Directory Submissions - the other way to high rankings heaven
Optimizing key pages and keywords for high rankings is certainly a necessary task in the SEO process, but directory submissions are becoming another very important SEO tool. By using directory submission services, site administrators, webmasters and copywriters can create individual and directory specific descriptions and submit them to all the major Internet directories.
Rewriting or redesigning a website is not always possible and/or cost-effective. Internet directories like DMOZ, Yahoo! and Zeal can still help sites achieving high rankings with carefully written and correctly submitted site descriptions, without going through major writing and design overhauls.
However, each search directory has different submission rules and, once a site is listed, it is generally very difficult to change the listing for a better one. That’s why it is fundamental to get it right the first time: Webnergies has years of experience submitting to search directories. We know how to create descriptions that utilize all your important keywords and phrases and at the same time respect the submission rules. Search directories are not automatic pieces of software: they are maintained by editors that have the power to change, shorten and rewrite your descriptions. Staying within the submission criteria and at the same time being able to include all the key information you need to be ranked high in the directories is a delicate balance that we know how to achieve and master.
Directory submissions are available as a stand-alone service or as part of our Search Engine Optimization package.
Directory submissions include:
- Research of the most effective keywords and key phrases for your site;
- Writing of directory descriptions that specifically address the different submission criteria;
- Category research to guarantee the listing in the most appropriate site category for each directory.
Our fees for this service may vary, according to the number of directories, listings and if there are submission fees to be paid (it’s always the case for commercial sites in Yahoo!).