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How can I check all available expired domain names that already in DMOZ ?

Discussion in 'ODP / DMOZ' started by mbavn, Jan 11, 2012.

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    Someone tell me that backlinks from DMOZ are important in SEO, and I want to buy a domain that already in DMOZ but expired to get that backlinks, How can I check all available expired domain names that already in DMOZ ? thank you.
     
    mbavn, Jan 11, 2012 IP
  2. joeventura

    joeventura Well-Known Member

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    Have you read anything in this forum. Links from DMOZ have been worthless since last year
     
    joeventura, Jan 11, 2012 IP
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    Anonymously Well-Known Member

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    Don't waste your money, having a listing in DMOZ is not guaranteed, if the site changes hands and nature, expect it to be dropped.
     
    Anonymously, Jan 11, 2012 IP
  4. joeventura

    joeventura Well-Known Member

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    Yes because the DMOZ have another secret database that monitors the WHOIS data and when it changes one of the remaining editors comes up from the dungeon and deletes the site from DMOZ.

    They also go back through the 1 million categories and check each sight to make sure the nature of the site does not change. These are the same 1 million categories that haven't had entries added to certain ones since Clinton was President!!

    Go buy those sites, no one is going to notice or change anything.

    There are a gazillion entries and not enough editors to review each site once in 20 years!
     
    joeventura, Jan 11, 2012 IP
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    Qryztufre Prominent Member

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    Many editors actually do check for that on many sales sites (like here on BST). Those sites are often deleted, or at least put back in the queue for re-review.
     
    Qryztufre, Jan 12, 2012 IP
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    joeventura Well-Known Member

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    Define "Many" in direct relation to total listings on DMOZ?

    The chances of an editor going back to 1 of the 1,000,000+ listings and doing the research on whether the site was recently bought or sold is what??

    Again, Go buy up those sites that have DMOZ listings if you think that is worth a damn (it's not) the chances of someone dropping the listing are slim to ZERO
     
    joeventura, Jan 18, 2012 IP
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    Anonymously Well-Known Member

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    Save your money, for once,Q is spot on right. Bots do the work and throw them out for editors to check and that means not listed until an editor checks to see what has happened. Not long ago saw a complaint of someone who had bought a site, it got de-listed and they wanted to complain to DMOZ!!!
     
    Anonymously, Jan 18, 2012 IP
  8. joeventura

    joeventura Well-Known Member

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    Once upon a time there was a .........

    These are known as DMOZ Fairytales. The magical bots and the scores of editors that work through millions of submissions.
     
    joeventura, Jan 19, 2012 IP
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    joeventura Well-Known Member

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    It's Over Johnny!
     

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    gworld Notable Member

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    You should tell them that the payment was only valid for one listing and when it changes they should pay again. Great idea to increase senior editors income, well done. :)
     
    gworld, Jan 20, 2012 IP
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    i just got one of my pages listed at dmoz.. is it really true that the value of such listings are no longer any good? Cause ive heard o an update comming from dmoz now and it appears they want to come back into the game.
     
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    holkapolka, Jan 20, 2012 IP
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    jimnoble Well-Known Member

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    The update of the back end to DMOZ 2.0 took place in 2010 :)
     
    jimnoble, Jan 21, 2012 IP
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    joeventura Well-Known Member

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    Congratulations to all the people who got their sites approved this year! Both of you!!
     
    joeventura, Jan 22, 2012 IP
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    joeventura Well-Known Member

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    DOS 3.3 to DOS 5.0
     
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    photofox Active Member

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    No. The upgrade to the backend hardware/software that took place in 2010 was significant to say the least.
     
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    gworld Notable Member

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    It is a proof that you can have the latest hardware/software but humans are still capable of make it to fail miserably. :)
     
    gworld, Jan 22, 2012 IP
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    joeventura Well-Known Member

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    More like 10 years...
     
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    You should tell them that the payment was only valid for one listing and when it changes they should pay again. Great idea to increase senior editors income, well done
     
    alex222, Feb 29, 2012 IP
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    So, it was a useless effort, that we should not do.
     
    ksuarsana, Mar 1, 2012 IP