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suggest reading up at http://spider-food.net If they want to hire someone- the owner of that site would be a possible place to start.. warn the client that there are many sharks/scams in this area.. Some clients of mine have spent lots of money on things that either didn't work- or worse; actually got their rankings penalized... any possible they come up with (first- toss out ANY who they found thru spam)- I'd suggest doing a google.com search on their business name and domain name, and the same at groups.google.com the search in groups may turn up possible problems others have ...

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    suggest reading up at http://spider-food.net

    If they want to hire someone- the owner of that site would be a possible
    place to start..

    warn the client that there are many sharks/scams in this area..
    Some clients of mine have spent lots of money on things that either didn't
    work- or worse; actually got their rankings penalized...

    any possible they come up with (first- toss out ANY who they found thru
    spam)- I'd suggest doing a google.com search on their business name and
    domain name, and the same at groups.google.com

    the search in groups may turn up possible problems others have had.
    It may also turn up that use outdated methods, like hundreds of bait pages.
    It may also turn up that they aren't listed too high in the search engines
    themselves....
     

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    Dana:

    None of them are worth it. Submit to Google yourself. Let it go at that!
    8) All the rest of the engines buy hits from Google anyhow....

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    Worth getting Dmoz'd too......

    http://dmoz.org/

    Cheers
    Sinclair


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    Great - This is what I suspected, but it's nice to have the feedback from
    all you TRUE professionals!

    I've done Google and the Open Directory for them and will leave it at that!

    thanks-
    Dana
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    On Wed, 6 Aug 2003 14:17:51 -0400, "Dana E." <net>
    wrote:
     

    In addition to the other discussion, you may want to read
    http://www.google.com/webmasters/seo.html.


    Gary
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    In article <bgrk0g$sjh$macromedia.com>,
    com says... 


    Who are obviously out of work

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    Hi Dana,
    Good advice from others as well, but I'll chime i here as well.

    My first stop is to find a couple of relevant directories at www.dmoz.org
    and submit.
    Google as well as a few other SE's feed off dmoz.

    You can then add the url to google for the heck of it - it doesn't hurt.

    As for Yahoo - wow - haven't been there for a while. It's like a maze,
    finding the right category to submit to only to find that the category is a
    "pay only" one. Very frustrating :\

    If you read the fine print at some of the SE sites, you will see that even
    if you do pay, there is no guarantee of a high placed listing. Better to do
    it yourself, charge the client for your time and repeat after 6 weeks if you
    see no results.


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