Directory Submission

Directories are categorized listings of links from around the web. Many, many directories exist and vary in their methods of getting your link posted on them. They provide a great source of quality inbound, one-way links. We have 1200 SEO friendly list right now. We have partnership with few best SEO directories webmasters to provide best directory submission service.

Role of directory submission-

Directory submission is one of the most important thing to do when you are link building. It is an assured way to get solid one way links back to your desired domain or sub domain.

As you embark on your linking program, always remember to make sure your hold on your URL is extremely tight.

Most directories have human editors and frown severely on multiple submissions, however if you have a big site with multiple categories, you can place your subcategories as sub domains and submit in different sections of the directory. For example, if you have a web site that has one category on Windows programming (software) and another on networking (hardware), if you divide both into different sub domains, you can put one sub domain under "software, Windows programming" and the other under "hardware, networking." It will not be considered spam since the two URLs cover separate topics. Note however that for branding purposes it is always best to have one web site which covers one topic, and in case you run into an overly strict "volunteer" editor, it is sometimes better to submit just one URL to a directory from your site.

Directories want to offer a service. If they are good at listing, they get traffic; if they are bad, they don't. They need relevant listings. This is why some people find it hard to get listed; a lot of sites try to get listed on unpaid directories without being relevant. This will definitely make directory submission hard.
Your directory submission should be done when your website is fully functional and ready for viewing. Some advise that it should be done once your domain name is registered, but then there will be nothing for the humans to review. You must have finished building the basics of your site before you submit your URL for approval.

Complete your site before submitting it to be listed. All the pages should have content and all the links should be live. Even if it is only a one page site, everything should work. Once the site actually has content on it, even if it is drab copy, it will almost always get listed.
Note that the content on the site should be "relevant" to the section you are listing under. Once your site actually exists (and not just the domain name) and the content is relevant to the category you picked, all that is left is for you to use the right forms for describing your site and the right titles and voila! YOU ARE IN.

How to write descriptions-

It is best to keep descriptions brief, cold and detached -- no superlatives, instead of writing- "best Windows programming site in the world!" try -"offers Windows programming information, tutorials, and resources for beginners to advanced." This is a pretty good description.

The point is that you are generating one way back links. And the editor looking through your application may not feel inclined to list you if you stuff spammy keywords into your description. The absolute best thing to do is read the guidelines of the very strictest directories out there and model ALL your work after that.

Note that it is a good idea to have several different descriptions and titles (anchor text) for the various directories to which you submit. If you do not want to overwork your imagination you could write five different descriptions and anchor texts; this could help with the amount of key words on which you are competing.

This is all general advice on submitting to a large volume of directories quickly.