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New: Deep Link Submission Service


In a move that will reinforce your belief that Directory Maximizer is indeed the best directory submission service you can find on the Internet, we are rolling out our Deep Link Submission service. Deep linking, as you probably know, is an oft-overlooked method of SEO whose benefits are manifold and long lasting. You, dear customers, can now build links to your inner pages and not limit your SEO efforts to your home page – and we are going to help you do that.

We realize that in the past, we weren’t well-equipped to assist you in your deep linking endeavors, but with this new service we promise you a well-rounded directory submission experience. Before you think that this new service probably comes at a premium, let us assure you, it doesn’t! The price remains the same: 14 cents per submission (16, if you opt for our email-handling service), no hidden costs, no recurring fee. Even the submission process is the same – log in to your account, go to your ‘Add Site’ section & ‘Add’ the inner page link you want to have submitted. Then place a submission order by ‘Submitting’ the same (For a detailed, step-by-step explanation of the ordering process, click here).

We are excited to bring you this deep link submission service, and hope we can successfully aid you in enhancing your link building experience.

7 Clear-Cut Reasons Why You Cannot Ignore Deep Links Anymore!

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Why are deep links important, you ask? Before I can begin to answer that question, I need to define what a deep link is. Any inbound link that points to an inner page of a site is a deep link; it can be either internal or external. For a better part of the SEO history, deep links were overlooked in favor of the more prominent, and heretofore more “popular”, homepage links. But now that the entire SEO-realm is awake to the considerable clout they have on the SERPs, deep links are being hailed as the best SEO method to ever be.

linkThe advantages of deep linking are so patently obvious, I am surprised that it took us this long to be hip to them. By now enough SEO types have written about the mistake we make of overlooking deep links (while cooking up our SEO strategies) that what I am about to say may seem a bit redundant. However, this is my stance on this matter, when it comes to writing about the importance of deep links, redundancy is an invalid concept.

So, why are deep links important, you ask again? Let me count the ways:

1. Traffic, More Traffic!


Deep linking is your key to generating sustainable search traffic. Studies have shown that less than 20% of the search visits land on the home page, the rest land on individual pages. So engaging in deep linking can help you generate 80% more traffic than you already are.

2. Deep Links Can Build Relevance For Your Site

No matter how great the content on your site is, an ill-optimized internal linking structure and a poorly realized linking strategy will negate all the SEO-goodness your site can draw from it. It all boils down to one question: once on your site, can the user easily find what he is looking for? Does your site provide a ready answer to his search query? If you answer is in the negative, then you’ve failed to establish relevance for your site, in spite of having highly relevant content available so freely on your site. Now, if you had engaged in a spot of deep linking, either internal or external, you’d have got full points for relevance. Calibrating your links with your content is of utmost importance in building relevance, and the thing to do is to optimize your inner pages links with the most relevant anchor text. If a search query for ‘Belgian Waffles’ throws up your site in the results, then the link should be one that points to the page with information on ‘Belgian Waffles’, and not a generic link that points to the home page that contains information about, say, ‘Bed and Breakfasts’.

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How to Order with Directory Maximizer Contd.


Part II – Submit Site

In the previous post, I took you through the steps involved in the process of ‘Adding’ your site. In this post, I’ll show you how you can place a directory submission order by ‘Submitting’ your site.

Once you successfully complete the ‘Add Site’ process, you are automatically taken to the ‘Submit Site’ section. If you wish to submit sites that are already added, you can log in to your Directory Maximizer account and click on the ‘Submit Existing Sites’ button.

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Once in the ‘Submit Site’ section, follow the steps enumerated below to successfully place a submission order.

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How to Order with Directory Maximizer

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PART I – Add Site Details

Ordering with Directory Maximizer is a simple two-step process – first, add your site to your account, then submit it. Simple as they may be, these steps, especially that of adding your site, are very important, because filling in the right information is the key to the success of your links. Let me help you understand these steps better, and help make your directory submission experience better.

As most of you already know, to avail of our service, you first need to register with us. For those of you who aren’t yet registered with us, please click here to go to the sign up page. After signing up, log in to your account to begin your submission process.

Once you have logged in to your account, click on the “Add a Site” button. Here you are required to enter a few details about your site.

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Suara Timor Lorosae Web Directory

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As mentioned in our previous post, we’ll be showcasing select Paid Directories from our list, in this section. Here’s the first – Suara Timor Lorosae, a PR6 Web Directory.

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Suara Timor Lorosae is a high PageRank paid directory that has been active for almost eight years. It is a Premium Directory that targets a global, English-speaking audience, and is regularly indexed by search engines.

