Use "Directory" + [Local Area] to Find Local Directories

Mar 24, 2008 • 9:48 am | comments (1) by twitter | Filed Under Link Building Tips & SEO
 

A WebmasterWorld member asks how to find local directories for link building purposes.

One member suggests that you search with "directory + [your local area]" on Google or Yahoo to find some really targeted local directories.

There are also some great paid directories including Best of the Web's regional directory and Yahoo's regional directory, both of which are subscription-based models.

How do you find quality link directories?

Forum discussion continues at WebmasterWorld.

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Comments:

Josh Garner

03/24/2008 03:12 pm

I would put a shameless self promotional link in here on a post I did recently, but I don't want to spam it up in here. I do think the term "quality" needs to be defined before you can even start to search for something. Are you looking for PR, traffic, etc.? The answer to that question will determine what metrics you will consider for your quality score.

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