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tfranklin 19th August 2008 09:11 PM

Ezine Directories
I was wondering if anyone could comment about ezine directories and how/what to submit to them. I would also like to get ahold of a list of some of these directories.

Thanks ,


Charles Boustany 20th August 2008 08:21 AM

Re: Ezine Directories
Hi Troy
The easiest yet overwhelming is to Google it but if my recollection is right you can find all about it in day 11 of your training


YasirYar 24th August 2008 12:44 AM

Re: Ezine Directories
Hey Troy,

If you Google the words "free ezine directories" it will show you tons of ezine directories where you can list your newsletter for free.. I submitted mine to a couple of free ones, but it does take some time for them to review your submission.

Hope that helps.

Alan Mater 26th August 2008 09:52 AM

Re: Ezine Directories
One I have used is Ezine Publishers & Email Marketers Promote Their New Email Newsletter's Here For Free

I've gotten a few subscribers from them.

Hope your search goes well,


Davesbiz 27th August 2008 01:22 AM

Re: Ezine Directories
Hi Alan,
Thanks for your great advice but what url do we submit to the ezine directory? Customers can enter their email on my home page. When they have entered their email etc. the screen goes to a long "thanks" url that includes the customers email address. Should I just submit my home page to ezine directorys?

Alan Mater 27th August 2008 06:25 AM

Re: Ezine Directories
Hi Dave,

If you have a squeeze page you could submit that URL. Or, you could just provide the email address that people can send a blank email to for them to sign up. Your home page would work as well, just provide on the instructions where the form is located.

Hope that helps,


Phil Jacobson 27th August 2008 07:14 AM

Re: Ezine Directories
Free Ezine directories mean you have to filter out all the rubbish ezines yourself. you get what you pay for and if you pay nothing, sometimes but not always you end up getting nothing.

The best one around is probably Charlie Page's Directory of Ezines. I've got a lifetime membership myself and use it a lot.

Alan Mater 27th August 2008 07:42 AM

Re: Ezine Directories
Charlie Page's Directory of Ezines is by far the best resource in finding directories to advertise with. I have a lifetime membership as well. If you have at least 500 subscribers, I think that's correct, then you can submit your ezine to his list.

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