site comes up at the results. I’ve seen some sites.

iv) Write the description in the third person. Do not say”We provide financial planning and credit counseling services”, say”Offers financial planning and credit counseling services” .

Iii) Do not capitalize every word in your description – capitalize only the first term. Obviously, if a few of those phrases in the description are proper nouns, then you need to capitalize them.
But you’ve got a lot greater prospect of getting another listing if you publish one of those inner pages of your website to another category (assuming you can find a category that’s applicable for that specific page), instead of again submitting the home page. Submitting an internal page has the benefit that the Title no longer has to be the title of your website. This permits you to add keywords. Before submitting a few of those inner pages of your website, you need to change the name of this webpage (here, by”title”, I mean the Title tag of the webpage, i.e. the Name that’s displayed on peak of the browser window once the page is opened) to the Title that you want the webpage to be listed under in the Open Directory. This enhances the chance that the Open Directory editor will accept the title you had submitted.

If different categories come up at the very best for the two keywords, go through all of the categories and determine which is the most suitable category among the different classes.

You might attempt to get your site some additional listings, In case you’ve already got your site listed in the Open Directory. Start by selecting two keywords that are different from the keywords you selected. Then try and locate another category that’s applicable for your website and submit your website there with a new description which includes.

V) Do not make your description too long – limit yourself to 15 words at the most. You could have the ability to get accepted with a description longer than 15 words, if you’re fortunate.

I) The editor of that category is inactive, i.e. he/she hasn’t been reviewing sites for quite a while.

Ii) He/she is the competitor, and doesn’t wish to record you.

We discuss how you should write the Title and Description of your site’s listing. You do not actually have much choice about the Title as the Open Directory insists that the Title be the official title of your website. There’s absolutely no way around it.

You could have the ability to find a set in this class, especially if the editor of the class differs from the editor of the category where your site is recorded if you’re fortunate. Again, if the second category to which you need to file your website is a regional group (i.e. a category applicable to the geographical area where your organization is located), that again improves your chance of getting another listing. If you were originally listed in one of the categories, then getting your website listed in among those categories is also possible, assuming that aren’t intended for a regional market only.

Before you publish your website, go through your entire site and ensure there are no missing graphics, no links resulting in non-existent or empty pages and no”Under construction” symbols. Also, check for grammatical mistakes and typos. Your website must provide decent content. You’ll find it challenging to make it through if your website simply contains links to various affiliate programs. The Open Directory doesn’t mind sites containing links to affiliate programs.

I) ensure the description can tell a visitor what your website is about. Things like”Take a peek at our website” or”Welcome to my site” doesn’t tell a visitor what your site does.

We come to how you can pick the ideal category for your website. Proceed to the Open Directory, and search for the two keywords you have created. Does a specific category come up at the top for the keywords? If that’s the case, go to this class, and see whether the sites within the class are similar to yours. Also see whether that category has a Description or a FAQ. Read them and find out if that category is appropriate for your website. If this is the case, here is the category.
In cases like this, the initial step would be to write to this category’s editor. Scroll down to which you’re attempting to submit your website and click {} . For example, suppose you’re trying to submit to the Computers: Consultants: Business Systems category. In the time of writing of the report, that category didn’t have an editor. In cases like this, you need to go to the Computers: Consultants category and click on a few there. Inform her you’ve been unsuccessful and that you’re attempting to submit your website. Give her the complete details of your entry, i.e. the class to which you submitted, your URL, the Title and the Description that you used and also the dates on which you filed. Ask her as to whether there are any errors that you’re making and if she’d be kind enough to point out the mistakes to you so which they can be corrected by you.

Getting your website an optimum listing in the Open Directory (http://www.dmoz.org) is extremely important so far as search engine positioning is concerned as Google gives a whole lot of importance to sites being listed in the Open Directory.
In this guide, we concentrate on ways to get your website an optimum listing in the Open Directory. If your website is already listed in the Open Directory, you should read this guide to learn how you can get multiple listings.

