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How to Use Web Directories to Qualify Links | Pole Position Marketing #SEO #ContentMarketing #SocialMedia

How to Use Web Directories to Qualify Links | Pole Position Marketing #SEO #ContentMarketing #SocialMedia

The hardest part of link building is finding high-quality sites to reach out to. If you do a search using a search string, you’ll usually get a mixed bag of high-, medium- and low-quality sites—which means you’ll have to spend valuable time link prospecting to separate the wheat from the chaff. Fortunately, high-quality web directories have hand curated thousands of quality sites (and organized them by category for us). Just head to any of these directories: Yahoo! BOTW JoeAnt AllTop DMOZ And search for your category. Then use the Scrape Similar extension for Chrome to grab the results. And bingo! You have a list of high-quality link targets. Use high-quality web directories to search for high-quality link targets. [tweet this ] This tip, and 19 more, can be downloaded in one PDF .

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