London, UK (PRWEB) August 7, 2006
The Human Ranked Directory Project (http://www.hrwebdir.org) is a new search engine and directory project where quality sites are reviewed and ranked by human editors officially announced. Started by a small community of persons, inspired by work of DMOZ (Open Directory Project) came up with inspiring idea of ranking and classifying web resources by real humans without entirely depending on search engine ranking and algorithms.
The Human Ranked Directory Project aims at creating a quality SPAM free resources on the Web, besides indirectly contributing to search engines in…
- Eliminating Domain Name SPAM
- Quality & Trusted Websites.
- MFA (Made for Adsense) and SPAM free sites.
- Original and Informative Content.
- Usability & Site presentation
Mr. Balakrishnan, as CEO and Founder of this project quoted “Many people call us ‘Ranked DMOZ’. Unlike conventional directories and search engines, when human ranked results coupled with algorithmic results would not only counter spam, but also contribute significantly in refining quality search engine results”. Gary Rosch, who works as a chief editor adds “Submitting your site for inclusion will always remain free, as long as users follow proper guidelines and suggested under suitable category”.
More information about submitting sites and guidelines can be found at: http://www.hrwebdir.org/submit.php
Human Ranked Directory Project
Email: balakrishnan *@* hrwebdir.org