Our community resource website is an online list or catalog of websites. That is, it is a directory on the World Wide Web of Texoma businesses. Historically, directories typically have listed entries on people or businesses, and their contact information; and we can see that these directories are still in use today, but on the Internet. A web directory or what we like to call a community resource website includes entries about business websites, including links to those websites, organized into categories and subcategories. In addition to a link, each entry may include the title of the website and a description of its contents. In most business web directories, the entries are about whole business websites, rather than individual pages within them (called “deep links”). Local business websites are often limited to inclusion in only a few categories.
There are two ways to find information on the Internet: by searching or browsing. Business web directories provide links in a structured list to make browsing easier. Many business web directories combine searching and browsing by providing a search engine to search the directory. Unlike search engines, which base results on a database of entries gathered automatically by a web crawler, most web directories are built manually by human editors. Many web directories allow site owners to submit their sites for inclusion and have editors review submissions for appropriateness for the directory.
Entries may be listed for free, or by paid submission (meaning the site owner must pay to have his or her business website listed). We have provided a free listing, and if the business owner wants to have more information about the business listed, there is a paid version of the listings. There is also an opportunity to place ads on the website directory or pay for a featured listing.
Don’t Get Left Out Of This Directory And Lose Business!