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Shaun Anderson shares a finding that seems to prove that even submissions to Web directories that went awfully wrong have enough impact to outrank the Wikipedia on "keyword stuffing". Bottom line is, even if directory submissions aren't exactly the holy grail of link building, they don't hurt your SEO efforts much, provided you don't generate an overdose of directory links, and may still be worth your time.
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