Site submission to DMOZ

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srbhattarai
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Site submission to DMOZ

Post by srbhattarai »

Friends,

I have been trying to submit my site to dmoz from quite a long period of time. But could not succeed. I have already submitted my site 3 times at 4 months of interval but couldn't succeed. Any solutions to it?
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Post by Sinoze »

There is no Solution..
Do it again and again..
I have been trying to submit in there for 1 year and I gave up.

One of my friend submitted and got approved in first week :evil:

But it doesn't matter to me anymore.

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Post by cssgeek »

Yeah I was telling someone else on the forum, just like the guy said above keep trying but only once a month. Check back to see if its been listed and if not wait 3 weeks to a month and resubmit.
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Post by None »

I think DMOZ directory is good but not more useful because it's guidline is very tuff.

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Post by moo baa »

The most important thing is to follow the guidelines which surprisingly very few people even bother to read them.

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