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I have a site near completion, and have done the standard (free) submissions - but I want to know if there is any way to help promote a non-profit organization through the SE's.
Also, what are the se's that put a major weight onto click-pop?
Thanks for the info - in advance
we work on the basis of keeping it simple...getting the mark up really sharp so that the spider mostly sees content...and then it's stick to a good solid basic set of submissions and hammer away at getting links
so far nobody has refused to list us (at least not after I've replied to a stock refusal) and we haven't paid for a single listing
Url's, such as the one posted, by pushpendra, is advertising of SEO capabilities, this is an SEO forum, in which every one debates, and gets info, ads are not aloud, unless pertinent to a discussion, and viewed by the mods and admin as such.
Ditto to both Agerhart and Eric's comments.
If a non-commercial site, you should be able to get it everywhere, hence go for LS.com and partners listing, Yahoo, ODP, google, fast and the rest in the relevant language.
However, the keyword competitiveness, may require a good linking strategy, and a well designed site, in terms of browser universiality and navigational / thematic structure.