I recently acquired a portfolio of six established website link directories with excellent traffic and authority rankings. I am now in the process of making a few modifications and setting standards for any future links that will be approved to post on these sites. I have gradually emerged in the web-traffic niche of Internet marketing with S.W.A.T. Traffic (manual traffic exchange), S.W.A.T. Prospector (RSS Aggrigator, My Ad Success (text ad exchange), Viral Traffic Revolution (viral advertising and training site), Web Traffic Answers.net (paid website traffic generator), and now the link directories. So traffic generation and list building remain as the cornerstone to the service side of my business.
The website directory model has been a source of curiosity for me for more than a year now, but before I jumped in and created or acquired a site I wanted to make sure that directories where still relevant in the ever changing world of SEO and Page Rank. So, I did a little homework and I thought it might be interesting to share a few authoritative opinions as I prepare to re-launch my directory network. My objective is to build a network of directories that measure up to a very high standard and actually benefit the sites that are listed.
Here are a few opinions: