Any Tips on how to get indexed in DMOZ faster?

  • rishimodi1
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Hi,

Any Tips on how to get indexed on DMOZ faster?

I've been struggling with that for quite a time.

Regards
  • solidghost
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I thought it's just submit and pray?
  • vetofunk
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I am an editor in a few categories.

Advice:

1/ Submit to a very relevant category
2/ Check to see if there is an editor listed, faster if there is
3/ Check to see the last time the category was updated. If not in like 2 years, than a good chance you will be waiting awhile.
4/ Don't submit "spammy" sites, keyword stuff or use marketing language in your description.
5/ Don't submit deep rooted links, only your homepage.
6/ Make sure your whole site works and nothing is under construction.
  • tiekie
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Thanks for the advise. If been trying to get some of my
websites listed for over a year now and no luck. Maybe now
i will have a better chance
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Remember the DMOZ had a big server melt down at the end of last year and thousands of submissions were lost.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

vetofunk

Can you by any chanse help me get my site listed. My website
is an humor website and would like to know if this is one of the catagories
that your a editor for

My website is new and im still working hard on it :-)

You can see my website in my signature

Thank you once again
  • vetofunk
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Sorry, it's not. There are thousands of categories and the chances of finding someone that edit's your's is very little.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

1.Make a perfect category match to submit DMOZ.
2.Short information oriented description
3.Non Spammy title
4.site domain email ID should be used
4.Do not submit twice.
  • zero_digit
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Post 3+ Months Ago

hmmm I've encounter on article that DMOZ approved their site for 1 yr...that long...and this guys are professional white hat SEO..
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Post 3+ Months Ago

vetofunk wrote:
I am an editor in a few categories.

Advice:

1/ Submit to a very relevant category
2/ Check to see if there is an editor listed, faster if there is
3/ Check to see the last time the category was updated. If not in like 2 years, than a good chance you will be waiting awhile.
4/ Don't submit "spammy" sites, keyword stuff or use marketing language in your description.
5/ Don't submit deep rooted links, only your homepage.
6/ Make sure your whole site works and nothing is under construction.


nice this is great steps, is not about how faster you will indexed, but how to get indexed in the right way...

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