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My Directory Checklist (http://www.seobook.com/directorylist.xls)
PR Web press releases (http://www.prweb.com)
Report spam to Yahoo!
(http://add.yahoo.com/fast/help/us/ysearch/cgi_reportsearchspa
m)
Search Engine Watch (http://www.searchenginewatch.com)
Thumbshots search engine and ranking comparison tool
(http://ranking.thumbshots.com)
Usually time spent reporting spam is time wasted, but you can
report spam to Google
(http://www.google.com/contact/spamreport.html)
Yahoo!?s advice on robots-nocontent
(http://www.ysearchblog.com/archives/000444.html)
Some Notes
? Search for your target keyword on each of the major engines. Do the
results heavily overlap? Which results are the same across many engines?
Which ones are different?
? Practice searching the link profiles of a couple top-ranked websites. Try
the Google ?link:www.site.com? search for a page. Next try Yahoo!?s
?link:http://www.site.com? search for a page. Notice how much lower the
Google link count is than Yahoo!?s.
? Try Yahoo!?s ?linkdomain:www.site.com? to see how many links point to a
site on the whole. Perform the same query again, but then place
??site:www.domain.com? at the end of your search query. This will show
you how many external links point at a page.
? Look at Archive.org to see how old the top five sites in Google ranking for
your primary keyword are. If they are more than a year old, it is going to
take a while to catch them in Google unless you have a much better
holistic marketing strategy.




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