The VMOptions Web Directory is now including microformat structured data in qualified commercial and non-profit listings. This use of semantic data will assist users by providing detailed contact information, when available.
On November 15, 2012 the submission review fees on the VMOptions will increase by $5. Those that read this news will understand why we are increasing the review fees in an ongoing effort to maintain a quality web directory.
Effective 11/1/2011, two important changes will be made at the VMOptions Web Directory. First, the default listing sort in each category will not be determined by pagerank. Every new listing from this date forward will appear at the top of its most appropriate category if/when approved by editors. In addition to this, our submission review fees will be increased.
On 12-1-2010 our submission review fees will change. Each year we evaluate our pricing and make adjustments to better reflect our expenses. Read this article to learn what our new pricing schedule will be and the reasons for the price adjustments.
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It appears the MSN/Live Search is getting more webmaster friendly by the day. Today, Live reactivated its backlink operator.
On November 12th, 2007, MSN/Live released its Live Search Webmaster Center. Presently, it is listed as being in BETA, but they are allowing people to join as I write this article.
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