Open Web Directory, free submissions!

Posted on Thursday, May 17th 2007 3:53 pm by menj in Directories

The Open Web Directory has been around for some time but it was not promoted heavily due to the lack of Google PageRank at the time. With the recent Google update, Open Web Directory now has a Google PR4. So I am inviting those who are interested to submit their links to the web directory, it will help your backlinks and push your website rankings in search engines.

The best part of this deal is that I am making the reciprocal and regular links submission free. Yes, you heard me right. Free. However the featured link listing will be a paid link at $5 per link. All links are permanent links, so even if you decide to buy the featured link, its only a one-time fee of $5.

So submit your links to Open Web Directory today!

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    • Hayden says:

      July 19th, 2012 at 10:36 pm

      I have been getting around this by downloading all of the website directory’s files from the remote web site to my Frontpage directory, but I’m afraid this round about approach could cause some problems. Also I would like to be able to open files in my own _private folder while I am viewing the website online. How can I get the “permission” that IE 7 says I don’t have?

    • Superman says:

      July 26th, 2012 at 6:34 pm

      When I’m at school and I want to navigate to a folder I usually just type in the directory and find it that way e.g. c:xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.exe but for some reason my new Win7 has been pre set to automatically open in google chrome and never searches my actual files. Please help (and I know how nooby this sounds but I have never had to deal with this before.

    • LN13 says:

      August 1st, 2012 at 5:43 pm

      I’ve opened an online retail store selling Billiard, Dart & Poker equipment about 2 months ago. I’ve been implementing just about every online marketing techniques including directory submissions. My web-store is http://www.BustyBilliardsOnline.com. Please feel free to check out my store & leave any feedback that you may have including any suggestions on how to boost my sales. Thanks.

    • kevindiking67verizonnet says:

      August 1st, 2012 at 6:55 pm

      Hi

      im making my own website, but i want to know if i can make it visible without paying money. Does the open directory project site…http://dmoz.org/ have anything to do with getting my site on a web browser?

      If anyone can help that would be great

      thanks

    • Shay H says:

      August 3rd, 2012 at 5:33 pm

      Is it just me or when you go to http://www.google.com, the page is black?

    • Chris R says:

      August 4th, 2012 at 10:43 pm

      I’ve opened an online retail store selling Billiard, Dart & Poker equipment about 2 months ago. I’ve been implementing just about every online marketing techniques including directory submissions. My web-store is http://www.BustyBilliardsOnline.com. Please feel free to check out my store & leave any feedback that you may have including any suggestions on how to boost my sales. Thanks.

    • MentallyCryppled says:

      August 7th, 2012 at 6:32 pm

      The ODP was started back in the late 90s as an alternative to the Yahoo! directory. A distributed group of volunteer editors manually categorize Web sites and maintain an ontology. The data is available for browsing using a category tree at DMOZ.org. A file containing all the data is also available.

      I’m curious how people are using it today. Are you currently using the ODP? Do you use it to find Web sites? Do you submit Web sites? Do you use the RDF file?

    • mendhak says:

      August 7th, 2012 at 7:41 pm

      Recently while browsing a free wallpaper website, I accidentally got to know every wallpaper is hosted in the same folder. The directory ( folder ) was not open to accessed anyone (403 Forbidden). is there any way to download all the folder contents.

    • PIE BOY says:

      August 13th, 2012 at 3:42 pm

      I have a small, but great utility web directory site(http://homepage.kgbinternet.com). What makes it unique is that it is open source, and only collects and retains useful web site entries. How I can let others see its great value for their online life?

    • Big Banger says:

      September 6th, 2012 at 6:28 pm

      I noticed that most of Java websites own two different Google PageRank for “/” and “index.jsp” home page URLs. Here my first question is that why do we have two different pageranks for both urls when both relate to one page (homepage) – second question is that how can we make sure that each url (/ and index.jsp) has similar pagerank.

    • United says:

      September 15th, 2012 at 9:04 am

      Ive just done a hell of a lot of backlinking and was wondering how often google refresh there Pr’s?

    • sean says:

      October 5th, 2012 at 12:31 pm

      – need practical simple to use tips
      – please do mention URLS of sites if you mention them
      Added:
      – yup I know that free is less quality than paid!
      – my first couple of sites has great content and presently have a rank of 4/10 and 3/10 respectively
      – my new site is still sitting at 0/10 – it has quality content and an interactive community and quite a lot of visitors (a few 1000 per day), but the PR doesnt budge!

    • Brendan O says:

      November 15th, 2012 at 3:42 am

      I built a new website that helps people get good deals and the service is free. How would I get the word out to the public for free? Its a local website for our city.
      the website url is http://www.portlandsauto.com

    • altair says:

      November 30th, 2012 at 4:22 am

      The website is nothing big, I just want to have a lot of viewers. Don’t answer forums like myspace or blogger, though. I know that stuff.

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