V V Nagar, Gujarat, India (PRWEB) December 7, 2006
SEO company Inetzeal (http://www.inetzeal.com) has launched a new delayed manual submission service for Web directories. The “slow” submission service provides added benefits to website owners over all-at-once and automatic directory submissions, by avoiding the risk of submissions to irrelevant directories and link submissions being viewed as search engine spam if inbound links accrue too quickly.
The new delayed manual submission service offered by http://www.inetzeal.com not only avoids these issues but provides added benefits, such as only submitting to search engine friendly directories and directories with a higher Google Page Rank. With this service, website owners will have their site’s URL added to 520 directories over a course of four months (65 submissions every 15 days). This manual submission service provides both general and niche directory submissions, hand-picked based on the niche of the client’s site. The $ 145 price is low for the industry, and the time saved by the client versus doing the same manual submissions on their own is verified through the release of 8 reports over the campaign, detailing the work done and directories submitted to. Sample progress reports are available at inetzeal.com.
Even with SEO rules changing frequently and varying between major search engines, there’s one constant: inbound links can play a significant role in increasing a site’s search engine rankings. While inbound links can be acquired in a variety of ways, one of the most common is Web directory submissions, where a website is listed in its appropriate category to be browsed by users. In an effort to secure directory links to their sites, webmasters often use automatic directory submission software or hire directory submitters to add their link to a large number of directories at one time for fast link-building.
Both of those situations carry problems. Automatic directory submission software can’t always place a link in the most relevant category, and many directories ban automatic submitters. That means there’s a greater likelihood of submissions being rejected. The problem with hiring a directory submitter for a one-time submission campaign is that getting too many incoming links too quickly can be seen by some search engines as spam, meaning you hurt your chances at an increased ranking despite the added incoming links. Using a delayed manual submission service, such as the one offered by Inetzeal, prevents these problems and increases the chance of a client’s site being added to a greater number of directories.
For additional information about Inetzeal’s delayed manual directory submissions, or any of Inetzeal’s SEO and link building services, contact Manish Mathukiya at 91-2692-229008 or visit http://www.inetzeal.com.
Inetzeal (http://www.inetzeal.com) is a search engine optimization company specializing in directory and article submissions for link building. Other SEO services offered include blog posting and forum posting, both to help clients maximize inbound link potential to improve search engine rankings. Inetzeal was launched in January 2006 by Manish Mathukiya.