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paid submission
is it worth it?
davidku




msg:223515
 4:27 pm on Jun 8, 2003 (gmt 0)

if i pay for ATW submission, do u think worth it? so far my experience with inktomi is great but teoma, not much success. anyone tried ATW?

 

angiolo




msg:223516
 8:35 am on Jun 9, 2003 (gmt 0)

I think that if you have good link-popularity you do not need to pay, but you have to wait about two months.

heini




msg:223517
 9:03 am on Jun 9, 2003 (gmt 0)

First you will have to look at your market. How much exposure will ATW give you in your market?
Here's some answers:
[webmasterworld.com...]

Second: what exactly are you trying to achieve with the PFI listings? If you just want your site to be present for branding and overall exposure in ATW, Lycos, etc, I would indeed get good links and wait for free inclusion.

There are some scenarios where PFI makes sense IMO.
- Frequently changing content, time sensitive information
- New site, in need of a jump start
- large db driven sites, with tons of product pages (xml feeds)

If it's a regular small to medium e-com site, I would think about paying only for interior pages, mony makers. The "image" pages, like homepage, about-us, etc I would not pay for. In my experience those pages will get indexed for free sooner or later.

davidku




msg:223518
 12:13 am on Jun 10, 2003 (gmt 0)

Great. I better save my money for Inktomi then. Thanks.

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