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  1. Racing Penguin: How to Attack Unnatural Links Before Penguin Hits [Case Study]

    It isn't often you get a call from a company that turns into a proactive Penguin project. For example, exact match anchor text links in blogrolls, comment spam, directory links, etc. If you're not familiar with web of trust (WOT), it's a...

  2. Everyone Is Rushing To Stop FTC's Do Not Track Registry, Why?

    The group should be talking a little more with their search advertising counterparts as these measures are labeled - ODP in search abbreviations stands for the Open Directory Project or DMOZ. The two icons signify to site visitors that they are on...

  3. Search Engine Submission 101, Part 1

    DMOZ Open Directory Project Search engines prefer finding your site and associated Web pages on their own. However, submitting your site to search engines doesn't hurt, as long as you're careful not to overdo it.

  4. 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...

  5. 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...

  6. Search Engine Optimization: Back To Basics

    One option is to look at authority Web directories (Open Directory Project, Best of the Web, Yahoo Directory, Business.com) that list Web sites on your topic. The search engines want you to have at least 150 words of copy on a given Web page, with...

  7. Search Wikia Asks Users to Share the Load

    Besides the fact that Search Wikia is an open source project, Wales notes that the biggest difference is that Mahalo is about "paying people to write a Web index and supplementing it with Google. Speaking at the O’Reilly Open Source Convention...