Have you ever gone to a directory of links, found something that sounded useful, clicked the link, and got a “Page Not Found” error? Don’t you think it hurts the quality of the site?
We do! So we’ve instituted a new program that will run a couple of times a month to check all web links on the site. If the web URL fails on two-consecutive runs, the freelance listing will get deactivated and the freelancer will get an e-mail message indicating that the listing was taken offline until the URL is corrected.
Although this will slightly reduce the count of listings in our database, potential clients will be happier and waste less time looking for someone like you.
If you find that you’re no longer going to freelance, please take the time to remove your listing from our directory. If you haven’t signed up yet, know that we value your contribution to our directory and are working hard to create the best freelancer listing available.
On another note, sorry for the delay since my last blog entry. I’ve been swamped with consulting work lately. I’ll start posting good articles again very soon.
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