Usually for speedy indexing, the article's URL is submitted to Webmaster tool then is it required that the same article be posted to yahoo and DMOZ directories.
It's not something we consider a 'must'. Every Hubber has different steps they choose to follow though. Personally, I don't do a thing!
by easyspeak7 years ago
Just curious if anyone is using article directories like ezine, xomba and buzzle to drive traffic to your hubs. From what I understand about pageranks, if I write an article for ezine, even though ezine has a high...
by sumitparihar5 years ago
can anybody tell me, do I need to submit hubpages online in any directory.Is it good to attract traffic?,If yes then can anybody name some free listing directories.I just want to know what would be the best option..
by Wayne Tully7 years ago
What would be the main features of interest for new members?I mean it would obviously have to be user friendly and free to use like other content sites, but what do you suppose are the top things that new members would...
by thisisoli6 years ago
Hi,Hostgator should have sent you a DMCA Notice regarding copyrighted content, please remove the post which contains the stolen content and contact Hostgator ASAP to prevent legal proceedings as soon as possible.Oliver...
by seohowto7 years ago
Wow. I've just found that we are listed on DMOZ! Happy:)
by dannycarrey4 years ago
After constant change of the algo - is there a point to search and add url to the SEO directories?
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