This one seems simple enough until you start to get everyone�s different definitions of a quality site.Here are a few things that are not quality: Made for ad-sense sites, mirror sites, links that land on doorway pages, sites with pop ups, sites that re-direct, sites that won�t let you leave and any spam sites.Quality sites have content and/or tools relevant to the niche they serve that is unique, informative and visitor�s value.
The Submission Rules are there for a reason. If you read them prior to submitting it could mean the difference between getting accepted or rejected.
Write a description for your website that is unique and relevant to the content of your site. Unique means unique and not the same one you have used on the previous ten submissions. Unique content will give your link more weight. You�re right, this does rule out automated submissions.Keep the wording simple and don�t use sales jargon. Do use proper grammar. You can use a few in context keywords but don�t stuff it with keywords or use capital letters out of context. Again, use proper grammar.
Ex: Our business is called Deep Link Directory with a url of DeepLD.com then a good title for the link would be "Deep Link Directory".A bad title for the link would be �directory, dir, deep, deep link directory, link directory, link dir, link, deep link.� That is not a good link title that is keyword stuffing.
There are usually several categories within a web directory that your website could fit into. Make sure to choose the one that most closely relates to the content of your site. For example, if you have a web directory and it only accepts links on a pay for review basis, that site should be listed in the paid directory category.