Directory Submission Made Easy

By On January 10, 2011 • Link Building, Search Engine Optimization Comments (3)

Directory Submission is a good SEO submission method. Positioning your product to directories where people might look into is important. Any form of submission and listing in link building could add up on your links. So we listed the following directory submission techniques in case you need it. Use this on searching for submissions related to your keyword.


Google Advance operators for Directory Submission.

keyword + “submit site”
keyword + “submit url”
keyword + “intitle:directory”
keyword + “intitle:resources”
keyword + “directory list”
keyword + “inurl:list”
keyword + “intitle:list”
keyword + “inurl:directory”
keyword + “inurl:resources”
keyword + “add url”
keyword + “submit url”
keyword + “suggest url”
keyword + “suggest a url”
keyword + “submit site”
keyword + “submit a site”
keyword + “submit your site”
keyword + “add a url”
keyword + “add a site”
keyword + “add listing”
keyword + “add your listing”
keyword + “submit a listing”
keyword + “submit listing”
keyword + “submit your website”

Just don’t forget to search for the most relevant category on searching for directories. You don’t want your healthy food supplement site be listed on shopping listing.


Jayson Bagio is the lead strategist of SEOteky. A digital marketing team from Manila, Ph who specializes in content marketing and link building. Get in touch with him using the contact form on the side or by visiting the about page. You can also follow him on twitter & google+.

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3 Responses to Directory Submission Made Easy

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  3. Pierre Angela Cruz says:

    Thank you dito sir Jayson! :)

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