9 High Ranking Directories You Probably Didn't Know About (w/ Free Submission)

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Hey Guys - Just thought i would share this small list of Directory goldmines out there for you to add to your Directory submission lists~ all are 100% free & will help provide some serious link juice!

Enjoy




The List:

Ellys (PR 5)

Afavor (PR 7)

Abacus (PR 3)

A1 (PR 5)

9Sites (PR 4)

AbiLogic (PR 5)

Amray (PR 4)

Bhanvad (PR 5)

Shopreg (PR 1)
#directories #free #high #ranking #submission #w or
  • Profile picture of the author agmccall
    how much traffic are you generating from each of these directories

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    "9 Directories Soon To Be Inundated With Spam"
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    • Profile picture of the author DABK
      Not soon, already. 9 Directories Overtaken by Spam.

      Originally Posted by @tjr View Post

      "9 Directories Soon To Be Inundated With Spam"
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  • Profile picture of the author satrap
    Originally Posted by tacitinc View Post

    .. all are 100% free ...
    I went through the first 2 sites in your list and both requiter payments. One of them does actually offer "free" listing but requires a backlink.
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  • Profile picture of the author irawr
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    just throw

    Code:
    "Powered by: php Link Directory"
    "powered by PHPLD"
    "Powered by WSN Links"
    into scrapebox and get a fresh list yourself.
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    • Profile picture of the author tacitinc
      Originally Posted by irawr View Post

      just throw

      Code:
      "Powered by: php Link Directory"
      "powered by PHPLD"
      "Powered by WSN Links"
      into scrapebox and get a fresh list yourself.
      I have not used scrapebox in many years - wouldn't mind throwing ya some change for you to run me a list though? If possible shoot me a PM brotha thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author paulgl
    Originally Posted by tacitinc View Post

    Hey Guys - Just thought i would share this small list of Directory goldmines out there for you to add to your Directory submission lists~ all are 100% free & will help provide some serious link juice!

    Enjoy
    First of all, you have no clue as to the PR of a webpage.

    Second, the reason nobody "knows" about this list,
    is because like all lists of this nature, it's junk.

    I know of at least 3 places to buy $5 Rolex watches.
    Like I'm going to post them because nobody knows
    about them?

    Pure junk.

    I cannot believe anyone with any brains and even
    a smidgeon of SEO knowledge would ever be
    thankful for, let alone use, this junk.

    Complete waste of time.

    Paul
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    • Originally Posted by paulgl View Post

      First of all, you have no clue as to the PR of a webpage.

      Second, the reason nobody "knows" about this list,
      is because like all lists of this nature, it's junk.

      I know of at least 3 places to buy $5 Rolex watches.
      Like I'm going to post them because nobody knows
      about them?

      Pure junk.

      I cannot believe anyone with any brains and even
      a smidgeon of SEO knowledge would ever be
      thankful for, let alone use, this junk.

      Complete waste of time.

      Paul
      His heart was in the right place though.
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    • Profile picture of the author tacitinc
      Originally Posted by paulgl View Post

      First of all, you have no clue as to the PR of a webpage.

      Second, the reason nobody "knows" about this list,
      is because like all lists of this nature, it's junk.

      I know of at least 3 places to buy $5 Rolex watches.
      Like I'm going to post them because nobody knows
      about them?

      Pure junk.

      I cannot believe anyone with any brains and even
      a smidgeon of SEO knowledge would ever be
      thankful for, let alone use, this junk.

      Complete waste of time.

      Paul
      I appreciate your little and loud complaint Paul, that was cute.

      However I seem to have trouble remembering when sharing directories hurt anyone? Just because you see no relevance does not mean others cannot benefit from them
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      • Profile picture of the author konradbraun
        Alright, I'm surprised no one has asked this: Who still submits to directories? Aren't directories a thing of ancient SEO?

        Didn't they get replaced by social bookmarking sites?

        I remember owning a handful of directories some 10 years ago. In fact, back then you could throw a directory script up on a domain with PR and people would buy them for fortunes. It was nice (selling them that is) while it lasted.

        I happen to be very successful at SEO but haven't wasted/spent a minute on them in (probably) a decade. Not saying that to brag nor to be a douche, but am honestly curious: Anyone here who actually crushes it with SEO still use directories? Curious how Google truly looks at them.
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      • Profile picture of the author DABK
        I have a way to get on 2000+ directories with the click of a button.

        Years ago, I clicked the button and a few days later, my pages moved up in Google.

        I clicked that button 4 months ago... nothing's happened yet.

        I, therefore, say there's no benefit from directories... (maybe there are some directories that help... but I don't know them).

        So, how do YOU benefit from directories? Or were you just being cute in your reply to Paul?

        Originally Posted by tacitinc View Post

        I appreciate your little and loud complaint Paul, that was cute.

        However I seem to have trouble remembering when sharing directories hurt anyone? Just because you see no relevance does not mean others cannot benefit from them
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        • Profile picture of the author tacitinc
          Originally Posted by konradbraun View Post

          Alright, I'm surprised no one has asked this: Who still submits to directories? Aren't directories a thing of ancient SEO?

          Didn't they get replaced by social bookmarking sites?

          I remember owning a handful of directories some 10 years ago. In fact, back then you could throw a directory script up on a domain with PR and people would buy them for fortunes. It was nice (selling them that is) while it lasted.

          I happen to be very successful at SEO but haven't wasted/spent a minute on them in (probably) a decade. Not saying that to brag nor to be a douche, but am honestly curious: Anyone here who actually crushes it with SEO still use directories? Curious how Google truly looks at them.
          Again it is always going to depend on your niche. For example straight PPC sites may not benefit from the kind of diversity directories can provide when done correctly, as opposed to lets say a cb niche review site, which in my opinion are the ones who benefit most from article marketing (then & now). I am not spending any absorbent amount of time on it by any means -


          Originally Posted by DABK View Post

          I have a way to get on 2000+ directories with the click of a button.

          Years ago, I clicked the button and a few days later, my pages moved up in Google.

          I clicked that button 4 months ago... nothing's happened yet.

          I, therefore, say there's no benefit from directories... (maybe there are some directories that help... but I don't know them).

          So, how do YOU benefit from directories? Or were you just being cute in your reply to Paul?
          haha Well that certainly is a linear way of looking at how to do a test to see whether or not something is still effective or not....
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          • Profile picture of the author DABK
            It is a good way to test whether mass submitting to random directories works.

            Every now and again, I do something that worked again. For as long as it works. When it stops working, I say it stopped working. Sometimes, I draw broader conclusions.

            Once upon a time, I used to write 10 articles, submit each one to ezinearticles.com and 9 other ezines and I'd be #1 or 2. Then, about once every 2 months, I'd write another article and post it on another 10 ezines.I was #1 for ab machine and #2 for ab machines doing that. One day, I noticed that my technique got me only to the top of page 2. And I didn't stay there long.

            I still rank with articles... But I changed what I do with them... Linear or not, it saves me a lot of headaches, money and time.

            Originally Posted by tacitinc View Post


            haha Well that certainly is a linear way of looking at how to do a test to see whether or not something is still effective or not....
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  • Profile picture of the author Hafeez
    Be careful! directory submission is getting out from GOOD SEO practice.
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