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    my site records show the following visited my site. //dmoz.org/editors/editcat-unrev2.cgi last night
    Anyone have clues how soon a listing may show up if the editor has approved. I cant see it listed in any search there.
    WW :confused:

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    WW,

    DMOZ editors are an interesting bunch [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img] [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img]

    Some of them are responsive and responsible, and others ... well [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_wink.gif[/img] , I have seen on one of my sites the next day ... on another ... no response nor listing, and yet on another, 4 weeks after the visit :eek: :eek: :eek:

    I'd try to contact the category editor to get specific feedback :cool:

    Haiko

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    Thanks. I'll try to act patient and see if it goes in.
    So far only real search I can find myself on with any significznce is Lycos. Will keep pounding away on others.

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    Warrior,

    Try getting some links set up with people that already have been listed in google, yahoo, dmoz, etc. That is the best way for seartch engines to find you.

    I did everything I could to get them in the "front door", but as soon as I started linking with other sites, googlebot, etc. started crashing in the back door and read all my stuff.

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    salmonangler 24/Aug/2001
    01:26:22 GMT [Published in Recreation/Outdoors/Fishing/Directories from Recreation/Outdoors/Fishing (unrev)]

    So it's published already [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_smile.gif[/img] Allow up to 6 weeks to get the listing copied to the Google directory though, other directories take variable lengths of time.

    Incidentally, DMOZ editors will almost never tell you that your site has been published.

    Oh yes, the search function on DMOZ is sometimes a day or two out, you might find the site listed in the cat but not yet searchabke,

    [ 08-28-2001: Message edited by: Dynamoo ]

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