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Your Web site or Web page(s) Must Contain Divorce Related Information!
All sites submitted are reviewed by the directory's editors. Sites, if accepted, will be listed by the site's actual
title, followed by a brief description. This description will be based on the information you provide and the
review of the web site. Sites will be placed in the appropriate category.
All sites are reviewed periodicaly. Sites in the directory are subject to changes in placement, description and
possible removal from the the directory, based on this review.
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Once your site has been spidered, it will be entered into our catalog within one week and will be
available to the approximately 80,000 visitors to Divorce Source each month. Registering your site is absolutely free.
Divorce Source, Inc. holds the right to refuse your URL submission for any reason.
Tips on Adding a Site:
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A good rule of thumb is to count on the spider traveling down one level from the page you submit.
Please do not submit webpages with these symbols in the URL: ampersand (&), percent sign (%), equals sign (=), dollar sign ($) or question mark (?). Our spider does not recognize them.
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