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Recently I found that the PFIs found new sites even if they were not on DMOZ. I had always thought until now that Dmoz was necessary to get onto the PFIs, and was pleasantly surprised to find that even while languishing in the unreviewed queue at DMOZ, a site could still get included elsewhere
I now rank #2 on ink for the most important keyword, and I never paid. My site is over 50,000 pages, but only 40 of those are indexed. My site's been online since 96, and the position seems very stable. Links are clean and clear, but ink never went deeper than the 40 pages.
A few things worth mentioning:
- The site changed name 4 years ago, but ink never updated the name. Even though it obviously has fresh _content_ which shows in the results, the title is still the old site name.
- I released a foreign language version of the site recently, and never added the url, and ink crawled more than 250 pages.
Can anyone tell me how I get the rest, the over 49,000 pages indexed? - preferebly without paying.
If I paid to to have 5-10 pages indexed, would this make inktomi go deeper?