Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by jeffylo, Feb 12, 2014.
How to submit my website in dmoz.org. Please help me.
Go to dmoz.org, find your section and submit it. Other thing is will your site be accepted or not.
OP, instructions are here:http://www.dmoz.org/docs/en/add.html
DMOZ is not easy to get listed, if anyone know any trick please PM me. my partner have a site that he submit to DMOZ for 2 years still no result
Try fiverr,there are some editors and dmoz posters there that will do it for you for $5 bucks
Is this to submit or to actually get it published on the directory?
Review all of the possible categories for the website that you are submitting. Choosing the first category that you find may not be the best - it can delay the submission review time. Note that each website can only be indexed once, into one category.
Remember that all category editors (who are the users who review website submissions) are entirely volunteers. Some categories may be more thoroughly watched and reviewed than others. A website acceptance may take weeks if not months.
Not all website submissions are accepted, regardless of how well the submission form is filled out. There are various reasons, such as entering a website that is illegal, that a website would be denied indexing.
Website submissions are thoroughly read by real people. Follow all regulations as this will help you and the category editors.
If your website changes after it is indexed, particularly the website title/name or description, DMOZ has an option to update the listing. As with website submissions, updates can take a while to be reviewed and should be sent only when needed.
DMOZ has a website index for over seventy languages and is always adding new languages. If you own or know of a website in another language, submit it as well!
It is better to use a company name or brand name in the title instead of keywords.
Great post! I had no idea how to submit my site to demonize until I came to this post
Waste of time, unless you know an editor. If any Dmoz editors here please pm me.
DMOZ is dead!!!
Dmoz is a gold mine, but that is if you get lucky and they approve your listing.
Indeed, DMOZ is like Klondike - abandoned, forgotten, and part of the folklore.
But it still passes some juice to your site. Submit to as many relevant categories as possible as most have different editors. I have one site listed 9 times on there!!!
The benefit doesnt worth the trouble IMHO. Its like playing a very special kind of lottery, where the jackpot is a mere $10.
In the time it took me to get one of my sites reviewed, approved and listed, I managed to become an editor of a similar category! It's a slow process.
In the last 2 years we tried few times to submit our sites to DMOZ, with no success.
All sites were high quality, no ads, submitted to the right category, but from some reason
are never published.
On few forums existed approval service, and fee was $80-$200 for approval. Probably some editors decided to charge their free work...
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