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Q. How come my website wasn't accepted into the index?
A. This is a common question. Please review the "tips for submission" section of the website for general guidelines and/or for clarification. It was probably declined due to:

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Q. Do I need to be the webmaster or owner of the site submitted?
A. Yes. We send out newsletters to those who have added URLs so we require submission to be made by webmasters or site owners only. In addition, you must be a webmaster or site owner to make a modification to an existing entry. NOTE: None of your information will be released to third-parties.

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Q. Can I resubmit my URL at a later date if it was declined the first time?
A. Absolutely! We strongly encourage resubmission. Again, feel free to ask us for opinions on how to improve your site enough to make it in and we'll be happy to provide suggestions.

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A. No. We do not offer preferential treatment for either status.

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A. You can submit links you believe should be awarded the Stellar Link Award to us via the feedback page. The site must be particularly compelling to get on there.

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