over the past months ive bookmarked a lot of sites with hundreds of directories. Say I went through and tested 20-30 a day and started making a list. Would a list of 250+ free directories and say like a system of marking them if they accept websites and blogs or just websites be helpful to people and get rated decently ?
I can make the hub just wasn't sure it there was one similar already or if people would even care for a hub like that.
There are hundreds of web pages like that on the internet already, and probably a few dozen hubs. How or why would your page be different?
(I'm not saying you should or shouldn't make your Hub, I'm just asking one of the most important questions anyone should ask themselves before making any Hub)
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