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    Quote Originally Posted by TopDogger View Post
    Here is a new article about DMOZ, along with a new Matt Cutts video on this topic.

    What Role Do DMOZ Listings Play in Determining Google Ranking
    More or less a DMOZ listing is an authority link.

    However, Matt Cutts also says that DMOZ directory is showing its age (and will be replaced with +1 )

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    This DMOZ tools allow to quickly find out whether you are listed in the DMOZ directory,(also known as open directory project or ODP)
    the DMOZ directory (ODP directory) is important for seo, as many off search engine use DMOZ listings as there directory listings or as part of there search engine listing.

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    Dmoz listing help u ranking top in google and other search engines, targeted traffic, popularity, trust..

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    Their algorithm is greatly changed now than that of 10 years ago. yahoo and bing as well as ask or others still have positive effect for that.
    Basically the fact described is not true for all the search engine;but this is certainly true for Google.

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    After reading through this thread I have decided to apply to the Open Directory Project, however, I think it will take a while if ever for them to accept my website. I think in terms of SEO ranking, it's a bit of a toss-up as directories in general have less and less impact on seo.

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    From what I have seen over the past few years, there is probably about a 10% chance that a good site will get listed. It can take 6 months to over a year just to see if your site gets listed.

    Just submit your site and forget about it.
    "Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote." -- Benjamin Franklin


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    By adding a link to the page listed in dmoz categories by default will receive the benefits of any unsolicited links and other reciprocal link requests PageRank twice.

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    The fact that you need months to show your listings in DMOZ should tell you something and that is: everybody wants to be there and what is the reason then?
    The reason is, probably, that the listings of your site are showing in the results of many SEO tools, and I think that maybe that is the good reason, since (as I've seen) Google likes DMOZ, so in one way you get listed from a valueable source and that should give you some pluses in the eyes of the Google, at least that is my logic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by outsourcefirm View Post
    The actual time spent submitting a site to them and then walking away from the deed is a couple of minutes. If it gets added, the time was well spent and you got a good link for the cost of nothing more than a few minutes effort. If it doesn't, you only spent a few minutes on it, so big deal.
    Exactly. Been trying to tell people that for years. Complaining about it, worrying about it, checking and rechecking to see if it's there, total waste of time. Submit it and walk away to do something productive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TopDogger View Post
    I just submitted two very good sites to DMOZ as a test to see how long it takes to get them listed. One is an e-commerce site and the other is a travel agency site. Both are good quality sites that are 5+ years old and should not be rejected for any reason. Neither were submitted in the past.
    These sites were submitted on September 4, 2011. Each was submitted to an industry category and a location category. Four months have passed thus far and neither is showing up in DMOZ at this point. I will keep monitoring this to see how long it takes to get the submissions approved--if they ever get approved.
    "Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote." -- Benjamin Franklin


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