Top 10 Web Directories

I wanted to start the new year off with an article about the best value top 10 best web directories. Every year the landscape changes. In years past it was all about the Page Rank. Today, there are many other variables which send the right signals to Google. In today’s world, cost of listing a site in a directory is an extremely important consideration- and there are some good values if you watch for them. The least expensive listing in this list is $5 and the most expensive is $25, and these are pretty solid sites. You can list in all of them for about $128, a little less if the promo codes work. These are also listed, below.

In this article I balance SEOMOZ Page Authority, Alexa Rank, Page Rank, Price, and other web directory significance factors into the value. I do not own, nor do I have any financial interest in these web directories.

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So, let’s begin.

10. This web directory has an SEOMOZ Page Authority Rank of 71/100, Alexa of 15,362, Page Rank 5, and charges a one time fee of $25.

9. I like this web directory for a number of reasons. It has a great Page Authority of 81/100. Alexa 24,915. Page Rank 4. A regular web directory submission is $7.99, and a featured listing is $25. I like the value for the featured one.

8. This web directory is a very good one. Page Authority is 84/100. Alexa of 13,999. Page Rank 5. A regular listing is $7.99 and a featured listing is $22.95 a year.

7. Page Authority is 73/100, Alexa of 14,553, and a Page Rank of 5. A one year listing is $14.95.

6. Page Authority of 64/100. The Alexa ranking is 27,857. Page Rank of 3. Listings are $10.90 for a regular listing, and $19.90 for a featured listing.

5. The Page Authority rates 75/100, Alexa rank of 22,856, and a Page Rank of 5. Listings are $15.90 for a regular listing and $29.90 for a featured listing. Coupon code of retailmenot11 may discount the price.

4. Page Authority of 67/100. Alexa of 19,753. Page rank of 4. Listings are $15.

3. Very good web directory with a Page Authority of 72/100, Alexa of 19,929, and a Page Rank of 5. Listing options are $14.90 for a regular listing, and $28.90 for a featured listing. Coupon code of retailmenot11 may save a few dollars.

2. Page Authority of 72/100, Alexa of 21,432, Page Rank of 3, and a featured listing for $9.95.

1. Here is my top value web directory. Page Authority of 62/100, Alexa of 28,609, Page Rank of 5. And a featured lifetime listing for only five bucks!

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