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Another DMOZ question.

Sorry about this....:-/

   
6:03 pm on Oct 1, 2005 (gmt 0)

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Hi guys,

I know i know...and i do feel sorry for the editors really i do, but like all things successful, everyone wants a piece of it :)

My problem...i submitted around 14 months ago and i know i got rejected (just before the DMOZ status forum was closed). Some kind soul even told me why so i went off and spent 3 or 4 months writing up new reviews, building original content (my income stream is about 50% affiliate based, the other 50% from providing content feeds within my market) and have also, because I'm in a fairly saturated market, earned the recognition from a leading watchdog - so i'm now one of only a handful of portals they recommend.

So i resubmitted, with fingers crossed, about 4-6 weeks ago at a rough guess. (Incidentally I'm also desperately in need of inclusion on another site for reasons i won't go into, and they only use DMOZ listings).

Anyway, I'm babbling...so i've read conflicting reports on WebmasterWorld but some suggest that old sites previously rejected can be revisited in DMOZ. Unfortunately the category i apply to has had exactly the same 27 listings (including all my main competitors) for about a year so i suspect in my area, once banned always banned or maybe the editor has moved on.

The latter potentially means someone not familiar with my market may not recognise the role of the watchdog and the status that being a "recognised" portal brings with it. Is there any way of conveying that info other than through the site description (which i tried to do within my 25 words anyway) that anyone can suggest?

Any feedback gratefully received, as always.

Many thanks,

Simmo!

[edited by: skibum at 7:14 pm (utc) on Oct. 2, 2005]

6:09 pm on Oct 6, 2005 (gmt 0)



"HA, you think THAT'S any good?

hmmmm, except I never said that. I ask you not to make up stuff about me.

non-existent directories are a dime a dozen

Yes, they are. I can prove my sites existence in a second and will, but I'll do it when I'm ready and not under provocation.

Or is your intention to get yet another thread closed down.

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