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When you're seeking out business directories to add your site to, there are many services being advertised. Some may state they are a free business directory until, once you've spent 5 minutes filling in the lengthy form (requiring your date of birth and home address!), they inform you that to submit your site for inclusion "within 48 hours", there is a fee. And that if you don't pay the fee, they may never get around to looking at your submission.
There are very few paid submissions worth your time. Add a site to every paid directory and you could spend upward of $10,000, pick just the "quality" web site directories and you'll still be looking at four figures. And what about those quality links directories? Take Yahoo for instance, each category can be so jam packed that whether you were searching for a ranking boost, Pagerank boost or just some traffic ... none of those goals will be achieved.
There are not many sites that truly fit the description of free internet directory - even ours. We require that you place our link in a trafficked place on your site. Seems only fair to us. We get lots of traffic, your listing is going to be seen and clicked on, what do you have against returning the favour? The only website directory that is actually "free" and any good is probably Dmoz ... and if you can get listed in there it would be a miracle.
Aside from trying to submit a URl to a free online directory, you could try chatting with webmasters in the same industry as you to exchange links. Not direct competitors though traffic link exchange agreements between rivals are not uncommon! Just search for "add my site" or "submit my site" along with your industry keyword and you'll find webmasters looking to set up these traffic exchanges. Just be careful and try to opt for those that follow Google Guidelines. Even a nofollow reciprocal link exchange is worth it if you get some traffic.
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