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This category is for listing sites that have content covering the entire state. If your site only deals with one particular city or area, please submit it to the appropriate County or Locality.
This category is for sites dealing with arts and entertainment for the state of Kentucky. Includes sites for artistic, cultural, and entertainment activities, events, institutions, and organizations.
Most sites should be submitted to a locality. See the list of localities under the name of this state. However, some business listings may be accepted at the state level under certain conditions:
  • Businesses with multiple offices or locations spanning several metro areas.
  • Business clubs or associations drawing members from the entire state.
Depending on the type of company, some sites should instead be submitted to Arts and Entertainment, Travel and Tourism, or a Business and Economy sub-category. Compare existing listings for best results.

Tips for Faster Acceptance:

  1. Site title should match the name of the business of organization or entity.
  2. Description should be factual, avoiding promotional language and unnecessary capitalization.
This category is for companies and business groups with locations in several metro areas of this state, as well as links to similar sites at other geographic levels. This category is generally broken down into sub-categories.
Most sites should be submitted to a locality. Sites which may be listed at the county level include:
  • Businesses with multiple offices or locations in a county.
  • Clubs or associations drawing members from the entire county.
  • Governmental, scientific or environmental sites concerned with more than one locality in a county.
Each county under this master heading may contain sites in topical sub-categories as well as links to other geographic categories.
Most education sites should be submitted to a locality. Navigate to the list of localities under the name of this state to find the correct locality. However, schools with campuses in more than one metro area in a state may be submitted at the state level. Colleges and universities should submit to the appropriate sub-category at http://dmoz.org/Reference/Education/Colleges_and_Universities/North_America/United_States/ .

Tips for Faster Acceptance:

  1. Location must be shown, preferably by address or local phone number.
  2. For title, submit actual name of the school or company.
  3. Make description factual, avoiding promotional language and unnecessary capitalization.
  4. Compare existing listings for best results.
Primarily for links to similar categories at lower geographic levels, but may list schools, training institutes and educational resources with locations in more than one metro area in this state, as well as links to colleges and universities with campuses in more than one metro area in this state.
For sites concerned with state-level government in this state on subjects such as laws, taxes, regulatory commissions, law enforcement, and emergency preparedness. Also for official sites for elected officials, to include U.S. senators and Congressional representatives from this state and Federal judges whose district lies within this state as well as officials elected at the state level. Campaign sites should be submitted to this category instead: Society and Culture/Politics/Candidates and Campaigns. Compare existing listings for best results.
For sites concerned with state-level government in this state on subjects such as laws, taxes, regulatory commissions, law enforcement, and emergency preparedness. Also for official sites for elected officials, to include U.S. senators and Congressional representatives from this state and Federal judges whose district lies within this state, as well as officials elected at the state level.
This category is primarily for links to counties and metro areas listing general interest guides and directories, but may accept similar sites concerned with the state as a whole. Single-topic sites belong in other categories. For example, dining guides go to Business and Economy/Restaurants and Bars, hotel guides to Travel and Tourism/Lodging, and lists of businesses to Business and Economy/Directories.

Tips for Faster Acceptance:

  1. Location must be shown, preferably by address or local phone number.
  2. Format title as Hostcompany:Subject, where the subject would generally be the name of the state.
  3. Make description factual, avoiding promotional language and Unnecessary Capitalization.
  4. Compare existing listings for best results.
Includes general interest online guides and directories specific to the region; those that are specific to a particular topic should instead be placed within the appropriate topic subcategory within the region.
This category is for doctors, care providers, hospitals, dentists, optical, chiropractors, mental health, alternative medicine, nutrition, fitness, pharmacies, conditions and diseases, consultants, emergency services, local health employment, and health-related associations and professional groups. Most sites should be submitted to a locality. Listing at higher levels is allowed for companies with multiple locations spanning several localities or counties, and for clubs or associations drawing members from a broad area.

Tips for Faster Acceptance:

  1. Locations must be shown, preferably by address or local phone number.
  2. For title, submit actual name of the practice, company, hospital, clinic, or individual practitioner or sole proprietor.
  3. Make description factual, avoiding promotional language and unnecessary capitalization.
  4. Compare existing listings for best results.
For links to counties and metro areas in this state listing sites for health, fitness, and medical concerns, and for the listing of such sites representing multiple locations in more than one metro area in this state.
No sites should be submitted directly to this category. Instead, find the locality where a site is based from this list, and submit the site there.
Each locality under this heading may contain sites in topical sub-categories, as well as links to other geographic categories.
This category is primarily for links to other geographic levels but may accept submissions for maps, photographs, live web cams, or satellite imagery covering all or most of this state.

