A Web directory is a static listing of Web links, usually built up by human editors. Directory links are usually described in a short paragraph, and categorized by subject. The Open Directory you are using right now is an example of a Web directory. This category lists general interest directories in English or multilingual, including English.
Human edited directory, featuring web sites organized in relevant categories.
Internet web directory founded in 2005, providing a comprehensive collection of websites from around the world.
Offering mostly hand-picked listings of websites sorted into topical categories.
Organized by topic general and blog web directory, offering marketing related articles and readings.
Internet web directory organized by topic. A local, UK, and blog directory featured as well.
A directory of sites selected for good content, design, navigation, and absence of pop-up ads.
Provides a wide range of categories and resources. How-to guides, webmaster tools, marketing related articles and blogs are available as well.
Categorized sites, newsgroups and webrings covering general and specialized topics.
Web directory with an A-Z category list and a blog section.
Sites classified by the activity the user is aiming at, providing a natural language search interface.
Directory started by former go.com editors and maintained by contributors who pay a membership fee. Includes an image search and updated news.
General and business web directory, featuring hand-picked resources, a regional section and a blog.
Provides a vehicle through which website owners can get exposure for their websites and promote their websites through paid listings.
Human-edited directory of paid listings categorized by topic.
Offers a professionally edited Internet directory, organized by subject.
Links on various topics, mostly focused on computers and Internet.
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