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Here are a couple tips before you start submitting your site to these directories...
Don't expect to get much traffic from the directories themselves. That's not what this is about. It's about getting those links! The more links you can get from high PageRank sites to yours, the higher you'll get ranked in Google's listings.
Every directory you submit to will ask for a short description of your site. Make sure you use your top keywords strategically throughout your description.However, you'll need to use a slightly different description for each directory you submit to. It'll make these links seem more authentic in the eyes of Google.
Now on to the directories!Here's a list of paid directories you should think about submitting your site to. If you do, you're sure to see a boost in your rankings, in a relatively short period of time:
Yahoo! Directory- dir.yahoo.com- $299
Best of the Web-www.botw.org-$69.95
Uncover The Net-www.uncoverthenet.com-$49
Librarians Internet Index-www.lii.org-FREE
01 Web Directory-www.01WebDirectory.com-$49
This Is Our Year-www.thisisouryear.com-$24.95
Although this isn't the cheapest way to get quality links to your website, it's definitely one of the fastest. And the extra traffic you'll get from a good ranking with Google will easily pay for your investment!Here are two final parting comments I want to leave you with:
Make sure you do your keyword research and pick the right keywords to include in your descriptions when submitting to the directories!The "right" keywords are the ones that send you visitors who are highly likely to buy your product. If your keywords don't attract qualified traffic, you can have a #1 ranking and still not make a penny.
Make sure your site is properly optimized for those keywords, using all of the strategies we teach in our Search Marketing Lab.If your site isn't optimized for your keywords, Google still won't include you in its rankings for those keywords -- no matter how many paid directory links you get. And it would be a shame to spend all that money on links for nothing, wouldn't it?