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Want to add a link to your own site?
As long as your site is a free, non-profit, non-pop-up-banner, IT/Microsoft related site – send me a link with a small description of the contents of your site, and if it’s as good as you say – I’ll add it to the list.
If your site fits into a specific category that’s not yet listed (that’s not too hard, there are only 3 or 4 existing categories right now, duh) then make sure you tell me to what category you’d like me to add your site to.
Note: Only non-commercial sites, sites that have public-free information or downloadable tools (really free, not craplike-free or *free* or “click here to subscribe and then it’ll be free” crappy sites) will be listed. If you don’t fit into this category (or if you say you do but I find out later that you lied to me) you will NOT be listed here and I will add your site to the banned-for-life-list of Daniel Petri, and will make sure every visitor of this site knows about it.
Commercial sites: If you sell product(s) that are top-quality, if you have top-quality subscriber-only information, if your services are not public-free (again, if you’re having trouble in understanding the difference between “Free” and “*Free*” then read the above paragraph) – if you have a site that fits into one of these categories and still feel that you’d like to be listed here – you will have to pay. How much is negotiable, but make a mental note that this site has approximately 1,200,000 unique page impressions per month.
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