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adamcmoran

1:22 pm on Jul 1, 2002 (gmt 0)

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I would imagine this has been discussed a number of times, so apologies for asking again. But I am a little confused with the submit your site on Yahoo. You used to be able to submit a site to the UK specific catergories for free, which it looks like you can still do now but I am confused. It says "non commercial sites" does this mean that you will only get into Yahoo for FREE if you are a charity, non profit making organisation? If anyone can clear this up it would be appreciated.

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Adam

Brett_Tabke

1:29 pm on Jul 1, 2002 (gmt 0)

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That's right Adam. It is a judgement call by a yahoo reviewer what constitutes a "not for profit" type site. Submit, and take your shot.

2_much

11:26 pm on Jul 2, 2002 (gmt 0)

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Adam, my experience is that Non-Commercial means that the site doesn't sell anything. I've had sites listed that are not from non-profits but contain solely information about a product or topic. This has worked well for me.

adamcmoran

8:38 am on Jul 10, 2002 (gmt 0)

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"It is a judgement call by a yahoo reviewer what constitutes a "not for profit" type site. Submit, and take your shot." I took my shot and they have very kindly listed the site. They also did not take long in doing so, only about 2 - 3 months, which in my experiences isn't too bad.
I am glad I saved the $299 which I can now spend on something else.

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