- Yahoo.dir - PR 8 - $299/year - no guarantee you'll be accepted. If you aren't accepted, they keep the $299
- Dmoz.org - PR 7 - free - extremely hard to get listed unless your business is markedly different from anything else that's out there.
- JoeAnt.com - PR 6 - $39.99 One Time
- botw.org - PR 7 - $299.95 Once or $149.95/Yr
- freebiedirectory.com - PR 7 - free
- direktory.org.com - PR 7 - $39.95/One Time
- metafilter.com - PR 7 - $5.00 One Time
- pioneerdir.com - PR 7 - $34.95 One Time
- business.com - PR 6 - $299/year
- clora.net - PR 6 - 6$49.95 One Time
- jayde.com - PR 6 - Free
- cyberline.com - PR 6 - Free
- whatuseek.com - PR 6 - $24.99 Once or $16.99/Yr
- killerstartups.com - PR 6 - Free
- maven.co.il - PR 6 - $39.95 One Time
- feedage.com - PR 6 - Free
- hotvsnot.com - PR 6 - Free
- somuch.com - PR 6 - Free
- alivedirectory.com - PR 6 - $49.95/year
- somuch.com - PR 6 - Free
- specialdir.com - PR 6 - $18.95 One Time
- alivedirectory.com - PR 6 - $34.95 One Time
- betterworldlinks.org - PR 6 - Free
- supremedir.com - PR 6 - $24.95 One Time
- ehef-newdelhi.org - PR 6 - $48.00/One Time
Domain Name: LINKSLEGEND.COM
Created on: 03-Sep-10
Expires on: 03-Sep-13
Last Updated on: 02-Aug-12
Domains By Proxy, LLC
14747 N Northsight Blvd Suite 111, PMB 309
Scottsdale, Arizona 85260
- The registrar has chosen to make their information private
- The domain was established in 2010
- The domain owner has only purchased the domain for 3 years
- The domain is registered in the USA
- Domain owners who want to be private can be problematic. If they were a real, solid business, with transparency, they would have registered using their business address.
- The older the domain, the better. This is a fairly young domain so it might not have the authority that comes with age.
- The further out that domain expiration date is, the better. Or, the longer the period for which the domain owner registers the domain at one time the better. For example, it would be much better if the domain owner had purchased the domain for 8-10 years because that shows the intent for a long-term commitment. This is important if you have to pay to be listed. If you pay $49 for a permanent listing and the domain expires or gets delisted by Google in the next 2 years, you are not going to get a refund.
- This I'll leave totally up to your call. There are perfectly reputable domain registrars in other countries. However, speaking from personal experience, I would not necessarily trust registrars from certain other countries. I'm not going to name them. You'll have to make that judgement call on your own.
A lot of the directories that require payment for review are also going to try to sell you "Featured Listings." In the last year, due to changes in Google's algorithm and the infamous Penguin update, people are running scared about low-quality backlinks.
- Under no circumstances use automated site submissions to Web directories.
- Write unique content...and yes, I mean a different description...for every submission
- For God's sake don't keyword stuff your submissions, that's sooooooo 2001.
- Never use anything for the title of your submission except for your domain name or site title.