How to Use Directories for Web Site Promotion

Written by Rich Brunelle


How to Use Directories for Web Site Promotion By: Rich Brunelle

If you are not using Web Directories for your Web Site Promotion, you are not aware ofrepparttar benefit they provide. Directories, Link Engines, and Internet Directories are not all created equal. But, if they are categorized, database driven, andrepparttar 143772 end result is publishing static HTML pages or other Search Engine Friendly documentation of your web site information, they are worth their weight in gold.

datajam's Internet offers eight different databases for Internet Users to submit their URL data to. To facilitate conversion to Search Engine Friendly data on our older databases we publishrepparttar 143773 data as HTML and Text to our web site. We decided to try a different approach for our more recent databases.

At http://djam-promo.com we have "datajam's COOL Site Index." This is a brand new database and we decided that we would select from submitted sites, a few per month to write articles about. We realize that this would not create a complete Search Engine Friendly directory. But, it will highlight those sites selected in an instantly beneficial manor. We also likedrepparttar 143774 idea of actually performing our own review ofrepparttar 143775 web sites once in a while. This database does have User Review and Rating capability for Users that wish to offer their own independent assessment of web sites.

Another new database, "datajam's Internet Web Directory" is at http://promo.glwb.info . The neat thing about this database is daily rebuildingrepparttar 143776 complete directory fromrepparttar 143777 data submitted to a complete HTML based site. This makesrepparttar 143778 data very Search Engine Friendly. Our test submissions to this site reflected linkage discovered by some ofrepparttar 143779 major search engines within a week. We find this very impressive.

Do searchers have a loyalty to one search engine?

Written by Alyssa Duvall


It turns out that searchers are more than willing to use multiple search engines according to Nielsen/NetRatings. In January 2005 Google reported 71 million unique searchers, 58 percent of which had used another search engine. Yahoo's percentage was higher 71 percent.

So how does this affect your search engine optimization efforts? It shows that you cannot afford to only concentrate onrepparttar rankings you are receiving in one search engine. Currentlyrepparttar 143638 market is dominated

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