DMOZ/ODP

by admin on May 4, 2011

DMOZ or the Open Directory Project (ODP) is known as a well-known as well as largest online directory. It lists 5 million net sites in different groups. The mission is usually run by volunteer moderators whom look at websites which can be suggested plus they benefit from alternative methods to find web pages that are worthy of being indexed. It is a vastly used perception that staying indexed by the ODP will be advantageous to a webpage for the search positions in the various search engines. It’s not identified the amount of great benefit this offers and if it can, exactely how much advantage there does exist. Due to this perception webmasters are extremely keen to have their sites listed and make a variety of unfounded statements pertaining to DMOZ if they can never get ranked.

For more, see:
Why does Google use DMOZ?
What is DMOZ? Understanding DMOZ
How not to get a site listed in DMOZ
How to get a forum listed in DMOZ
Do I need a listing in DMOZ to rank well in Google?

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