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  1. Search Engine Submission 101, Part 1

    DMOZ Open Directory Project Since these bots are designed to follow as many links they can find, it's a safe bet that they'll find you if there are links from other sites or directories to your site. There are many online tools for submitting your...

  2. SearchDay | My Wife, the Editor

    Here is what was removed: "Submit your site to relevant directories such as the Open Directory Project and Yahoo! DMOZ removed from Google Webmaster Guidelines Oct 3, 2008 Google Webmaster Guidelines was updated today and "directory submission" is...

  3. SearchDay | SEO Link Building Fundamentals

    Here is what was removed: "Submit your site to relevant directories such as the Open Directory Project and Yahoo! as well as to other industry-specific expert sites.â”” beussery.com/blog/index.php/2008/10/google-no-longer-suggests-directory...

  4. SearchDay | What You Need to Know Before Committing to SEO

    Here is what was removed: "Submit your site to relevant directories such as the Open Directory Project and Yahoo! DMOZ removed from Google Webmaster Guidelines Oct 3, 2008 Google Webmaster Guidelines was updated today and "directory submission" is...

  5. SearchDay | Focus on Conversions

    Here is what was removed: "Submit your site to relevant directories such as the Open Directory Project and Yahoo! DMOZ removed from Google Webmaster Guidelines Oct 3, 2008 Google Webmaster Guidelines was updated today and "directory submission" is...

  6. SearchDay | Charity Events: Search With a Cause

    Here is what was removed: "Submit your site to relevant directories such as the Open Directory Project and Yahoo! Ussery noticed Google's Webmaster Guidelines suggestions for improving your sites has removed.getting links from directories.

  7. In the Third Week of New Year's, My SearchDay Gave to Me:

    Google’s Webmaster Guidelines suggest that, when your site is ready, you should “Submit your site to relevant directories such as the Open Directory Project and Yahoo” But, it’s time to stop suggesting that any site owner should spend time trying...