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Where do you submit to MSN?

Is there an alternative to the Cost per click..

     
6:45 am on Aug 8, 2002 (gmt 0)

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Hello Everyone

Is there an alternative to the Cost per click platform currently hosted by MSN. Is there not a once off fee similar to other directory submissions?

Please assist me with the following thanks..

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8:59 am on Aug 8, 2002 (gmt 0)

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yes paid submission using looksmart
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if you can be bothered to do the quiz, ZEAL seams to work for non commercail sites.
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Pay Inktomi to get in the "web pages results".
2:15 pm on Aug 8, 2002 (gmt 0)

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Hi

Thanks for all your replies...
Trigger: IN the US domain for MSN i.e msn.com they seem to only offer a 0.15c/click with a minimum of $150 balance.

Are you sure that you can submit via Looksmart it will be listed in the Ms directory?

Thanks

Ryan

2:22 pm on Aug 8, 2002 (gmt 0)

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Search for "webmasterworld" on:

Looksmart [looksmart.com]

MSN [search.msn.com]

See, the same description on MSN as on L$. Means that it must come from a L$ listing.

So, yeah we're pretty sure that you will appear in MSN with a L$ listing.

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Hay ryan who the heck is trigger :) sorry I was getting my $ mixed up is a directory fee, $ is PPC

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Sorry, I meant Tigger but spelled it Trigger.

Thanks I thinnk I get what you mean and thanks Rumbas what you are saying is that if I submit it via Looksmart (for 149 pounds) the listing will occur in both msn.co.uk and msn.com?

Is that right?