View Full Version : Submitnet anyone? experience w/ this company?
10-21-2003, 09:31 AM
Im considering using submitnet's free trial, but wanted to check with the clergy here before I went any further.
Here is the link for the trial Im referring to:
Does anyone have any opinions or anecdotes about their service? Are they reputable?
I do not feel you should use anything lke this, even if it's free. A quick submit for $19. I don't think so...
The only time I use any auto subs, is if I can unclick ses that I don't want them to submit to, and let it submit to minor sites that really don't make that much diff. I do manual subs to anyone I really care about.
In the middle column under multisubs you'll find "free web submission". Unclick aeiwi, goog and exactseek (do manual subs to these) and let er rip. It's the only one I use for auto subs.
Then go to the left column of usnet and do subs to anything you didn't catch in the multi sub. You can also use the list above the multi sub form. They have a few more right here:
as well as regional ses and dir here:
All the above is free and for what it's worth, really does not take that much time if you really give a damn about doing things right.
Paying for submissions is always a bad idea and a waste of money, in my opinion.
10-22-2003, 08:54 AM
Thanks for your input and the links Paul.
I appreciate your insight.
2 more things:
1) When you're ready, submit to aeiwi first. It won't accept you if somethings wrong and will tell you what the problem is. If it passes aeiwi, at least the code is clean.
2) on the auto submit, some of them will indicate failure. Click the buttons for all of them. You may have to enter some info or view an ad. 1 of them does not work at all. I don't think they're in the business anymore.