Your description should be a single sentence which conveys what your site is all about and contains. However – the description that you use must be a proper sentence and should be correct.
Here are the principles That You Ought to remember when forming the description:

If You’re absolutely convinced that your Website is eligible for being accepted by the Open Directory, then the fact Your Website is not being accepted may signify one of two items:

For some keywords, you’ll discover that the Open Directory doesn’t display any categories. In cases like this, determine which category the majority of the best sites belong to and submit your website to this category.
If, after two weeks, then you do not receive any response from the editor and aren’t accepted into the Open Directory, then look for another category that’s applicable for your site with the procedure outlined earlier and submit your website for this group.
HoweverFree Web Content, do not go overboard with submitting internal pages – you can be penalized for spamming. Do not begin submitting any doorway pages that you have created -. Any internal page that you submit must offer some exceptional content and must be related to the class to.
Your goal should be to create the Open Directory editor’s job as easy as possible when you write the description. You shouldn’t give the editor the feeling he wants to edit your description at all. The moment an editor starts to edit your description, you risk having your keywords removed from your description.

If your website hasn’t been listed after three months it and wait for the next 3 weeks. Then take a look at your website if your website is not approved. Does it contain any missing images or links, links to empty pages or under construction signs? Does it provide decent content? Does it have any spelling or grammatical mistakes?

vii) End your description with a period. If the editor has to add the period to the end of the description, she may also wind up editing. Your purpose is to have the editor accept the specific description you had written to make sure that your keywords aren’t removed from the description.

If a Website Isn’t approved Things to do|As soon as you’ve selected the correct category, click the”add URL” link at the top. Even though the Open Directory says that including the email address is optional, I would advise that you include it – if, for any reason, your website isn’t approved, the Open Directory editor might want to tell you why your website hasn’t yet been accepted.
V) Do not make your description too long – limit yourself to 15 words at the most. You could have the ability to get accepted with a description longer than 15 words, if you’re fortunate.

But you’ve got a lot greater prospect of getting another listing if you publish one of those inner pages of your website to another category (assuming you can find a category that’s applicable for that specific page), instead of again submitting the home page. Submitting an internal page has the benefit that the Title no longer has to be the title of your website. This permits you to add keywords. Before submitting a few of those inner pages of your website, you need to change the name of this webpage (here, by”title”, I mean the Title tag of the webpage, i.e. the Name that’s displayed on peak of the browser window once the page is opened) to the Title that you want the webpage to be listed under in the Open Directory. This enhances the chance that the Open Directory editor will accept the title you had submitted.

vii) End your description with a period. If the editor has to add the period to the end of the description, she may also wind up editing. Your purpose is to have the editor accept the specific description you had written to make sure that your keywords aren’t removed from the description.
At this point you have to decide on the two most important keywords for your website based on their popularity. If you do not yet know the keywords that are appropriate for your site, take a look at my article on”Choosing the right keywords for your website”, accessible at http://www.1stSearchRanking.com/t.cgi?4901&keywords.htm In the following report, I have mentioned that while selecting the keywords for your website, you should take a look at the popularity of the keywords in addition to their validity. For the purpose of this guide, do not be concerned about the competitiveness – select keywords only.

Here are the principles That You Ought to remember when forming the description:

If, after two weeks, then you do not receive any response from the editor and aren’t accepted into the Open Directory, then look for another category that’s applicable for your site with the procedure outlined earlier and submit your website for this group.

We come to how you can pick the ideal category for your website. Proceed to the Open Directory, and search for the two keywords you have created. Does a specific category come up at the top for the keywords? If that’s the case, go to this class, and see whether the sites within the class are similar to yours. Also see whether that category has a Description or a FAQ. Read them and find out if that category is appropriate for your website. If this is the case, here is the category.

Your goal should be to create the Open Directory editor’s job as easy as possible when you write the description. You shouldn’t give the editor the feeling he wants to edit your description at all. The moment an editor starts to edit your description, you risk having your keywords removed from your description.

