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Submitted my site twice

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Hi

I submittet my site twice, one time last year and one time earlyer this year. Sry that I can`t give the dates. But I`m pretty sure I submittet it to the Kids and Teens: Games: Online section.

My Website is (URL deleted) and got online games for kids that is releated to dress up games, paperdolls etc.

Since it's not listed yet can I assume that it's been rejected for multiple submissions?
 
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Can I submit for two or more category which are best fit to my site simultaneouly or I will have to submit to the categories with some specific time period?

Mandar Thosar
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pvgool

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No, you should only suggest your site to ONE category within K&T.
Suggesting the same site to ONE category in the "normal" DMOZ directory (outside K&T) is (atleast I think it is) allowed.
 

DesertJules

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Jun 30, 2005
mangar-seo,

As pvgool mentioned, please only suggest your site ONCE, to the most appropriate category.

Before suggesting your site to Kids and Teens, please carefully review the suggestion guidelines as the requirements for listing are a bit more strict.
 
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hutcheson

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>Since it's not listed yet can I assume that it's been rejected for multiple submissions?

No, it would not be realistic to assume that. Suggesting a site does not impose deadlines on volunteers--it doesn't force anyone to look at that site or even to work on the category. (A brief contemplation of the concept of spam will reveal why this is so, and must remain so.)

A suggestion makes it easier to find the site when the volunteers are working in that area. But nobody (not even the other volunteers) KNOWS exactly when that will be.
 
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hutcheson said:
>Since it's not listed yet can I assume that it's been rejected for multiple submissions?

No, it would not be realistic to assume that. Suggesting a site does not impose deadlines on volunteers--it doesn't force anyone to look at that site or even to work on the category. (A brief contemplation of the concept of spam will reveal why this is so, and must remain so.)

A suggestion makes it easier to find the site when the volunteers are working in that area. But nobody (not even the other volunteers) KNOWS exactly when that will be.
I have just recently gotten control of a big category and I have seen old submissions and have been working hard towards clearing the queue. So far, I've gotten a large part of the directory cleared. Over 90% of the queue of that category is processed.

Just because your site hasn't been listed doesn't mean your site has been rejected.