If you are suging Hostgator you may notice a free a thing called Attracta in the special offers section.
All this does is basically build a site map and submit it to search engines.
However, it does have a directory for all submissions (YOu have to enter a description when submitted for it to be approved)
The bad news is there are a whole load of pages at PR N/A. The good news is that if your domain starts with a number, you stand a chance at getting on to the first page in most catagories (The lower the number the better chance you stand, catagories such as computers only have domains starting with up to the number 2 on hte first page, games have all numbers and even one domain begining with the letter A), which on some catagories is PR3-PR4.
I am not sure if you get this service without Hostgator, but they do offer a free trail for up to ten domains, so you could try it out! All the links are Do follow
I'm with hostgator. Whatever else you said went over my head.
However I really need to register some domains with good keywords. Can you throw some my way? Although any decent ones I find seem to be on crappy subjects I don't wanna write about anyway! LoL Anyway I'm done rambling (I'm working two jobs atm, trying to look after a baby, finish my 30dc by Saturday and turn in a uni assignment Monday.)
SO that was my longwinded half asleep way of yelling
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