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    How to have my site listed in DMOZ?

    Just wanted to ask you guys to help me and other people of how to get our sites listed in DMOZ. Any advice or anything to share will be highly appreciated.


    Thank you in advance.

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    I have few sites there. I simply suggested them and they accepted... Probably is up to section moderator what will he accept and will not...

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    Quote Originally Posted by F-GD View Post
    Just wanted to ask you guys to help me and other people of how to get our sites listed in DMOZ. Any advice or anything to share will be highly appreciated.


    Thank you in advance.
    Have you considered bribing someone at DMOZ? I think that would work.

    Now seriously: I think that good site and post it to the right category, gets the listing.

  4. Quote Originally Posted by Desan View Post
    Have you considered bribing someone at DMOZ? I think that would work.
    I doubt that very much, most editors will not accept a bribe and would decline your listing with a comment that the site owner had tried to bribe them. Editors are encouraged to leave notes for every site we approve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elbandelero View Post
    I doubt that very much, most editors will not accept a bribe and would decline your listing with a comment that the site owner had tried to bribe them. Editors are encouraged to leave notes for every site we approve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elbandelero View Post
    I doubt that very much, most editors will not accept a bribe and would decline your listing with a comment that the site owner had tried to bribe them. Editors are encouraged to leave notes for every site we approve.
    I would add a red note to the site to say that the site should never be listed in the directory.

    And of course if any editor takes money to list a site they and the site are banned for ever. Senior editors who can edit in many or all categories have worked hard to get to that position and not likely to jeopardise it for a few dollars. Those who can edit in only a few categories are hardly likely to be much help because of the limits as to where they can edit.

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    I would add a red note to the site to say that the site should never be listed in the directory.
    I wonder if something like that happened to The Tech FAQ?

    Years ago, a DMOZ editor was being quite unkind to someone and I decided to be quite unkind to that DMOZ editor in return.

    I am quite competent at being unkind, so I may be remembered at DMOZ for a long long time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    Years ago, a DMOZ editor was being quite unkind to someone and I decided to be quite unkind to that DMOZ editor in return.

    I am quite competent at being unkind, so I may be remembered at DMOZ for a long long time.
    It also makes your wonder how professional some of the staff members are over there. Before submitting one of my sites to DMOZ I had a look to see whats names were being used there and one of them is on a lot of military sites, and her main site is one that internet detests ours as we boot people off who use false profiles, this site is very strict in our rules, we wanted a family type site with none of the usual stupidity that goes on at others. So there is no way in hell that my site will be on there, and it isnt.
    And it does make you wonder???

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    I don't think DMOZ is a big deal. I have submitted my website for 6 months now and not approved yet. What I suggest is, submit your site to DMOZ and go ahead with rest of your Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

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    Don't bother a lot about DMOZ, it's proven that it doesn't help anything for search engines and that it doesn't bring a lot of traffic. Just see DMOZ as a regular directory and submit your website without waiting and waiting till it gets approved


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