Your description should be a single sentence which conveys what your site is all about and contains. However – the description that you use must be a proper sentence and should be correct.
Getting your website an optimum listing in the Open Directory (http://www.dmoz.org) is extremely important so far as search engine positioning is concerned as Google gives a whole lot of importance to sites being listed in the Open Directory.

If different categories come up at the very best for the two keywords, go through all of the categories and determine which is the most suitable category among the different classes.
Ii) He/she is the competitor, and doesn’t wish to record you.

In cases like this, the initial step would be to write to this category’s editor. Scroll down to which you’re attempting to submit your website and click {} . For example, suppose you’re trying to submit to the Computers: Consultants: Business Systems category. In the time of writing of the report, that category didn’t have an editor. In cases like this, you need to go to the Computers: Consultants category and click on a few there. Inform her you’ve been unsuccessful and that you’re attempting to submit your website. Give her the complete details of your entry, i.e. the class to which you submitted, your URL, the Title and the Description that you used and also the dates on which you filed. Ask her as to whether there are any errors that you’re making and if she’d be kind enough to point out the mistakes to you so which they can be corrected by you.

I) ensure the description can tell a visitor what your website is about. Things like”Take a peek at our website” or”Welcome to my site” doesn’t tell a visitor what your site does.
Iii) Do not capitalize every word in your description – capitalize only the first term. Obviously, if a few of those phrases in the description are proper nouns, then you need to capitalize them.

You might attempt to get your site some additional listings, In case you’ve already got your site listed in the Open Directory. Start by selecting two keywords that are different from the keywords you selected. Then try and locate another category that’s applicable for your website and submit your website there with a new description which includes.

I) The editor of that category is inactive, i.e. he/she hasn’t been reviewing sites for quite a while.
After submitting your website, go to the category where you have submitted your web site daily and see if your site gets listed. If you realize that your website isn’t in this category, it may so happen that you’re put in a category that is different. Type in your domain name in Open Directory’s search box and see if your site comes up at the results. I’ve seen some sites.

Before you publish your website, go through your entire site and ensure there are no missing graphics, no links resulting in non-existent or empty pages and no”Under construction” symbols. Also, check for grammatical mistakes and typos. Your website must provide decent content. You’ll find it challenging to make it through if your website simply contains links to various affiliate programs. The Open Directory doesn’t mind sites containing links to affiliate programs.

iv) Write the description in the third person. Do not say”We provide financial planning and credit counseling services”, say”Offers financial planning and credit counseling services” .
You could have the ability to find a set in this class, especially if the editor of the class differs from the editor of the category where your site is recorded if you’re fortunate. Again, if the second category to which you need to file your website is a regional group (i.e. a category applicable to the geographical area where your organization is located), that again improves your chance of getting another listing. If you were originally listed in one of the categories, then getting your website listed in among those categories is also possible, assuming that aren’t intended for a regional market only.
If You’re absolutely convinced that your Website is eligible for being accepted by the Open Directory, then the fact Your Website is not being accepted may signify one of two items:

If a Website Isn’t approved Things to do
HoweverFree Web Content, do not go overboard with submitting internal pages – you can be penalized for spamming. Do not begin submitting any doorway pages that you have created -. Any internal page that you submit must offer some exceptional content and must be related to the class to.

For some keywords, you’ll discover that the Open Directory doesn’t display any categories. In cases like this, determine which category the majority of the best sites belong to and submit your website to this category.

We discuss how you should write the Title and Description of your site’s listing. You do not actually have much choice about the Title as the Open Directory insists that the Title be the official title of your website. There’s absolutely no way around it.

In this guide, we concentrate on ways to get your website an optimum listing in the Open Directory. If your website is already listed in the Open Directory, you should read this guide to learn how you can get multiple listings.
Ii) Avoid hype of any type. Avoid using ALL CAPS or exclamation marks. Or”Offers the highest quality, CHEAPEST WIDGETS you can find anywhere” are inappropriate.

If your website hasn’t been listed after three months it and wait for the next 3 weeks. Then take a look at your website if your website is not approved. Does it contain any missing images or links, links to empty pages or under construction signs? Does it provide decent content? Does it have any spelling or grammatical mistakes?}

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