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Does anyone have any opinions on what Yahoo's criteria is for good organic placement. They seem to be quite different than Google and MSN.
Thanks

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Is Yahoo! even a search engine?? I thought they were only a directory, in which case searches would tend be much more literal. I could be wrong though. Heck, I probably am.

Does Yahoo! have anything similar to Google's Webmaster Tools perhaps? I tried doing a quick search and couldn't find anything about Yahoo! submission criteria. I just kept ending up at random posts on answers.yahoo.com that weren't very valuable everytime I searched.

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If you have got the keyword in your domain name and get few thousand links to your domain, you can rank good in Yahoo.

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If you have got the keyword in your domain name and get few thousand links to your domain, you can rank good in Yahoo.

Thanks. How would you recommend the best way to get a few thousand links in a white hat manner fairly quickly?
Best regards

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Is Yahoo! even a search engine?? I thought they were only a directory, in which case searches would tend be much more literal. I could be wrong though. Heck, I probably am.

http://search.yahoo.com/search?ei=utf-8&fr=slv8-msgr&p=yahoo&type=

Does Yahoo! have anything similar to Google's Webmaster Tools perhaps? I tried doing a quick search and couldn't find anything about Yahoo! submission criteria. I just kept ending up at random posts on answers.yahoo.com that weren't very valuable everytime I searched.

Note really like Google' Webmaster but you can set a feed back you your site and add even folders one by one
http://siteexplorer.search.yahoo.com/
:)
or you can chick this one it might help you
http://developer.yahoo.com/search/siteexplorer/


Thanks. How would you recommend the best way to get a few thousand links in a white hat manner fairly quickly?
Best regards

Dear 2bu yes you can do that just search for "Free directory submission" in Google or Yahoo
hope that helps

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