Tips for Faster Acceptance:

  1. Area represented must be specified in text found on the site.
  2. Format title as Companyname or Hostcompany: Subject, where subject is the general area represented.
  3. Make description factual, avoiding promotional language and Unnecessary Capitalization.
  4. Compare existing listings for best results.
For sites offering visual representations of the entire state such as maps and photographic images of characteristic scenes, as well as for links to similar categories at other geographic levels.
Most sites should be submitted to a locality. Sites which may be listed at metro level include:
  • Businesses with offices or locations in multiple counties spanning the metro area.
  • Clubs or associations drawing members from the entire metro.
  • Governmental, scientific or environmental sites concerned with a multi-county area.
Each metro area under this heading may contain sites in topical sub-categories as well as links to other geographic categories. As used here, each metro area is defined by its included counties, a way of grouping the state's counties into sub-state areas. Agreement with metro area definitions supplied by the U.S. Census Bureau is neither implied nor intended.
Media sites are generally listed by service area, so many should be listed at county, region, or metro level. State-level listing of radio and television companies would be limited to those covering more than one metro area within the state.

Tips for Faster Acceptance:

  1. Service area should be indicated by map or text.
  2. For title, submit masthead name of newspaper or magazine, or for broadcast media, the call letters followed by frequency or channel number, for example WZYX-FM 102.
  3. Make description factual, avoiding promotional language and unnecessary capitalization.
  4. Compare existing listings for best results.
This category is for media such as newspapers, magazines, radio and television stations with a service area covering more than one metro area within this state, as well as for links to similar categories at other geographic levels.
This category is for activities such as baseball, basketball, bicycling, birding, boating, camping, crafts, fishing, football, gambling, golf, hunting, martial arts, scouting, skiing and soccer as well as hobbies such as games and model trains. Some business sites such as boat dealers should instead be submitted to Business and Economy. Most sites should be submitted to a locality. Listing at higher levels is allowed for companies with multiple locations spanning several localities or counties, and for clubs or associations drawing members from a broad area. Compare existing listings for best results.

Tips for Faster Acceptance:

  1. Locations must be shown, preferably by address or local phone number.
  2. For title, submit name of the company, league, or group that is the subject of the site.
  3. Make description factual, avoiding promotional language and Unnecessary Capitalization.
  4. Compare existing listings for best results.
Primarily for links to similar categories at other geographic levels, but may list sites on hobbies, sports and participatory recreational activities drawing participants from all or most of the state, or concerned with the state as a whole.
Only those sites with a regional focus should be submitted to this category.
There is currently no description created for this category.
For sites concerned with the natural environment of all or most of the state, as well as scientific institutions and companies with multiple locations statewide. Subjects include wildlife, lakes, and research studies.

Tips for Faster Acceptance:

  1. Locations must be shown, either by address or local phone number of the sponsoring institution or company, or by indicating the place where the site''s subject is found. Sites on large natural features may be more appropriate at county, region, or metro level.
  2. For title, submit name of sponsoring institution or company, site subject as it appears on main page, or both, separated by a dash.
  3. Make description factual, avoiding promotional language and unnecessary capitalization.
  4. Compare existing listings for best results.
For sites concerned with the natural environment of this state as a whole as well as those for scientific institutions and companies with multiple locations throughout the state, and for links to similar categories at other geographic levels.
Submissions to this category should focus on the communities of Kentucky.

If your site is not statewide in focus, please submit to the appropriate region, county, or locality category.

If your site focuses on a specific community, please submit to the appropriate category for that community.

This category is for listing sites that concern the make up of the local community: its people, its history, and resources and institutions that serve the people. Subjects include religion, clubs and lodges, reunions, women, men, seniors, kids, teens, activism, alternative sexuality, genealogy, and personal home pages.
Primarily for links to sites at other geographic levels offering information on ways available to move people including roads and streets, buses and railroads, ride sharing and mass transit, airports and airlines, taxis, limousines, and car rentals. Sites dealing with the transportation system of this state as a whole may be listed here. Sites dealing with freight and cargo should be submitted to Business_and_Economy/Industries, or to an appropriate sub-category if available.

Tips for Faster Acceptance:

  1. Location must be shown, preferably by address or local phone number.
  2. For title, submit actual name of the company or governing agency maintaining the site.
  3. Make description factual, avoiding promotional language and unnecessary capitalization.
  4. Compare existing listings for best results.
Primarily for links to sites at other geographic levels offering information on ways available to move people including roads and streets, buses and railroads, ride sharing and mass transit, airports and airlines, taxis, limousines, and car rentals.
Please do not submit links that contains information pertaining to a specific locations within Kentucky. These submissions are more appropriately submitted to local or regional categories. This category is for links that contain information or services provided statewide or in multiple regions. Links that are not statewide or multi-regional will not be accepted.

Hotels and motels, resorts and inns, vacation rentals, parks and attractions should be submitted to the locality where they are physically located. To find the proper locality and submit there, navigate to the list of localities found under the name of this state.

Note: Each lodging facility may receive one listing. Multiple submissions of the same or alternate URLs can result in being banned from the directory.

Primarily for links to categories at other geographic levels as well as for resources such as statewide tourist guides for visitors.
For sites dealing with weather over the state as a whole, and for links to similar categories at lower geographic levels.
Weather is the state of the atmosphere at a given time and place, with respect to variables such as temperature, moisture, wind velocity, and barometric pressure.
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