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Submit Edge recap

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A few weeks ago, I wrote a post about Submit Edge directory service. I decided to give them a shot, since a few friends/associates seem to be using them as well.

My initial test was with a single web site (store front type of site). It was showing some decent potential in earnings, but not well indexed in the search engines. I figured I would see what I could do with this site and improve it’s overall ranking as well as specific keyword ranking.

I purchased the 200 directory submission service package – 7 days plan. It took exactly 7 days for me to get the report. The report was very nice, breakdown of directory and PR related to that directory. They also created a gmail account which they use as the submission email. Logging into this account, I verified that they did indeed submit to the directories listed. Some of the directories denied the listing, but the majority of them accepted the listings.

Now we’re a few weeks after the submissions, and I’m starting to see backlinks being indexed (mostly in Yahoo). Turning on my SEO Elite, I can run a few reports, and verify that some of the directories are being indexed with my link there, as well as increase on keywords that I used when I submitted the site to those directories.

I think the service is a absolute bargain. $25 dollars to submit to those directories saved me a lot of time, and I’m starting to see some results. I’ll continue to monitor this domain, but will be submitting a few new Amazon store sites next and see if I can kick start some traffic and increase keyword rank. Overall, thumbs up on this service!

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