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A Quick Guide To Web Directories
By: Karl Turnbull
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  • A Quick Guide To Web Directories
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    The second thing you need to do is to choose the appropriate category where you should add your website to. You would get to your target audience better if you place your website in the right category. If not, you would not get much traffic from your possible visitors.

    The next thing is to write a good description of your website. These are snippets that would describe what your website has to offer. Description should be short and catchy. It is also a good idea to make sure to write a good meaningful description as many directories do not approve websites with bad descriptions.

    The last thing to do, which is very important and the part that is often take for granted, is to check if your link is working! You don't want to get your website URL misspelled or anything like that, hence the whole process would be to no avail.

    About The Author

    Karl Turnbull is the owner Business Directory Northeast, a free website directory that offers quality back links to webmasters around the globe. Submit your websites today!

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