29 Jul '16, 9pm

Are Site Directories Still Relevant?

The good directories are no follow links so if your doing it for helping with ranking its pointless. It maybe worth it if it brings you traffic but to be honest most people tend to use google now for finding companies not directories so traffic will be light at best.

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