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Free submission to MSN
Is there such a thing?
bpresent



 
Msg#: 86 posted 3:31 am on Jun 10, 2004 (gmt 0)

All my sites from a few months ago and older are well and truly in MSN (and being clobbered) but I'm wondering how I get new sites in without subscribing to Overture.

Is it simply a matter of linking to them from existing sites and / or getting listed in other indexes and / or directories?

[I have not had the opportunity to test the theory yet - about links - but wondered if anyone else had noticed symptomatic behaviour.]

 

bpresent



 
Msg#: 86 posted 4:21 am on Jun 10, 2004 (gmt 0)

I just found this in an old post

[submitit.bcentral.com...]

Thr URL is still active (and it says it goes to Inktomi) but does it do any good to submit with this?

Marcia

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Msg#: 86 posted 4:13 pm on Jun 10, 2004 (gmt 0)

It'll accept the submission, then you'll get to a page that lists bCentral services. A chat screen will pop up with an offer to speak with a sales rep to help you.

You can also submit for MSN through Yahoo's free submit, but there you have to sign in with a username and after submitting one URL you'll be presented with a page describing their other paid services.

Still free, but they're both like a pre-sales warmup.

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