The image below will give you an insight into how frequently the directory is indexed by search engines like Google.
Below, you will observe that not just the homepage, but even the inner pages of the directory are regularly indexed.
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Paid Directory Submission: An Overview

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Most of you, if not all, are familiar with our free directory submission service that allows you to have your site submitted to high-quality, SEO-friendly free directories. What you probably aren’t aware of is that we also offer you the service of having your site(s) submitted to paid directories. There are many advantages of submitting to a paid directory, one of biggest being deep-linking or the ability to submit your inner page URLs, and Directory Maximizer sweetens the deal by offering its customers specially discounted prices that allows them to get submissions at prices lower than that listed in the directories – you don’t just save time, you save money as well!

To have your site submitted to the Paid Directories listed with Directory Maximizer, first log in to your account. Once (you are) in your account, click on the ‘Submit to Paid Directories’ button, as can be seen below.

Screeshot Showing How to Have Your Site Submitted to Paid Directories

On clicking the “Submit to Paid Directories” button, you’ll be brought to a page where you’ll find a list of our high PR directories that you could submit your site to, see image below.


As mentioned earlier, and as highlighted in the image above, Directory Maximizer brings you these directories at a discounted price, lower than that listed on the Directory itself!

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Beginner’s Guide to Directory Submission: 14 Tips You Can’t Afford to Ignore

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Directory Submission is probably the oldest trick in the SEO book. It is a practice that dates back to a time before even the search engines (I call it the BSE era; I know, hard to imagine, but such a period did exist in the Internet past).  Its real potential was understood and utilized only after the advent of search engines and there was even a period in its long and eventful history when Directory Submission was considered an almost mandatory SEO practice by experts everywhere, a period when directory submissions alone could go a long way in getting a site to the top of the SERPs.
Successful Directory Submissions

Of course, when big players like Google began to get smarter and (even) bigger, the focus shifted a little to other methods and tactics. Regardless of that, Directory Submissions remains very prominently in the SEO picture, continuing to be the SEO method of choice for millions of website owners.

From SEO veterans with years of experience to new-to-SEO website owners, a host of people with varying levels of expertise turn to Directory Submission everyday, because they all realize that they have to first take the baby steps and be steady on their feet before they can make the giant leaps. Directory submissions are those baby steps, the ones that will place them firmly on the path to SEO nirvana.

Over the years, as is the case with anything enduring, it has come under fire for its effectiveness, or lack thereof (according to some), but my money’s worth is the fact that Directory Submission has continued to hold its own and is relevant even today, in what I call the Twitter Age, alone is a testimony to its effectiveness.
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Many of us forget or fail to consider just what Directory Submission involves and how it can best aid our SEO efforts – indiscriminately submitting a site to a bunch of directories will hardly prove to be effective or helpful. There are numerous factors to consider before you submit to a directory – questioning the efficacy of the method if you can’t bother to follow procedure is unfair; and follow procedure you must. Smarter search engines, tougher-than-ever competition, innumerable new directories and ever-changing SEO trends have made it crucial that directory submissions are done with utmost care and any possible help from experts.

I’ll stay true to my role and do my bit to help you with your directory submission efforts. Listed below are the basic dos and don’ts to consider while submitting to a directory, follow them to make your directory submissions more effective.
Directory Submissions Tactics

1.    Submit only to directories that are recognized/indexed by search engines.  Don’t submit to a directory that uses the ‘rel=no follow’ attribute for a link, this will prevent search engines from accessing your site from that link.

2.    Ensure that the directory has a well-organized category structure. Submit your site to the most relevant category. Sites submitted to inappropriate or unrelated categories may be rejected or removed.  Category in Directory

3.    Read and follow the directory guidelines before you begin the submission process.

4.    Include your target keywords in your anchor text, but don’t resort to ‘keyword stuffing’.

5.    Keep track of your submissions. Document your work for future reference, as directories don’t accept duplicate submissions.

6.    Try to use the domain email while submitting your site. This increases the chances of approval.

7.    Use relevant long-tail keywords instead of popular, head keywords as your anchor text/title. The competition for head keywords is very high; it is nearly impossible for a new site to rank high for such keywords. Instead use niche or specific long-tail keywords and key phrases.

keywordsE.g. “handcrafted lace dresses in Georgia” instead of “dresses”, if you have a site promoting a store in Georgia that sells hand-crafted lace dress.

8.    Have as many titles and descriptions as possible. This will allow you to target multiple keywords in your anchor test and also eliminates the possibility of search engines disregarding duplicate titles and descriptions.
E.g. “Hand-Crafted Lace Dresses In Georgia”, “Lace Dresses In Georgia”, “Hand-Crafted Lace Dress” and “Dresses In Georgia” are some of the titles you can use, for the same site promoting a store in Georgia that sells handcrafted lace dress.

9.    Keep submitting to directories from time to time – do not stop. You need to show Google and other search engines that you are serious about your site and its rankings.
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