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We are taking Uncover the Net off of our list of directories that we will recommend for clients and anyone else to submit their sites to. Why? They are now adding the nofollow attribute to listings. That means no link love, no help getting a new site indexed, bottom line - no trust. They most likely have fallen under the spell of Google’s FUD campaign against those selling paid links.
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from IncrediBILL 2336 Days ago #
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I’ll give you an even better reason...It appears to have been banned in Google!

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from debram 2336 Days ago #
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David - UTN has been (unfortunately) out of the G index for awhile now, this could be part of their reinclusion process.  While I don’t disagree with you in principle here, I also understand they have payroll to meet and lights to pay for.  It’s Google’s world, we just live in it.

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from DavidWallace 2336 Days ago #
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debram said "It’s Google’s world, we just live in it."Isn’t that becoming more true every day!

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