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It’s been a while since I’ve gone out on the hunt for links from quality directories, and the experience these past few days hasn’t been good: There’s a lot more junk out there than not. This can be a problem for the small business owner who may struggle to know how to tell a quality directory from the rest.
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from IncrediBILL 2270 Days ago #
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Nothing new here, lots of sites say this, and some of it is mildly misleadingHow did this warrant a sphinn?

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from monitis 2270 Days ago #
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I like the article.  It helps to understamd non-quality directories for submissions. Some people like to go on automatic submissions, which is quick, but what do you get?  These 8 signs of a wrong choice are useful.  I had once made mistake and submited to too many of those (no reciprocals).  Spent a lot of time, but never saw one result.  I find DMOZ is the only one worth working on. 

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from yojpotter2 2269 Days ago #
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Thanks for this posts..these tips are very helpful in identifying sites that are worth to submit to.

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from IncrediBILL 1964 Days ago #
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Same old crap we’ve seen posted numerous times before, nothing new here, keep moving, nothing to see

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