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Look for the links that say "Link aanmelden" (meaning "submit link" in Dutch)
Crash course Dutch (freely translated) below, which you'll need to be able to fill in the form that you see when following the submit links:
Uw eigen e-mail adres -
your personal email address
Naam site -
name of site
Gewenste rubriek -
Geeft u een retourlink? -
Will you return the favour with a link to us?
Binnen hoeveel dagen is deze link op uw site zichtbaar? -
Within how many days will the link to us show?
Wilt u voor het retour linken een bannertje ontvangen? -
Would you like to receive a small banner in return for your link to us?
.. appearantly they like recip links .. :)
Submit your sites to startpagina.nl and track.nl to boost your site in the searchengine ilse.nl (2nd searchengine in holland after google). Also submitting to startkabel.nl (they take all junk) and boogolinks.nl helps a lot. Don't forget that most of those webmasters (like me) only accept Dutch e-mails
Thanks for the info about other Dutch directories. Ilse used to be the biggest search engine in the Netherlands for quite some time. According to the latest data I know of they are not even number 2 anymore (Most used search engines in the Netherlands [webmasterworld.com]). As for users, it is still the biggest Dutch search engine, although the results of www.track.nl / www.kobala.nl (both using the data from Wiseguys) are usually better.
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Ilse still is more important than those others because everybody thats new to the internet uses it.
I doubt that. That used to be the case but as Ilse stopped advertising on a significant scale that's no longer the case. New users that are completely new to the Internet will stick to their ISP's and MSN and don't have a clue about Ilse. They'll probably find Google before Ilse. Even most startpagina=daughters don't gave Ilse as their default search engine.
Ilse is also pretty easy to get in to if you know the headlines of their PR.
That's interesting, could you elaborate a bit on that please?